John Adams is at the start of something big. He is a foreman at Hardisty Terminal, which is where TransCanada’s Keystone Pipeline originates and has safely delivered 600 million barrels of oil to Steele City, Nebraska since it began operation in July 2010. The outstanding dedication of Adams and his colleagues is typical of TransCanada’s 5,500 employees across North America who are responsible for ensuring the company’s expansive portfolio of assets safely and reliably provides the energy millions of people rely on every day.
At TransCanada’s Annual General Meeting in Calgary, Alta., Canada, Russ Girling, CEO and President, spoke about 2013, a year of unprecedented opportunity for TransCanada – including $19-billion in new, high-quality projects.
“Those projects have the capability of transforming this company substantially in the next four or five years, which will position us for the next couple of decades,” says Girling. “It’s quite remarkable.”
The following video shares thoughts from TransCanada’s Executive Leadership Team (ELT).