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Texas Volunteers Confront Uncertain Silo Situation

Boilover in Nicaragua Dies Unchallenged

Williams Fire & Hazard Control was ready, willing, and able to extinguish the aftermath of a crude oil boilover in Nicaragua that left two 150-foot diameter storage tanks in flames.

October 1, 2016

Trouble in Trinidad

Engine room blast aboard a propane carrier proves tricky for Williams F&HC

January 1, 2014

Epic Oil Spill Pushes Fire Protection Limits

Epic Oil Spill Pushes Fire Protection Limits

An oil slick that spread across thousands of miles of the Gulf of Mexico drew upon two of the leading names in industrial fire protection — Williams Fire & Hazard Control and Wild Well Control.

April 1, 2011

Port Neches, Texas: Jan. 11, 1974

Port Neches, Texas: Jan. 11, 1974

On Jan. 11, 1974, Les and Dwight Williams joined forces in Port Neches, Texas to fight their first big storage tank fire as a team. The results made history, but not the way that firefighters had hoped.

January 1, 2011

Nebraska City, Nebraska: Jan. 23, 2002
Norco, Louisiana: June 7, 2001

Norco, Louisiana: June 7, 2001

Years of preaching and preparation about dealing with jumbo large-diameter storage tank fires was put to the near ultimate test on June 7, 2001 just outside of New Orleans. Nobody looks forward to an event like this, but for Dwight Williams and Williams Fire & Hazard Control, the fire was a long-awaited opportunity.

August 1, 2001

Sealy, Texas: July 24, 2000
Westley, California: Sept. 21, 1999