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Our community outreach programs, landowner relations and donation activities shape the long-term engagement and sustainability of the communities where we operate. We actively consult with landowners and communities on our day-to-day operations and future projects with the goal of being open, honest and collaborative.
This brochure was created to give stakeholders a high level overview of Inter Pipeline including what we do, where we operate and how we interact with our communities.
Click or Call before you dig
Every year, failure to "click or call before you dig" results in injury, legal hassles and disruption of utilities - like power, water, and telephone - for hundreds of thousands of individuals and families. That's why Inter Pipeline is actively involved in damage prevention programs in Canada. Whether you’re planning a home improvement project, planting a tree or installing a fence, Click Before You Dig to safely identify buried cables and pipelines. Visit the Click Before You Dig website or call before starting any excavation activities:
Alberta (Alberta One-Call Corporation)
Saskatchewan (Sask 1st Call)
About Pipelines Map
The About Pipelines Map is a new interactive digital map that enables you to find out more about the facilities and liquids and natural gas transmission pipelines operated by the full members of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association. CEPA’s About Pipelines Map, which operates on the Google maps platform, lets visitors enter an address, postal code, city or province to find the exact location of pipelines and facilities in their area and access lots of information that hasn’t been previously available. The map also gives users information on the age of pipelines, which company operates them, what oil and gas products they transport and who regulates them.
In This Section
- Safety & Environment
- Emergency Management
- Community Engagement