In the summer of 2023, Enbridge partnered with Cypher Environmental and Subcan Ltd. for an environmentally friendly dust suppression solution at Swan Lake First Nation. The effort helped keep participants and visitors safe during the Nation’s 25th anniversary powwow celebration.
The 906 Adventure Team, based in Marquette, MI, builds resiliency in youth through cycling. Enbridge has supported the group since 2018 by funding purchase of the club’s bike trailer, construction of a bike playground, and the addition of two adventure teams in Iron River and Midland.
Through our cross-continent natural gas pipeline network, we continue to feed surging LNG exports that deliver gas to more people around the world, providing the sustainable energy they need. We’re ensuring energy security—and accelerating the global energy transition.
At Enbridge, we deliver the reliable and affordable energy people need today while building the more sustainable energy systems of tomorrow. We’re pioneering hydrogen, RNG, and carbon capture and storage, and building solar self-power facilities to supply reliable, clean electricity.
Preparing for the energy landscape of tomorrow. Meeting the pressing demands of today. Across North America and beyond. With energy security in the spotlight, and North American energy more important than ever, we’re supplying more people around the world with the energy they need.
Renewables are projected to be the world’s fastest-growing energy source for decades. Governments and businesses alike are seeking clean energy to meet net-zero targets. We were an early investor in renewables, dating back to 2002, and we’re now accelerating our strategy to meet that demand.
Proactive today. Positioned for tomorrow. Enbridge Gas is North America’s largest natural gas utility by volume, delivering affordable energy now, and well into the future. We’re also taking steps to decarbonize our business, explore new technologies and pioneer low-carbon energy sources.
We safely connect millions of people around the world to the energy they rely on, every day, through our four core businesses. These rotating dashboards offer a real-time look at what we’re doing today to fuel quality of life.
Every year, we offer Fueling Futures grants and donations to thousands of organizations to help build safe, vibrant and sustainable communities.
This 2.1 million-tonne-per-year LNG export facility will have 250,000 m3 of floating storage capacity and be based near Squamish, BC.
We are proposing to design, construct and operate the Ridgeline Expansion Project (Ridgeline), an expansion of Enbridge’s existing East Tennessee Natural Gas (ETNG) system.
the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in January 2020 issued a final order on rehearing for the Rio Grande LNG project and the Rio Bravo Pipeline.
The 480-megawatt (MW) wind farm will feature 80 GE Haliade 160-6MW turbines to be manufactured in France. The project is expected to generate the equivalent of 20% of the Loire-Atlantique’s electricity consumption.
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