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TransCanada is getting back to the basics: gas transmission and power generation. Through TransCanada PipeLines and other subsidiaries, it wholly owns more than 37,000 miles (and partially owns 5,500 miles) of natural gas pipeline; its six pipelines link the Western Sedimentary Basin to markets in six Canadian provinces and 17 US states. The company also owns a major oil pipeline (Keystone) and stakes in several other gas pipelines in the US, Canada, and Mexico. TransCanada has 380 billion cu. ft. of natural gas storage assets. On the power side of its business portfolio...
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Pros: - the people are awesome
- always willing to offer help – Full Review /Reviews/Employee-Review-TransCanada-RVW2519528.htm
No Offer – Interviewed in Omaha, NE (US) Mar 2013 – Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Interview Details It started with a phone interview with an internal recruiter. We talked for about an hour about my background and the position. She said that she was pretty sure they wanted to move on to the next step, but would confirm via email in a few days. Two days later we scheduled a trip to fly to Omaha to… – Full Interview
The questions weren't that bad or difficult, but be prepared for the 3 on 1 as mentioned above. – Answer Question