1. Every five seconds thousands of pipeline sensors relay information via satellite to the TransCanada Control Centre (TCC).

    Automatic shutoff valves in the pipeline are designed to stop the flow of oil in minutes at the push of a button.

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  2. What is TransCanada's Energy East Pipeline?

    What's it going to do for our economy?

    Will we rely less on foreign oil?

    How safe will it be?

    What about the environment?

    Do you have questions about Energy East?

    We have your answers at EnergyEastPipeline.com or OleoducEnergieEst.com.

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  3. C'est quoi l'Oléoduc Énergie Est de TransCanada?

    Qu'est-ce que ça va apporter à notre économie?

    Est-ce qu'on va dépendre moins du pétrole étranger?

    Est-ce que ça va être vraiment sécuritaire?

    Puis, l'environnement dans tout ça?

    Vous avez des questions sur Énergie Est?

    Nous avons des réponses pour vous sur OléoducÉnergieEst.com.

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  4. TransCanada recently delivered three sections of large-diameter pipe to the UA Local 325 in Miramichi, N.B., to help the union train a new generation of skilled pipeline welders.

    This donation on August 19 is part of a national collaboration between TransCanada and the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry (UA) to provide much-needed pipe to eight training facilities across Canada — Miramichi, Toronto, Thunder Bay, Sarnia, Montreal, Dartmouth, Winnipeg and Edmonton.

    The 4,600-kilometre Energy East pipeline will carry 1.1-million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to refineries in Eastern Canada.

    Connecting reliable and affordable sources of energy to markets is the foundation of North America's prosperous economy and high standard of living. Whether it is natural gas to heat homes and fuel industry, electricity to keep lights on and computers running, or gasoline that moves millions of vehicles every day, nothing is more fundamental to maintaining and enhancing our quality of life.

    TransCanada has been safely delivering critical energy products across the continent for more than 60 years and has a solid track record of responsible development, reliable operations, and treating our customers, partners and stakeholders with integrity and respect.

    We operate one of the largest natural gas transmission networks in North America — 68,500 kilometres (km) (42,500 miles) — tapping into virtually every major gas supply basin and transporting approximately 20 per cent of the continent's daily natural gas supply. We are North America's third largest provider of natural gas storage and related services with more than 400 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of storage capacity.

    We own or have interests in 21 power facilities with the capacity to generate 11,800 megawatts (MW) of electricity, enough to power nearly 12 million homes. One-third of the power we produce comes from emission-less sources including nuclear, hydro, wind and solar.

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  5. TransCanada is contributing 24 sections of large-diameter pipe to the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry (UA) training facilities in Toronto, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, Sarnia, Montreal, Miramichi and Dartmouth.

    Toronto’s UA Local 46 was the first recipient of the donated pipe in this mutually beneficial collaboration between TransCanada and UA Canada as they prepare to provide hundreds of skilled welders, journeymen and apprentices the opportunity to hone their welding skills with hands-on training on 42-inch sections of pipe.

    The UA provides advanced training in pipe cutting and welding that pipefitters, welders and apprentices require to work on complex pipeline construction projects, such as TransCanada’s Energy East Pipeline Project.

    The 4,600-kilometre Energy East pipeline will carry 1.1-million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to refineries in Eastern Canada.

    Connecting reliable and affordable sources of energy to markets is the foundation of North America's prosperous economy and high standard of living. Whether it is natural gas to heat homes and fuel industry, electricity to keep lights on and computers running, or gasoline that moves millions of vehicles every day, nothing is more fundamental to maintaining and enhancing our quality of life.

    TransCanada has been safely delivering critical energy products across the continent for more than 60 years and has a solid track record of responsible development, reliable operations, and treating our customers, partners and stakeholders with integrity and respect.

    We operate one of the largest natural gas transmission networks in North America — 68,500 kilometres (km) (42,500 miles) — tapping into virtually every major gas supply basin and transporting approximately 20 per cent of the continent's daily natural gas supply. We are North America's third largest provider of natural gas storage and related services with more than 400 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of storage capacity.

    We own or have interests in 21 power facilities with the capacity to generate 11,800 megawatts (MW) of electricity, enough to power nearly 12 million homes. One-third of the power we produce comes from emission-less sources including nuclear, hydro, wind and solar.

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    energyeastpipeline.com/energy-east-blog/

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    blog.transcanada.com/

    Learn more about TransCanada:
    TransCanada.com

    Follow us on Twitter @TransCanada:
    twitter.com/TransCanada

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Energy East Pipeline

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The 4,400-kilometre Energy East Pipeline will carry 1.1-million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to refineries in Eastern Canada.

Currently, the project has the following major components:
> Converting an existing natural…


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The 4,400-kilometre Energy East Pipeline will carry 1.1-million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to refineries in Eastern Canada.

Currently, the project has the following major components:
> Converting an existing natural gas pipeline to an oil transportation pipeline
> Constructing new pipelines in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Eastern Ontario, Québec and New Brunswick to link up with the converted pipe
> Constructing the associated facilities, pump stations and tank terminals required to move crude oil from Alberta to Québec and New Brunswick, including marine facilities that enable access to other markets by ship

While the exact route will only be determined after public and regulatory review, the planned starting point is a new tank terminal in Hardisty, Alta. Three other new terminals will be built along the pipeline’s route: One in Saskatchewan, one in the Québec City area and another in the Saint John, N.B., area. The terminals in the Québec City and Saint John areas will include facilities for marine tanker loading.

The project will also deliver oil to existing Québec refineries in Montréal, near Québec City and in Saint-John. New pipeline will be built in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Eastern Ontario, Québec and New Brunswick.

Visit EnergyEastPipeline.com or OleoducEnergieEst.com for more infomation about the Energy East Pipeline Project.

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