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TC Energy builds and operates safe and reliable energy infrastructure. This includes our 91,900 km (57,100 mile) 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.
This proposed project is required to connect natural gas production in Alberta and increase the delivery capability to market demand in northeast Alberta and northwest Saskatchewan. The pipeline expansion project is intended to parallel a 10-inch existing pipeline primarily located on freehold land. Located entirely within the Municipal District of Bonnyville, the proposed pipeline route consists of 20 km of 20-inch pipe, south of the City of Cold Lake, Alberta, and will connect to the existing NGTL System.
TC Energy is proposing to construct, own, and operate the West Path Delivery Project, necessary to supply southwest Alberta and connected downstream markets with natural gas produced in Western Canada.
The Guadalajara Pipeline transports 500 million cubic feet per day of natural gas to a power plant owned by Mexico’s Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE). An additional 360 million cubic feet per day feeds into the Mexican national pipeline system. Completed in 2011, the line helps generate the power needed to keep lights on and the economy functioning in Mexico’s rapidly growing interior.
Gas Transmission Northwest is a 1,353 mile (2,177 km) natural gas pipeline system that transports Canadian natural gas to communities in Washington, Oregon and California. With a capacity to deliver as much as 2.9 billion cubic feet (Bcf) per day, Gas Transmission Northwest offers families and businesses in the Pacific Northwest and California a safe and reliable source of daily fuel for cooking, heating, air conditioning and more.
Edson Gas Storage, located 35 km (22 miles) northwest of Edson, Alta., holds 50 bcf (billion cubic feet) of natural gas. A “depleted underground reservoir” facility, gas is stored in what was originally a naturally occurring gas reservoir.
Crossfield Gas Storage is located 50 km (31 miles) north of Calgary, Alta. holds 68 bcf (billion cubic feet) of natural gas. This facility was acquired by TC Energy in 2012.
At a length of 86 miles (138 km), the North Baja Pipeline System delivers West Texan and Rocky Mountain natural gas from Arizona to California and Mexico. TC Energy operates North Baja Pipeline System and effectively owns 26.8 percent of the pipeline through its interest in TC PipeLines, LP.
The NGTL System is a natural gas gathering and transportation system for the WCSB, connecting most of the natural gas production in western Canada to domestic and export markets. Currently undertaking a $9.1-billion multi-year infrastructure expansion program, the NGTL System will increase transportation capacity for Western Canada producers and provide downstream markets increased access to clean-burning natural gas.
In June 2016, TC Energy partnered with IEnova, a Mexican infrastructure company, to work together on Sur de Texas – Tuxpan Pipeline. Running almost entirely under the Gulf of Mexico, this 800 km (497 mile) long pipeline will deliver clean-burning natural gas to families and businesses in the state of Veracruz.