TransCanada’s innovative Energy East Pipeline Project crossed a key milestone today, with the filing of the offical Project Description with the National Energy Board (NEB) of Canada. The filing is the first step in the formal regulatory process for TransCanada to receive the necessar
Nathan Williams spends a lot of time around pipeline construction sites these days. But he’s not just spending idle time there. He’s one of three Alabama-Coushatta tribal monitors playing a key role as TransCanada builds the Houston Lateral, a 48-mile (77-kilometer), 36-inch diameter
It was a warm, calm evening in northeast Texas, perfect for a celebratory feast of venison, corn, beans and an array of berries and nuts. Fire embers faded and people made their way to bed in their nearby mud and straw huts while dogs chewed contentedly on discarded bones. The scene w
Greg Matte, thinks of Canada’s veterans every day, not just on Remembrance Day. That’s because he is a retired Brigadier-General and the National Executive Director of Helmets to Hardhats Canada – an organization that helps retired and transitioning active-duty military members
Safety is the No.-1 priority at TransCanada. Making sure the Keystone XL Pipeline is the safest pipeline built to date in North America is something we take very seriously. From going through the most exhaustive environmental review for a cross-border pipeline project in the history o
Growing up in soggy Southeast Texas, Joe Penland saw firsthand what a struggle the oil and gas industry faces moving heavy equipment through the perennial muck that covers much of the low-lying countryside. An ironworker by trade, the young Penland watched as gangs of 30 and 40 worker
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.