Energy East


Overview

After careful review of changed circumstances, we will be informing the National Energy Board that we will no longer be proceeding with our Energy East and Eastern Mainline applications. TransCanada will also notify Quebec’s Ministère du Developpement durable, de l’Environnement, et Lutte contre les changements climatiques that it is withdrawing the Energy East project from the environmental review process.

We appreciate and are thankful for the support of labour, business and manufacturing organizations, industry, our customers, Irving Oil, various governments, and the approximately 200 municipalities who passed resolutions in favour of the projects. Most of all, we thank Canadians across the country who contributed towards the development of these initiatives.

News Release

Creating 14,000 full-time jobs
$55 billion boost to Canada’s GDP
Displacing over 1,500 rail cars daily

 

Safest Way to Transport Oil

Every five seconds our control centre receives pipeline safety data on Energy East – backed up by aerial inspections, ground patrols and shut-off valves.

 

 

2,100+ meetings with Indigenous community

All across Canada, Indigenous involvement plays an important role in reducing our impact on the natural environment.

 

 

Supporting Local Communities

Thousands of TransCanada employees reside, eat, buy supplies and more in communities all along our 4,500 km of pipeline.

 

 

Job Creation

With more than 9,200 full-time direct and 4,700 indirect jobs in seven provinces, Energy East will put Canadians to work in a big way.