Safety is not only a core value at Enbridge—it’s the foundation of everything we do. If we don’t get this right, nothing else matters. It’s our duty to keep the public, the members of our team and the environment safe.
Safety performance metrics are tied to each Enbridge employee’s short-term incentive pay.
Teaming up with First Nation Capital Investment Partnership to advance CO2 storage solutions
Enbridge and the First Nation Capital Investment Partnership (FNCIP) reached an agreement in February 2022 to advance the proposed Open Access Wabamun Carbon Hub (the Hub) west of Edmonton, Alberta. The Hub is being developed as an innovative combination of carbon transportation and storage solutions to support recently announced carbon capture projects in the region.
I’m pleased to share our 2021 Sustainability Report, which reflects the tangible progress Enbridge has made since our announcement of ESG goals in late 2020.
These goals have galvanized our employees in common purpose to prioritize actions and track progress across a number of areas that speak to where we’re heading as a company and to the role we aim to play in communities in which we operate and in broader society. Importantly, our work continues to be informed by ongoing engagement with our many stakeholders.
Our mission is to fuel people's quality of life by building a bridge to a cleaner energy future. We are doing this with a two-pronged approach—investing in conventional and low-carbon energy to advance the energy transition.
Company outlines progress against goals and plans for continuous improvement in areas of ESG
CALGARY, Alberta, June 23, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Enbridge Inc. (Enbridge or the Company) (TSX: ENB) (NYSE: ENB) published its 21st annual Sustainability Report (Report), offering stakeholders information about the Company's continuous improvement in areas of environment, social, and governance (ESG) performance.
Set to open in late 2022, Minot’s Magic City Discovery Center will stimulate curiosity and creativity
To a child, a rainbow is a work of art: bright colors, melding into each other, forming a magical arc across the sky.
As the child grows and learns about science, their perception of the rainbow shifts, explains Liz Weeks, education and outreach director of North Dakota’s Magic City Discovery Center—a combination children’s museum and science center scheduled to open in the city of Minot in late 2022.