Since the Energy East Pipeline Project was announced in 2013, our teams have been working closely with communities along the proposed 4,500-kilometre route. To this day, we’ve met with 7,000 landowners, elected officials in 755 municipalities and thousands of local residents at 130 open houses. We’ve also held 2,100 meetings with Indigenous communities and organizations.
What does it mean to be a good neighbour?
- Establishing a respectful dialogue
- Listening to your community
- Acting on your feedback
- Earning public trust
- Building long-term relationships
We’re already working with 480+ first responders along the Energy East route. Find out why.