2016 was a “transformational” year for TransCanada, as the company undertook unprecedented growth and adjusted its business to enhance long-term stability for the benefit of its shareholders.
In a year-end video message, President and CEO Russ Girling explains how the $13 billion acquisition of Columbia Pipeline Group has led to strong financial results this year, and how the company’s focus on another $25-billion in “controllable” growth projects across North America has set the stage for steady and predictable growth in earnings and dividends through the rest of this decade. At the same time, TransCanada continues its unwavering focus on the safe and reliable delivery of the energy millions of North Americans rely on every day, creating job opportunities and millions of dollars in economic benefits for communities across Canada, the United States and Mexico. (Also see Russ Girling’s latest video message about TransCanada’s achievements in Corporate Social Responsibility).
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