“The Athabasca River is a protected area and by doing an HDD we were able to stay out of that protected area.” – Tim Smith, pipeline project manager, Northern Courier Pipeline Project Northern Courier’s remarkable construction wins society Project of the Year Now more than
Mobile compressor stations keep natural gas in the pipe “Over time… it became more a matter of helping the company manage our greenhouse gas emissions.” – Jim Thompson, fleet manager of TransCanada’s pulldown compressors Back in 1978 when the pulldown compressor stat
Support for the Nature Conservancy proves to be a fascinating partnership Over the lunch hour on Monday, October 17, pliers, safety goggles, gloves and mesh panels were on the menu for TransCanada head office employees volunteering with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) to help b
“I’m confident we will achieve our vision of being the leading energy infrastructure company in North America….” – Russ Girling, TransCanada President and CEO TransCanada’s Q2 results highlight industry-leading growth plan If you had invested $1,000 in TransCanada at the t
‘TransCanada is emerging… as one of the biggest beneficiaries of the country’s energy reforms’ Experts say Mexico will see a 75 per cent increase in demand for natural gas over the next 15 years. (August 2, 2016 update to this article originally published July 27: yet anot
Dream job within reach for Ontario’s Paige Williams “(The BEAHR program) was a short term program, but can lead to long term opportunities.” – Paige Williams Like many Canadian young people, Curve Lake First Nation resident Paige Williams is following her passion. She recently g
First Nation employee is proud of where she came from “I understand the challenges First Nations face and their priorities.” – Donna Semantha, Indigenous Relations engagement lead It’s been six years since Donna Semantha made a life changing decision that brought her and her fam
Newly released Corporate Social Responsibility report highlights sustainable efforts The effort is one of several examples captured in TransCanada’s just-released 2015 Corporate Social Responsibility Report. As construction on the 530-kilometre (329-mile) Topolobampo pipeline in Mexic
We are more than a pipeline company. For more than 60 years, TransCanada has been a leader in the safe and reliable operation of North American energy infrastructure, including a vast array of natural gas and oil pipelines, along with natural gas storage facilities and nuclear, wind, hydro and solar power-generation facilities.
ICYMI: Watch more than 2,000 stranded fish get back to the Bow River. https://t.co/szp2s4Y1bt Thanks again for the great day, @TUCanada1!
Thanks for the acknowledgement. We are pleased to work with @Gateway2Muskoka! https://t.co/Qckm5qo6ik
#natgas makes up what % of energy used for home heating in North America? Guess below and we'll post the answer later today! #discoverenergy