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Renewable natural gas (RNG) is a clean and reliable fuel that is often made from…drumroll, please…animal waste! As that waste breaks down, it produces methane, a naturally occurring greenhouse gas. The methane is captured, eliminating it from the atmosphere, and then processed to use as an energy source. This helps to meet a growing energy demand, while transitioning to cleaner sources of energy.
We are working hard to reduce the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity of our operations while developing the next generation of lower-carbon energy solutions.
The U.S. draws from a variety of energy sources to support its population of roughly 330 million people. Prominent in that energy mix is natural gas, thanks to its local abundance, affordability, reliability and lower emissions compared with other hydrocarbons.
Natural gas is one of the world’s cleanest and safest energy sources used to cook food and heat homes, hospitals, businesses and industry.
Pipelines are the safest and most environmentally responsible way to transport natural gas and petroleum products over long distances.
As rightsholders, Indigenous groups have a distinct relationship to the land, so we recognize that our business activities have the potential to affect them in tangible ways.
For TC Energy, Sustainability is about meeting today’s energy needs—safely, reliably and economically—while finding responsible solutions for our future energy.
“From the time you get up in the morning until you go to bed at night, it’s difficult to find a moment when you haven’t used energy transported by a pipeline.” – Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA)
Using natural gas is both a clever idea and a good way to accomplish everything from heating our homes and cooking meals, to generating electricity.
Coastal GasLink will help deliver cleaner energy to the world by moving natural gas to the LNG Canada facility.
The NGTL System can be the start of moving a molecule of gas from northeast B.C. to Mexico City. Is the NGTL System a part of your life?