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TransCanada – CSR – About: TransCanada employee and his daughter volunteer on a reforestation project to help rebuild wildlife corridors and restore understory plant life on Nature Conservancy of Canada land in Alberta. TransCanada – CSR – About: TransCanada employee and his daughter volunteer on a reforestation project to help rebuild wildlife corridors and restore understory plant life on Nature Conservancy of Canada land in Alberta.

LEADING THE WAY | About

About TransCanada

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For over 65 years, TransCanada has proudly operated the energy infrastructure assets that support a high standard of living for North Americans. Millions of people across North America rely on the energy we deliver every day to heat and cool their homes, cook their food, fuel their vehicles and power their businesses.

Our natural gas and liquids pipelines, power generation and gas storage facilities operate quietly, safely and reliably, while our more than 7,700 employees play an active part in the communities where they live in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.

QUICK FACTS

Natural Gas Pipelines

90,300 kilometers

(56,100 miles)

664 billion cubic feet

of gas storage capacity, largest provider in North America

Energy

17

power generation facilities,
10,700 megawatts

Liquids Pipelines

4,300 kilometres

(2,700 miles)

1.3 billion barrels

Keystone Pipeline System has safely delivered more than 1.3 billion barrels of oil

People and Places

7,704

employees located across North America

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