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Emergency Management Coordinator, Selene Cázares, sees a positive future for women building fulfilling energy and engineering careers in Mexico.
The safety of our people and the communities where we live and work is one of the TC Energy’s fundamental commitments, and one that we share with civil protection authorities and first responders across North America.
CALGARY, Alberta – Aug. 4, 2022 – News Release – TC Energy Corporation (TSX, NYSE: TRP) (TC Energy or the Company) and the CFE, Mexico’s state-owned electric utility, have agreed to forge a strategic alliance to accelerate the development of natural gas infrastructure in the central and southeast regions of Mexico.
How TransCanada is expanding energy infrastructure in Mexico
Operations employees are on the ground each day to ensure natural gas keeps flowing through our infrastructure around the clock and in all weather conditions. With safety at the forefront, natural gas field technicians across our footprint are our unsung heroes with a variety of job duties that vary day by day – requiring skilled and adaptable personnel. The field technician role is experienced across our footprint with their own North American viewpoint.
Commercial representatives of the government of Canada and Mexico visited the company offices in Mexico City.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed nearly every facet of our lives in North America. These drastic changes are scary, challenging and stressful. We send our sincerest well-wishes to the families affected and recognize the tremendous efforts of first responders and health professionals worldwide. Over the two past weeks, we have been doing our part to slow down the spread of the virus. We have safely transitioned much of our staff from working in our offices to working remotely.
For years, children in the northern region of Mexico’s Sinaloa state had no real place to learn. Teachers would move from one house to another, or cram their young students into a tiny room measuring 6m x 4m – with no furniture, no power, no running water and no washrooms.
From September to December each year, students travel from across Mexico to hit the books at the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering.