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.
• Terry Anderson, a Safety Specialist from Columbus, Neb., raises his family in Omaha, where he has lived for the past 28 years.
• Jeremy Dangel, Senior Response Specialist with TransCanada, raises his family in Omaha, Neb.
• Ruth Jensen, from Lincoln Neb., is an Environmental Specialist who currently lives in Blair.
The three Nebraskan's say, "TransCanada is responsible for the safe operation of the entire Keystone XL Pipeline route, for as long as it operates. We have demonstrated our commitment to protecting and preserving Nebraska's land and water. We are committed to safety, with an industry-leading safety record, but we're also ready to respond with a highly-trained Nebraska-based response team standing by. We are Nebraskans who work for TransCanada. We want to be more than a pipeline company. We work hard to be a trusted neighbor."