“That’s my home, and that’s my winery, and the pipeline runs right in between.” – Hugo Bonjean, Spirit Hills Winery Springtime projects pose hidden dangers It’s finally spring, and for many of us, that means planting gardens, building decks or, if you’re a successful bee farmer
On March 24, 2017 the U.S. State Department issued the Presidential Permit for the Keystone XL project, marking a significant milestone for the project. “This is a significant milestone for the Keystone XL project. We greatly appreciate President Trump’s Administration for revie
Participation is often deeply personal Bob Reed, an avid cyclist, has participated in the BP MS 150 since 2005. The two-day bicycle rally takes place from Houston to Austin, Texas, and is largest ride of its kind in North America with 13,000 cyclists riding in support the National Mul
“I have earned (my community’s) respect. They talk to me and ask me things.” – Rosa Villalobos on representing San Ignacio de Arareco Raramuri leader influences traditional roles For Rosa Villalobos – a member of the Raramuri First Nation in Mexico’s north central region –
“Everything we’re doing right now, (FERC has the ability) to process.” – Sorana Linder, director, regulated services, TransCanada U.S. gas pipelines Challenge achieving quorum not expected to impact TransCanada When former Chairman Norman Bay announced he was leaving the Federal
What started out as just a job 10 years ago quickly became a passion for Ngatai Crowchild. Although Ngatai always wanted to go back to school to pursue an education degree, she was so dedicated to her job teaching children in the mainstream and language programs with the Tsuu T’
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.