We build and operate safe and reliable energy infrastructure. This includes our 93,300 km (57,900 miles) network of natural gas pipelines, which supplies more than 25 per cent of the clean-burning natural gas consumed daily across North America to heat homes, fuel industries and generate power.
Learn more about our natural gas projects and assets, including pipelines and storage, and more below.
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TC Energy’s 2017 NGTL System Expansion plays a key role in meeting Canadian energy demands. Learn more
TC Energy is proposing to construct and operate multiple natural gas pipeline and compressor unit additions as part of the 2021 NGTL System Expansion Project in Alberta.
On March 9, 2018, NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd. (NGTL), a wholly owned subsidiary of TransCanada PipeLines Limited received regulatory approval to purchase and assume operation of sections of the existing Albersun Pipeline, from Suncor Energy Logistics Corporation (Suncor). The Albersun Pipeline provides natural gas delivery services within the Fort McMurray area of Alberta.
The proposed Alberta XPress project is a market-driven response to the rising demand for natural gas on the U.S. Gulf Coast and beyond.
With access to major producing basins in North America, the ANR system transports natural gas from Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana to cities and towns in Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois and Ohio.
Supporting the ANR Pipeline system and ready to serve Midwestern communities, the ANR Storage fields have a combined maximum working storage capacity of 57 billion cubic feet of natural gas.
The Bison Pipeline stretches 302 miles (486 km) across Wyoming and Montana to North Dakota, where it connects with another interstate natural gas pipeline.
TC Energy’s Canadian Mainline safely delivers natural gas from Alberta and B.C. to eastern markets.
Learn more about TC Energy's federally regulated End of Life Cycle Program with the Canada Energy Regulator (CER).
The Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline project will run approximately 670 km (416 miles) in length from Dawson Creek to a facility near Kitimat, B.C.