We build and operate safe and reliable energy infrastructure. This includes our network of approximately 4,900 km (3,000 miles) of oil & liquids pipelines, which supplies and delivers North American crude oil to help meet growing energy needs in Canada and the U.S.
Learn more about our oil & liquids projects, pipelines and storage below.
Marketlink provides receipt facilities to transport U.S. crude oil production from Cushing, Okla., to the U.S. Gulf Coast via the Gulf Coast extension of the Keystone Pipeline System.
In the fall of 2010, TransCanada went to the market with a proposal to move Bakken crude oil production by constructing a receipt facility. Learn more.View Details
The Grand Rapids Pipeline System plays a key role in connecting producing areas of northwest Fort McMurray, Alta., to terminals in the Edmonton/Heartland region. Learn more.View Details
A proposed 200 km (125 mile) crude oil pipeline, the Heartland Pipeline, will bring development and jobs to Alberta’s Industrial Heartland region. Learn more.View Details
Once complete, the new Keystone Hardisty Terminal will help transport Canadian crude oil to communities across North America. Learn more.View Details
The Keystone Pipeline System plays a key role in delivering Canadian and U.S. crude oil supplies to markets around North America.View Details
TransCanada offers shippers great opportunities to reach U.S. Midwest and U.S. Gulf Coast markets via the Keystone Pipeline System.View Details
The Keystone XL Pipeline offers a safe and reliable way to deliver crude oil to market throughout the U.S. and Canada.View Details
TransCanada offers shippers great opportunities to reach U.S. domestic markets via Marketlink.View Details
Learn more about TransCanada's federally regulated Oil & Liquids End of Life Cycle Program with the National Energy Board (NEB).View Details
The Northern Courier Pipeline System plays a key role in transporting bitumen and diluent between the Fort Hills mine site and Fort McMurray, Alberta.View Details