Three TransCanada employees, living in Nebraska, share their stories of TransCanada’s longstanding commitment to the Cornhusker State and building the safest pipeline in America.
TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline will create jobs and contribute to the local economies of several American communities.
Ruth Jensen, from Lincoln, Neb., is an Environmental Specialist who currently lives in Blair.
Ruth says, "I'm a landowner in Nebraska and we have pipelines that go through our land. I'm an Environmental Specialist with TransCanada. My job is to protect the environment. I recognize that pipeline transportation is the safest way to transport products that we all use. Keeping Nebraska's land and water safe is my top priority. I have a deep-rooted responsibility to make the Keystone XL Pipeline the safest pipeline in America."