Following is our complete letter to the editor of the Toronto Star, in response to a recent article. Dear Editor, Your article by Raveena Aulakh published on September 28th contained incorrect information about TransCanada’s Energy East Pipeline Project and I appreciate the opportunit
When we talk about doing “the right thing”, we mean it. This applies both to our commitment to protect the environment we work in and our respect for all laws and regulations in the jurisdictions where we operate. On Aug 21, the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environ
TransCanada delivered three sections of large-diameter pipe to the United Association (UA) union in Miramichi, New Brunswick, to help the union train a new generation of skilled pipeline welders. This donation is part of a national collaboration between TransCanada and the UA to provi
By Gary Houston, Vice-President, Ontario and Prairies, Energy East Pipeline Project I was in Kenora with my team on Tuesday, Aug. 12, to discuss TransCanada’s proposed Energy East Pipeline with local residents. We received a lot of great questions and comments regarding safety, emerge
Welding is one of the most crucial operations in pipeline construction. If you don’t get it right, then it’s the very integrity of your pipeline that is at risk. No one takes this risk more seriously than TransCanada. Safety is at the core of everything our company does.
Many little girls grow up dreaming about being princesses or models. Not Erin Rideout. For as long as she can remember she has always wanted to travel and get her hands dirty in an outdoor job. And she’s recently discovered working on pipeline construction projects can tick all those
By Alex Pourbaix, President, Development In his column, “If Alberta oil heads east, benefits for Ontario are hard to see” economist Jeff Rubin makes a number of errors about TransCanada’s proposed Energy East crude oil pipeline. This project, as well as other investments TransCanada w
François Poirier is a man who knows about going the distance – both as a marathon and triathlon finisher, and as a professional who spent over two decades advising clients on making large and complex energy infrastructure projects happen. Poirier joined TransCanada in May, taking over
Our Energy East Pipeline Project proposes to transport oil from Alberta and Saskatchewan to Eastern Canadian refineries and port terminals, effectively connecting resources to markets. Energy East will create over 10,000 jobs and generate billions of dollars in tax revenue for the six
TransCanada has proposed to convert a 3,000-km portion of its Canadian Mainline and build an additional 1,600 km of new pipeline to take crude oil from Western to Eastern Canada. The Energy East Pipeline will transport about one million barrels of crude oil every day from Alberta and
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.
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