TransCanada founded to develop the TransCanada Pipeline (now known as the Canadian Mainline) to supply Eastern Canadian markets with natural gas produced in the West.
Use of high-strength X70 steel incorporated into pipeline project construction, which subsequently is adopted as the industry standard. TransCanada continues to invest in R&D related to high-strength steel technology.
The company’s international expansion includes development of pipelines in Argentina and Chile and acquisitions in Malaysia.
TransCanada merges with NOVA, creating the fourth-largest gas pipeline company in North America.
Our employees shout their $1.25-million United Way campaign success from the half-built rooftop of the company’s new tower in downtown Calgary.
TransCanada earns spot on Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for the first time, a position we still maintain on the Index to date.
TransCanada earns position on Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index – the first year of its launch.
CEO Hal Kvisle named Canada’s Outstanding CEO of the Year.
TransCanada and our employees awarded the ‘Embracing United Way’ award, recognizing more than 50 years of commitment.
The company is named to Canada’s Climate Disclosure Leadership Index by CDP for corporate action on climate change.
TransCanada named to Canada’s Top 100 Corporate R&D Spenders list for third year in a row.
RobecoSAM recognizes TransCanada with a gold class distinction – along with Industry Leader and Industry Mover awards for corporate sustainability performance in the Sustainability Yearbook 2016 publication.