We operate the world’s longest and most complex crude oil and liquids transportation system, with about 17,035 miles (27,415 kilometers) of active pipe.
Enbridge's natural gas pipelines connect North America’s most prolific natural gas supply areas to major demand centers in the U.S. and Canada.
Enbridge operates one of North America’s largest natural gas utilities, delivering energy to about 3.7 million homes and businesses.
We're executing on a three-year strategic plan to refocus on our low-risk pipeline and utility assets, and to position our company for future success.
Safety will always be our No. 1 priority. Ensuring the safety of communities and the environment is our most important duty—and everything we do is based on this foundation.
At Enbridge, we see our relationships with Indigenous communities as mutually beneficial—economically, socially and culturally.
Check out our interactive map encompassing the full scope of Enbridge's North American energy infrastructure—oil and gas pipelines, wind farms, solar projects, distribution systems, and more.
On April 30, 1949, Canada's Parliament incorporated Interprovincial Pipe Line (now known as Enbridge), following a major oil discovery at Leduc, Alberta in February 1947.
President and CEO Al Monaco and his Executive Leadership Team represent the senior management of Enbridge Inc.
At Enbridge, we believe in sharing the successes of our company with the people who make it happen – our employees.
Find out more about our growth projects—including crude oil and liquids pipelines, renewables, and natural gas pipelines and processing—that will help keep North Americans on the move.
We are Enbridge. Together, we help fuel quality of life for millions of people in North America.