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Investing in essential infrastructure — for today and tomorrow

We invest in long-life, critical energy infrastructure that provides reliable delivery of clean-burning natural gas. Natural gas infrastructure is deeply interwoven into the U.S. economy – our industry touches nearly every other industry and our success supports the success of many businesses, big and small. Natural gas and its associated infrastructure also complement renewables, and therefore are key to achieving national and global environmental aspirations.

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Natural gas is a major component of the power behind the plug that makes everything turn on, from appliances and electronics in homes, to hospital equipment in our cities, to information and telecommunications systems that connect the globe".

Providing safe and reliable service to customers

Our customers span the energy value chain and include large utilities, local distribution companies, major natural gas marketers and producers. These customers, and the markets they serve, depend on us to provide safe and reliable energy to their homes and workplaces.

We operate across the U.S., with the ability to deliver energy into several major markets, including the Pacific Northwest, Northeast U.S. and Midwest and have a strong market position in those regions.

In high demand

Natural gas demand continues to increase as electrical generation, industrial sectors and residential users seek increased use of cleaner-burning natural gas for their power, heating and cooling needs. Recent technological advances have made natural gas abundant, enabling the U.S. to become one of the world’s largest natural gas exporters. North American natural gas production is expected to grow between now and 2040 to meet these needs, providing opportunities for the responsible growth of our infrastructure systems.

Merger with TC Energy effective March 3, 2021

On March 3, 2021, TC PipeLines, LP completed its previously announced merger with TC Energy. A wholly owned subsidiary of TC Energy has acquired all outstanding common units of TC PipeLines, LP (TCP), and TCP has become an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of TC Energy. TCP unitholders are entitled to receive 0.70 common shares of TC Energy for each issued and outstanding publicly held TCP common unit. TCP common units are no longer traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Common shares of TC Energy trade on both the NYSE and the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol TRP. 

About TC Energy

TC Energy delivers energy that millions of people rely on to power their lives in a sustainable way. For over 70 years, TC Energy has constructed, operated, maintained and modernized robust energy infrastructure networks across North America.

Thanks to a safe, reliable network of natural gas and crude oil pipelines, along with power generation and storage facilities, wherever life happens — TC Energy is there. Guided by core values of safety, responsibility, collaboration and integrity, 7,500 TC Energy employees make a positive difference in the communities where the company operates across Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. TC Energy's common shares trade on the Toronto (TSX) and New York (NYSE) stock exchanges under the symbol TRP.  

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Learn more about TC Energy at TCEnergy.com