TransCanada — Keystone Pipeline — Landowner Relations
Next to your family, we know there’s nothing closer to your heart than your land. We’re TransCanada and we understand how you feel about your land. We’ve worked with thousands of landowners in the U.S. and Canada. And we’ve built a safe, reliable system, supplying natural gas and crude oil.
We understand the thought of a pipeline coming through your land isn’t the easiest thing to get comfortable about.
The best way to explain things to you is to let you hear first-hand from a handful of more than 1,500 landowners who reached agreements with us on the Keystone Pipeline. Together we built the Keystone Pipeline. The 3,460-kilometre pipeline transports crude oil from Hardisty, Alta., to markets in the American Midwest at Wood River and Patoka in Illinois, and at Cushing, Okla.
Landowners and farmers from Nebraska, Kansas, South Dakota and Missouri describe their experiences working with TransCanada on the Keystone Pipeline and help explain their views on the three phases landowners will experience in the pipeline process.
Phase 1: Getting to know us and the project. Developing an agreement about the work we plan to do on your land.
Phase 2: Construction. Learn about the construction process through landowners’ experiences as they describe the process they experienced.
Phase 3: Reclamation. We strive to bring the land back its pre-disturbance productive capability, including top-soil conservation.