Working with Landowners
At TransCanada, we are proud of the relationships we have built with approximately 95,000 landowners across our North American pipeline network over the last 65 years. To date, we have consulted more than 1300 landowners living along the proposed Keystone XL project route that stretches from Alberta to Nebraska.
In each State where the project will be built we have more than 90 percent of the easements in place. We are confident in our ability to constructively engage with landowners regarding the remaining needed easements.
TransCanada is committed to treating all landowners who may be affected by the Keystone XL project with honesty, respect and fairness. All landowners will receive fair and equitable compensation for the land easements granted and we will work closely with them to identify special circumstances, land restrictions, access routes and other construction requirements to minimize disturbance to the land, the landowner and the environment.
TransCanada is committed to respecting your land throughout the entire lifecycle of the project, from development of the project and into operations. We will always strive to understand issues from your perspective and to resolve them through open communication and collaborative means.
We look forward to continuing our engagement with you and encourage you to reach out to us should you have questions or require more information with respect to the Keystone XL project.
Landowner Enquiries (U.S.)
Landowner Enquiries (Canada)