Natural gas plays a critical role in the global energy transition. It is a reliable, high-efficiency energy source that is displacing coal-fired power while backstopping the intermittency of renewable power sources.
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
NGTL is planning for the safe removal from service of its energy infrastructure. Learn more about the 2021 Abandonment Program.
NGTL is proposing to permanently cease operations at two lateral pipelines, three associated meter stations and three stand-alone laterals on the NGTL System within Alberta because these facilities are no longer necessary to provide service to customers.
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.
NGTL is proposing to permanently cease operations at 16 meter stations and 16 associated lateral pipelines, four stand-alone meter stations, four producer tie-ins and nine stand-alone laterals on the NGTL System within Alberta as these facilities are no longer necessary to provide service to customers.
NGTL is proposing to permanently cease operations at 21 laterals and three meter stations on the NGTL System within Alberta as these facilities are no longer necessary to provide service to customers.
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.