A bridge to the energy future
At Enbridge, our purpose is to deliver the energy that fuels quality of life.
Our four core businesses transport, store and generate energy. Whether it’s crude oil, natural gas or renewable power, we are the bridge between energy supply and demand, delivering energy that millions of families, small businesses, industries and communities across North America and abroad rely on every day.
We do that by prioritizing safety and reliability above all else, working closely with communities and Indigenous groups near our operations, and minimizing our impact on the environment, including our ambition to be net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050.
We think about the future of energy, constantly assess energy supply and demand fundamentals and plan decades ahead. Enbridge has grown and evolved by investing in new infrastructure and energy technology to meet changing global energy needs.
We will continue to be resilient—and bridge to the energy future—by safely and reliably providing affordable and sustainable, low-emissions energy.
Today, we’re expanding and modernizing our existing pipeline and distribution systems, advancing renewable energy projects, investing in new, low-carbon energy infrastructure opportunities—and building projects that create opportunities for communities where we live and work.
And we’re continuing to build a team with diverse backgrounds and experiences so that we can best tackle challenges and drive innovation in our business.
Our core businesses
We play a significant role in the energy value chain by connecting people to the energy they need and want.
- Liquids Pipelines (LP) transports three million barrels per day (bpd) to 25 refiners, connecting producers to the best markets in the U.S. Midwest, the U.S. Gulf Coast and Eastern Canada.
- Gas Transmission and Midstream (GTM) connects natural gas supply with key residential, industrial and commercial markets totaling approximately 170 million people, as well as power generation facilities across the continent.
- Gas Distribution and Storage (GDS) serves approximately 15 million people in Ontario and Quebec and distributes about 2.3 billion cubic feet (bcf) per day of natural gas.
- Renewable Power Generation has ownership interests in more than 30 renewable power facilities representing more than 4,000 megawatt (MW) generating capacity and has a growing presence in offshore wind in Europe.