The fundamental role of any business is to fulfill a need for society. For TransCanada, that means delivering the natural gas that heats your home, the liquids that fuel your transportation and the electricity that powers your technology and lights the way. But after 65 years of doing
More than just energy: The communities where we operate also receive tax benefits that help pay for things like schools, roads and hospitals. What does the success of an energy transportation company have to do with you? You’d be surprised at how much it reaches you in ways you may no
TransCanada conducts emergency response exercises every year to test the speed and effectiveness of our resources and systems, and over the last three years we’ve spent an average of $900 million annually on pipeline integrity and preventative maintenance programs. So on the night of
TransCanada President and Chief Executive Officer Russ Girling shares his thoughts about our significant achievements in 2014 and the company’s priorities in 2015. TransCanada’s 2015 Annual and Special Meeting takes place today in Calgary. For more information, visit our 2014 Annual R
Across the U.S., CEOs are leading their companies to adopt effective environmental and sustainable business practices. Business Roundtable’s 2015 sustainability report details how companies are pursuing innovative strategies to create jobs, grow the economy and sustain and enhance the
In recent weeks, some financial analysts and a small group of investors have been critical of TransCanada’s current corporate structure and business strategy. Sandell Asset Management argues that the company may be worth more to shareholders by breaking up its pipeline and power gener
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.