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Edinburg Remediation and Restoration

On October 29, 2019, we responded to an incident along our Keystone Pipeline system in Edinburg, North Dakota. Cleanup continues as crews work to remove the remaining surface soil. This activity will continue until the site is fully remediated. Once the clean-up work is done, our focus will turn to the full restoration of the site, which will occur in 2020.

Our goal is zero incidents company-wide. Our focus and top priority is always safety of the public, our workforce and the environment. Though the cause of the current incident is unknown, we are working with federal and state regulators to analyze and learn from what occurred, so we can ensure our energy infrastructure operates safely and the way it is designed to. 

We never want to see an incident like this take place, but it has reinforced the value behind the training and resources we put into emergency preparedness and response. In 2018 alone, we held 196 training exercises and spent $1.3 billion in pipeline integrity and maintenance programs – to maintain the safety of our system, be proactive in our maintenance procedures and identify potential improvements or repairs that need to be made. No one has a stronger interest than we do in ensuring our pipeline system operates safely and reliably. Click here to learn more about safety at TC Energy.

Frequently Asked Questions

Edinburg, North Dakota
Edinburg, North Dakota
Edinburg, North Dakota
Edinburg, North Dakota

Our Commitment

We have been working with communities to share information about our activities while earning their trust and support.

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Indigenous Relations

We are committed to working with indigenous communities to explore project opportunities that benefit and align to their community interests.

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Landowner Relations

We work with landowners to answer their questions to help develop long-term relationships.

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Further information

Media Relations: 1-800-608-7859

Public Affairs: 1-855-895-8754