Based in Calgary, Canada, Enbridge is one of the leading companies in the energy delivery field.1 it focuses on the transportation, distribution and generation of energy, primarily in North America. Fore approximately 65 years, Enbridge is thriving and considered as one of the best 100 sustainable corporations in the world.
As transporting Energy is the key and main activity of Enbridge, it operates huge projects worldwide and especially in Canada and the United States. Enbridge owns the longest crude oil and liquid hydrocarbons transportation system in the world. As a distributor of energy, it owns and operates Canada's largest natural gas distribution network, providing distribution services in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and New York State.
With 2.2 million barrels per day (350×103 m3/d) of oil and liquids, Enbridge owns the largest transporter of crude oil in Canada.2 The Enbridge Pipeline System is the world's longest crude oil and liquids pipeline system, located in both Canada and the United States.
Enbridge operates huge projects including but not limited to construction of Northern Gateway, expansion of Alberta Clipper, renovation of Line 6, reversal of Line 9 and many others. In addition, the Light Oil Market Access initiative is a project light crude oil from North Dakota and Western Canada to refineries in Ontario, Quebec, and the U.S. Midwest. Eastern Access, including a reversal of Line 9, is a project to deliver oil Western Canada and Bakken to refineries in Eastern Canada and the Midwest and eastern U.S. Western Gulf Coast Access, including reversal and expansion of the Seaway Pipeline and the Flanagan South Pipeline, is a plan to connect Canadian heavy oil supply to refineries along the Gulf Coast of the United States. Enbridge also gathers, processes, and transports natural gas.
On 23 October 2008, Enbridge, FuelCell Energy, and Satcon Technology Corporation launched the world's first hybrid fuel cell...