Distribution Reinvestment Plan Enrollment

Williams Partners L.P. Distribution Reinvestment Plan

Williams Partners’ distribution reinvestment plan (DRIP) is available to all owners of Williams Partners common units and offers a simple, convenient way for owners to reinvest cash distributions in Williams Partners common units.

Plan Highlights:

  • You may participate in the Plan if you currently are a unitholder of record of our common units or if you own our common units through your broker (by having your broker participate on your behalf).
  • You may purchase additional common units by reinvesting all or a portion of the cash distributions paid on your common units.
  • Common units purchased through the Plan will be at a discount ranging from 0% to 5% (currently set at 2.5%), and investors will not pay any service fees, brokerage trading fees or other charges to purchase common units under the Plan. (Note: If you participate in the Plan through your broker, you should consult with your broker; your broker may charge you a service fee.)

Plan participation is voluntary, and participation in the Plan may be terminated at any time. Carefully read the prospectus before deciding to participate in the Plan.

 To Participate:

  • Unitholders of record may enroll in the Plan online by following the enrollment procedures specified on the Computershare Investor Center website at www.computershare.com/investor or by contacting Computershare at 1-800-884-4225.
  • Unitholders who own common units through a broker should consult their broker regarding participation in the plan.

Computershare Trust Company, N.A., has been appointed to administer the Plan, and will purchase and hold common units for Plan participants, keep records, send statements and perform other duties required by the Plan.

 This Web page does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy the common units described on this Web page, nor shall there be any sale of these common units in any state or jurisdiction in which such an offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws of any such jurisdiction. The offer is being made only through the prospectus, which is part of a registration statement that became effective on September 1, 2016.