Enbridge responds to Tropical Storm Harvey

Information update: September 6, 2017

Enbridge's Houston offices re-opened on Tuesday, September 5.


Information update: September 2, 2017

We continue to actively monitor our facilities and operations for potential storm impacts. U.S. natural gas operations continue to meet customer deliveries and our offshore operations have returned to normal.

The company’s Houston offices remain closed and our chief concern remains the safety of our people and our operations.


Information update: August 30, 2017

Enbridge is donating $225,000 to assist with relief efforts in flood-ravaged communities impacted by Tropical Storm Harvey. Enbridge will contribute $100,000 to the Red Cross of Greater Houston; $25,000 to the Red Cross of Coastal Bend –Texas Chapter, which serves the Corpus Christi area; and $100,000 to the United Way Relief Fund, which was established to provide relief to the Greater Houston area.

Additionally, Enbridge committed to matching up to $2,500 per person in donations made by employees.

The company’s Houston offices remain closed and our chief concern remains the safety of our people and our operations.

Active monitoring for potential impacts to our facilities and operations continues. U.S. Gas Control operations continue to operate normally. Our Offshore Operations also continue to operate safely with essential staff only.


August 28, 2017

Enbridge’s Houston offices will be closed on Monday (Aug. 28, 2017) due to flood conditions in the Houston area. Our U.S. Gas Control operations are normal. As for our Offshore Operations, in view of developments with Tropical Storm Harvey, we have enacted our emergency plan and protocols and removed non-essential personnel from offshore facilities. We will continue to actively monitor the storm to determine if further actions are needed. Our focus is on the safety of our employees and the safe operations of our businesses. 

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