The Energy East Pipeline is one of the largest energy infrastructure projects ever undertaken in North America. As a nation, we need to be able to transport Western oil resources to where they are needed, in Eastern Canada.
“(We) believe that Energy East is very important for Quebec’s economic growth and its energy future.” – Coalition of Quebec-based business groups and unions Just days before protestors interrupted and subsequently delayed National Energy Board (NEB) hearings in Montreal on
Bert Parker’s Saskatchewan farm was passed down to him from his dad, and he has been operating it for nearly 30 years. Since the 1950s, his family has worked with TransCanada – it all began when his dad negotiated an agreement that allowed the Canadian Mainline natural gas pipeline to
On July 14, a historic memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed between TransCanada and the senior representatives of four major unions and the Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada (PLCAC) representing Canadian pipeline workers for jobs on the Energy East Pipeline project.
Today’s National Energy Board (NEB) completeness determination for the Energy East Pipeline marks another step toward making this important national project a reality. “This is an important and welcomed milestone after four years of scientific analysis, study and engagement with thous
Did you know? The Canadian oil and gas industry supports half a million jobs across our country. The Energy East Pipeline Project alone will create 14,000 direct and indirect jobs annually during its design and construction. We’ll need the experience of thousands of tradesmen and wome
Within the debate on climate change, there are questions about pipelines and how they fit into the world’s efforts to curb greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Some people ask – does Canada really need Energy East? The answer is yes, unequivocally, and here is why: Global energy demand is
Support for Energy East is growing. Opinion polls show that 64% of Canadians want to see this much-needed pipeline built. That’s two in three Canadians! If you support the project, take a stand and join the 14,000+ Canadians who have already signed up to the Energy East Action Network
It takes years to build a pipeline, and meticulous planning is a huge part of the process. Since announcing the Energy East project in August 2013, our teams have been busy collecting an extensive range of field data – from soil, air and geological features to wildlife and fisheries –
3,200+ = That’s the number of meetings and conference calls Energy East teams have had so far with more than 166 Indigenous communities and organizations across Canada since the pipeline project was announced in August 2013. Working collaboratively with Indigenous communities, Energy
Energy East is a 4,500-kilometre pipeline that will transport approximately 1.1 million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to the refineries of Eastern Canada and a marine terminal in New Brunswick. There is an important choice before us all. That choice is about where we get the oil we need and how we choose to transport it. Energy East makes sense and this is why the majority of Canadians support the project.