A message for our landowners

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Enbridge would not be able to build or operate our assets without the cooperation and trust of thousands of landowners across North America. We consider landowners to be owners of land, tenants, organizations, and associations that own or lease property along our pipelines and, as such, are affected by our assets. We realize landowners are critical stakeholders who deserve to be treated in accordance with our core values of Safety, Integrity, Respect and Inclusion.

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Contact us

Are you a new landowner? Need to update your contact information? Have a question or concern? Below is our non-emergency contact info.

Landowners in Canada
Phone: 1-800-668-2951
Email: LandContactCAN@enbridge.com

Landowners in the U.S.
Gas inquiries: 1-888-217-9110
Liquids inquiries: 1-855-869-8261
Email: LandContactUS@enbridge.com


Are you planning work on the right-of-way, such as building a fence, deep tilling, digging a ditch, operating equipment or other activities? Email crossingscanada@enbridge.com in Canada, or crossingsUS@enbridge.com in the United States.

Not a landowner, but have a question? Send us an email at USPublicAwareness@enbridge.com or CdnPublicAwareness@enbridge.com.

Are you an Enbridge Gas customer with a question? Click here

Contact us

Are you a new landowner? Need to update your contact information? Have a question or concern? Below is our non-emergency contact info.

Landowners in Canada
Phone: 1-800-668-2951
Email: LandContactCAN@enbridge.com

Landowners in the U.S.
Gas inquiries: 1-888-217-9110
Liquids inquiries: 1-855-869-8261
Email: LandContactUS@enbridge.com


Are you planning work on the right-of-way, such as building a fence, deep tilling, digging a ditch, operating equipment or other activities? Email crossingscanada@enbridge.com in Canada, or crossingsUS@enbridge.com in the United States.

Not a landowner, but have a question? Send us an email at USPublicAwareness@enbridge.com or CdnPublicAwareness@enbridge.com.

Are you an Enbridge Gas customer with a question? Click here

Contact us

Are you a new landowner? Need to update your contact information? Have a question or concern? Below is our non-emergency contact info.

Landowners in Canada
Phone: 1-800-668-2951
Email: LandContactCAN@enbridge.com

Landowners in the U.S.
Gas inquiries: 1-888-217-9110
Liquids inquiries: 1-855-869-8261
Email: LandContactUS@enbridge.com


Are you planning work on the right-of-way, such as building a fence, deep tilling, digging a ditch, operating equipment or other activities? Email crossingscanada@enbridge.com in Canada, or crossingsUS@enbridge.com in the United States.

Not a landowner, but have a question? Send us an email at USPublicAwareness@enbridge.com or CdnPublicAwareness@enbridge.com.

Are you an Enbridge Gas customer with a question? Click here

Dig safely
In an emergency
‘A blessing for our community’

Judy has farmed with her husband Mike for 35 years near Drayton, ND, and recently retired as business manager of the Drayton Public School. She welcomes the local economic boost that Enbridge’s Line 3 Replacement Project will create, as well as the extra tax revenue needed by her small community.

Know what’s below: Landowner John Proulx’s story

It was just another late fall day for John and Rick Proulx as the father-son farming duo conducted clean-up work on their land in northwestern Minnesota. But in moments, things suddenly went from just another day, to a day unlike any other. For you—and the next generation—call or click before you dig.

Community Open Houses: Who we are, what we do

At Community Open Houses like the one we held in Grand Rapids, MN, in early April 2019, residents can learn more about Enbridge’s operations, community outreach and relentless focus on safety.

Know what’s below: Landowner James Wood’s story

The job was simple: Clear a handful of trees on a local landowner’s property to make way for a fence. But it didn’t take long for a simple project to become a matter of life, death—and luck. Life is precious. Call or click before you dig.

Northern Minnesota farmer says Line 3 replacement has met the test

This Minnesota farmer says he’s “100% for replacing Line 3.” Scott believes fully in the regulatory process, like we do at Enbridge, “but at the same time, once they’ve done them (met all conditions), then let’s let them put the pipeline in the ground.”

What we do
An interactive experience: Our North American assets map

Check out our interactive map encompassing the full scope of Enbridge's North American energy infrastructure—oil and gas pipelines, wind farms, solar projects, distribution systems, and more.