Pipeline operators don’t protect Canada’s wildlife, forests, waterways or land

From the time a pipeline is planned until after it retires, pipeline companies work to minimize the environmental impact of their projects.

For example, when planning a route, companies conduct thorough environmental assessments to identify the fish, wildlife and vegetation that need to be protected throughout the pipeline’s life. And, after a pipeline is built, companies perform reclamation work to restore the area impacted during construction.