1. 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.

    Terry says, “I see my commitment to Nebraska, is to help people understand how safe the pipeline will be, and also how it will benefit the economy and the citizens of Nebraska, not only during construction, but for the years to come through the taxes it helps to provide for Nebraska.”

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  2. 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, "TransCanada has been here for over 30 years. They can be considered a trusted neighbor."

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  3. After a comprehensive review with a seven-month public input period, the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) has issued its Final Evaluation Report on January 4, 2013, on the Keystone XL Pipeline.

    Here’s what was learned:
    • The construction and operation of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline is expected to have minimal environmental impacts in Nebraska
    • The Ogallala Aquifer would not be impacted as a whole

    The safe and reliable operation of Keystone XL is a responsibility we at TransCanada take very seriously.

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  4. 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.

    Terry says, “As a state, we need to power the engines that drive our economy. We need affordable fuel for the machines that help us feed the nation, without depending on oil from the Middle East. And we need more ways to increase local tax revenues to build roads, hospitals and schools.”

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  5. 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.

    Terry says, “Every time I go visit my family in Columbus, I drive over a portion of the existing Keystone Pipeline, and it makes me proud because it reminds me of how safe the pipeline is. Safety is a large part of everything we do, and what I'm really proud of here at TransCanada is how each and every technician in the field takes that safety element and makes it his own. When people ask me about the pipeline, I tell them it will be the safest pipeline built in America today, and I'm proud to be a part of that."

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