“It’s an honour to have been asked to take the lead such a significant and sobering experience,” says Evan Wile, as he leads a procession of TransCanada employees on a walk to honour military veterans. “Service members sacrificed a great deal for us, and to lead this group who are tak
There’s a piece of pipeline equipment about the size of a small briefcase that is more symbolic than you might think. As natural gas is pushed through the pipeline during normal compressor operation, the “two-stage supersonic ejector” captures emissions of methane – a potent greenhous
Who offers a safer workplace – a pipeline company or a bank? The answer might surprise you. This is just one of the many interesting facts you’ll find in the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association’s (CEPA) inaugural safety report, focused on our industry’s recent performance and efforts
TransCanada produced another strong quarter in 2015 as its asset base performed well and the company achieved important advancements on several of its growth projects. In their Q3 update to shareholders released this morning, TransCanada executives reported that over the past nine mon
In some instances, Tribal monitors burn sage before going to work on a project. A personal essay by Calvin Harlan, Tribal engagement lead, Indigenous Relations U.S. As TransCanada moves ahead in implementing its Indigenous Relations Strategy with the many Tribes it interacts with, var
Every employee and contractor is integral to TransCanada’s industry leading safety record, and is required to express any concerns about safety or quality so that these can be investigated and addressed appropriately. The National Energy Board (NEB) has concluded its investigati
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.