Following through on our commitment to being a leader in responsible energy development, TransCanada launched its interactive 2013 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report during Canadian Environment Week last week under the heading Building a Successful Business into the Future M
TransCanada held its Annual General Meeting at the Calgary Roundup Centre on Friday, May 2, where CEO and President Russ Girling detailed the company’s asset strengths over the past year and the strong current and future financial position. TransCanada live-tweeted the event and
John Adams is at the start of something big. He is a foreman at Hardisty Terminal, which is where TransCanada’s Keystone Pipeline originates and has safely delivered 600 million barrels of oil to Steele City, Nebraska since it began operation in July 2010. The outstanding dedication o
At TransCanada, we are dedicated to improving the quality of life for people in the communities where we operate and are proud to work toward this objective with other business leaders. Collaborating through organizations, such as Business Roundtable, major North American corporations
The last week has been a challenging one for many communities in southern Manitoba after a fire broke out on TransCanada’s pipeline south of Winnipeg last Saturday morning and 3,600 homes and businesses were left without natural gas during the coldest days of winter. As the pro
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling joined his counterparts from Canada’s five largest pipeline companies on June 5 to discuss the role of leadership in enhancing the industry’s safety record. The CEOs were participating in the National Energy Board’s annual forum on safety in
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.