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Safety Resources

At Spectra Energy, we know the importance of protecting local underground infrastructure and promoting safe digging practices.

That's why we're proud to support the Common Ground Alliance (CGA) and One-Call organizations in the U.S. and Canada in recognizing April as National Safe Digging Month.

During a pipeline incident, emergency responders are critical to protecting people, property and the environment. Emergency response agencies include fire departments, law enforcement, public safety and emergency planning departments. To learn more about how to respond to a pipeline incident, visit INGAA’s emergency response page, review their Roles in Pipeline Emergency Response Brochure or visit the Shoulder to Shoulder Pipelin Emergency Response YouTube channel.

Enbridge and Spectra Energy Complete Merger

We are now Enbridge!

On February 27, 2017, Enbridge Inc. and Spectra Energy Corp closed their merger transaction. This transaction has created a global energy infrastructure leader—with an enterprise value of approximately US$126 billion (C$166 billion)—that brings together the best liquids and natural gas franchises in North America.

The combined company is known as Enbridge Inc. You’re currently viewing Spectra Energy’s legacy website, where you’ll find information on the former Spectra Energy Corp.

For current and accurate information on Enbridge, which now includes Spectra Energy Corp, please visit enbridge.com.

Please note that Enbridge Inc. does not assume responsibility for the content of this website, as information may be out of date or no longer accurate as of February 27, 2017.