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TransCanada – CSR – Economy: Pictured is ANR Pipeline's Blue Lake compressor station in Michigan, which is part of TransCanada's natural gas storage and pipelines network, which supplies 25 percent of the natural gas consumed daily across North America. TransCanada – CSR – Economy: Pictured is ANR Pipeline's Blue Lake compressor station in Michigan, which is part of TransCanada's natural gas storage and pipelines network, which supplies 25 percent of the natural gas consumed daily across North America.

STRONG AND STABLE | Economy

Economy Overview

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TransCanada operates in an undeniably complex and changing energy environment. While global demand for energy continues to grow, new climate change policies have accelerated the transition to cleaner energy alternatives, and the industry has been challenged by low oil and gas prices.

“We are a strong and stable company thanks to our proven strategy and long-term view, which have positioned us for continued success during challenging times. When we are successful, our shareholders and the communities where we operate share in the economic benefits of our operations.”

– Don Marchand, executive vice-president and chief financial officer

As we navigate the constantly shifting environment, TransCanada continues to grow and perform well. We are well positioned for continued growth and long-term success because of our commitment to operating safely and sustainably.