Facts and Figures

Corporate Statistics

Ticker Symbol – TRP (TSX, NYSE)

2013 2014 2015
Total Assets $53.9 billion $58.5 billion $64.5 billion
Net (loss)/income attributable to common shares $1.7 billion $1.7 billion ($1.2 billion)
Net (loss/income per share $2.42 $2.46 ($1.75)
Comparable Earnings* $1.6 billion $1.7 billion $1.8 billion
Comparable Earnings per common share* $2.24 $2.42 $2.48
Dividends per common share $1.84 $1.92 $2.08
Funds Generated from Operations $4.0 billion $4.3 billion $4.5 billion
Average Shares Outstanding 707 million 708 million 709 million

* Non-GAAP measure. For additional information on these items see the February 11, 2016, Fourth Quarter News Release

Assets

Liquids Pipelines

Our 4,250-kilometre (2,640 mile) Keystone Pipeline System transports approximately 20 per cent of western Canadian crude oil exports to key refineries in the U.S. Midwest and Gulf Coast, where it is converted into fuel and other useful petroleum products. Since it began operation in June 2010, Keystone has safely transported more than one billion barrels of crude oil from Canada to U.S. markets.

Canada/United States

Asset Name Length Description Ownership
Keystone 4,247 km
(2,639 miles)
Transports crude oil from Hardisty, Alberta, to U.S. markets at Wood River and Patoka Ill., Cushing, Okla., and Port Arthur, Texas 100%
Cushing Marketlink and Terminal Terminal and pipeline facilities to transport crude oil from the market hub at Cushing, Okla., to the Port Arthur, Texas, refining market on facilities that form part of the Keystone Pipeline System 100%

Natural Gas Pipelines

The Natural Gas Pipelines segment consists of the Company's investments in 90,300 km (56,100 miles) of regulated natural gas pipelines and more than 664 Bcf of regulated natural gas storage facilities. These assets are located in Canada, the United States (U.S.) and Mexico.

Canadian Pipelines

Asset Name Length Description Ownership
NGTL System 24,544 km
(15,251 miles)
Receives, transports and delivers natural gas within Alberta and B.C., and connects with the Canadian Mainline, Foothills system and third-party pipelines 100%

Canadian Mainline

14,114 km
(8,770 miles)
Transports natural gas from the Alberta/Saskatchewan border and the Ontario/U.S. border to serve eastern Canada and interconnects to the U.S. 100%

Foothills

1,241 km
(771 miles)
Transports natural gas from central Alberta to the U.S. border for export to the U.S. Midwest, Pacific northwest, California and Nevada 100%

Trans Québec & Maritimes (TQM)

572 km
(355 miles)
Connects with Canadian Mainline near the Ontario/Québec border to transport natural gas to the Montréal to Québec City corridor, and connects with the Portland pipeline system that serves the northeast U.S. 50%

U.S. Pipelines

Asset Name Length Description Effective Ownership
ANR Pipeline 15,109 km
(9,388 miles)
Transports natural gas from supply basins to markets throughout the mid-west and south to the Gulf of Mexico 100%
ANR Storage 250 Bcf Provides regulated underground natural gas storage service from facilities located in Michigan 100%

Bison

488 km
(303 miles)
Transports natural gas from the Powder River Basin in Wyoming to Northern Border in North Dakota. We effectively own 28 per cent of the system through our interest in TC PipeLines, LP 28%

Columbia Gas Transmission (4)

18,141 km
(11,272 miles)
Transports an average of three billion cubic feet of natural gas per day through a pipeline network and 92 compressor stations in 10 states, serving hundreds of communities 91.6%
Columbia Gas Transmission Storage (4) 286 Bcf One of North America’s largest underground natural gas storage systems that includes 35 storage fields in four states 91.6%

Columbia Gulf Transmission (4)

5,377 km
(3,341 miles)
Interstate pipeline system located primarily in Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky 91.6%

Crossroads Pipeline (4)

325 km
(202 miles)
Interstate pipeline operating in Indiana and Ohio 100%

Gas Transmission Northwest (GTN)

2,216 km
(1,377 miles)
Transports natural gas from the WCSB and the Rocky Mountains to Washington, Oregon and California. Connects with Tuscarora and Foothills. We effectively own 28 per cent of the system through our interest in TC PipeLines, LP. 28%
Great Lakes 3,404 km
(2,115 miles)
Connects with the Canadian Mainline near Emerson, Man., and St Clair, Ont., plus interconnects with ANR at Crystal Falls and Farwell in Michigan, to transport natural gas to eastern Canada and the U.S. upper Midwest. We effectively own 66.6 per cent of the system through the combination of our 53.6 per cent direct ownership interest and our 28 per cent interest in TC PipeLines, LP. 66.6%

Iroquois

669 km
(416 miles)
Connects with Canadian Mainline near Waddington, New York to deliver natural gas to customers in the U.S. northeast. 44.5%

Millennium Pipeline (4)

407 km (253 miles) Jointly sponsored by subsidiaries of Columbia, National Grid and DTE Energy 43.5%

North Baja

138 km
(86 miles)
Transports natural gas between Arizona and California, and connects with a third-party pipeline on the California/Mexico border. We effectively own 28 per cent of the system through our interest in TC PipeLines, LP. 28%

Northern Border

2,264 km
(1,407 miles)
Transports WCSB and Rockies natural gas with connections to Foothills and Bison to U.S. Midwest markets. We effectively own 14 per cent of the system through our 28 per cent interest in TC PipeLines, LP. 14%
Portland (PNGTS) 475 km
(295 miles)
Connects with TQM near East Hereford, Québec to deliver natural gas to customers in the U.S. northeast. We effectively own 25.8 per cent of the system through the combination of 11.8 per cent direct ownership and our 28 per cent interest in TC PipeLines, LP. Prior to January 1, 2016 we had direct ownership of 61.7 per cent. 25.8%

Tuscarora

491 km
(305 miles)
Transports natural gas from GTN at Malin, Oregon to markets in northeastern California and northwestern Nevada. We effectively own 28 per cent of the system through our interest in TC PipeLines, LP. 28%

Mexican Pipelines

Asset Name Length Description Ownership
Guadalajara 315 km
(196 miles)
Transports natural gas from Manzanillo, Colima to Guadalajara, Jalisco. 100%
Tamazunchale 365 km
(227 miles)
Transports natural gas from Naranjos, Veracruz in east central Mexico to Tamazunchale, San Luis Potosi and on to El Sauz, Queretaro. 100%

Energy

TransCanada owns or has interests in 20 power generation facilities with a capacity of 13,100 megawatts (MW) – enough to power more than 13 million homes. One-third of the power we provide is generated from emission-less sources including nuclear, hydro, wind and solar. We also own and operate 368 billion cubic feet of natural gas storage capacity.

Canadian Power

8,571 MW of power generation capacity (including facilities under construction).

Western Power

2,609 MW of power supply in Alberta and the western U.S.

Asset Name MW Fuel Type Description Location Ownership
Bear Creek 80 Natural Gas Cogeneration plant Grande Prairie, Alta. 100%
Carseland 80 Natural Gas Cogeneration plant Carseland, Alta. 100%
Coolidge 575 Natural Gas Simple-cycle peaking facility Coolidge, Ariz. 100%
MacKay River 165 Natural Gas Cogeneration plant Fort McMurray, Alta. 100%
Redwater 40 Natural Gas Cogeneration plant Redwater, Alta. 100%
Sheerness PPA 756 Coal Output contracted under PPA Hanna, Alta. 100%
Sundance A PPA 560 Coal Output contracted under PPA Wabamun, Alta. 100%
Sundance B PPA
353(2) Coal Output contracted under PPA
Owned by ASTC Power Partnership(1)
Wabamun, Alta. 50%

Eastern Power

2,939 MW of power generation capacity (including facilities under construction)

Asset Name MW Fuel Type Description Location Ownership
Bécancour 550 Natural Gas Cogeneration plant Trois-Rivières, Que. 100%
Cartier Wind 365(2) Wind Five wind power projects Gaspésie, Que. 62%
Grandview 90 Natural Gas Cogeneration plant Saint John, N.B. 100%
Halton Hills 683 Natural Gas Combined-cycle plant Halton Hills, Ont. 100%
Portlands Energy 275(2) Natural Gas Combined-cycle plant Toronto, Ont. 50%
Ontario Solar 76 Solar Eight solar facilities Southern Ontario and New Liskeard, Ont. 100%

Bruce Power

3,023 MW of power generation capacity

Asset Name MW Fuel Type Description Location Ownership
Bruce Power 3,023(2) Nuclear Eight operating reactors Tiverton, Ont. 48.5%

U.S. Power

4,533 MW of power supply in Alberta and the western U.S.

Asset Name MW Fuel Type Description Location Ownership
Kibby Wind 132 Wind Wind farm Kibby and Skinner
Townships, Maine
100%
Ocean State Power 560 Natural Gas Combined-cycle plant Burrillville, R.I. 100%
Ravenswood 2,480 Natural Gas
& Oil
Multiple-unit generating facility using dual fuel-capable steam turbine, combined-cycle and combustion turbine Queens, N.Y. 100%
TC Hydro 583 Hydro 13 hydroelectric facilities, including stations and associated dams and reservoirs New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts (on the Connecticut and Deerfield rivers) 100%
Ironwood(3) 778 Natural Gas Combined-cycle plant Lebanon, Penn. 100%

Regulated Natural Gas Storage

548 Bcf of regulated natural gas storage capacity.

Asset Name BCF Description Location Ownership
ANR Storage 250 Provides regulated underground natural gas storage service Michigan 100%
Columbia Gas Transmission Storage (4) 286 One of North America’s largest underground natural gas storage systems that includes 35 storage fields in four states Northeast U.S. 91.6%
Hardy Storage (4) 12 Underground storage field in West Virginia operated by Columbia Gas Transmission West Virginia 45.8%

Unregulated Natural Gas Storage

118 Bcf of non-regulated natural gas storage capacity.

Asset Name BCF Description Location Ownership
CrossAlta 68 Underground facility connected to the NGTL System Crossfield, Alta. 100%
Edson 50 Underground facility connected to the NGTL System Edson, Alta. 100%

Under Construction

900 MW of power generation capacity

Asset Name MW Fuel Type Description Location Ownership
Napanee Generating Station 900 Natural Gas Combined-cycle plant Greater Napanee, Ont. 100%

(1) We have a 50 per cent interest in ASTC Power Partnership, which has a PPA for production from the Sundance B power generating facilities.
(2) Our share of power generation capacity.
(3) Acquired February 1, 2016.
(4) Acquired July 1, 2016.