TransCanada has negotiated with more than 1,000 landowners in Oklahoma and Texas in order to build and operate the Gulf Coast Pipeline, a 485-mile (780-kilometre) crude oil pipeline from Cushing, Okla., to Nederland, Texas. Many of these landowners, such as Wesley Romero (video) and Marshall Treadwell (video) are more than happy to tell their stories of how those negotiations went.
TransCanada is committed to treating more than 60,000 landowners we deal with across North America with fairness, dignity and respect. With all the recent allegations made against TransCanada by protestors in Texas, we thought it was important for you to hear directly from some of the Texans we have been working with.
We also have support from citizens, such as East Texas resident Tracy Crawford (video), who recognize the benefits the Gulf Coast Pipeline Project will bring, both to pipeline communities along the right of way and to the overall economy. Good landowner relations are key to operating an efficient, safe pipeline system.
We want to be more than a pipeline company. We want to be a trusted neighbor because we are part of the communities where we operate.
Learn more about the Gulf Coast Pipeline Project.
Watch all three Texas landowner videos below: