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Tina Faraca

President, US Natural Gas Pipelines TC Energy

BIO

As President, U.S. Natural Gas Pipelines, Tina Faraca is responsible for leading
all commercial and operational matters across TC Energy’s regulated natural
gas transmission and storage business.


Prior to her current appointment, Mrs. Faraca was Senior Vice-President,
U.S. Natural Gas Operations, Projects and Technical Operational Services
with responsibility for the safe, reliable and sustainable operations of
TC Energy’s 32,000 miles of natural gas pipelines in the U.S. In addition,
her responsibilities included the project execution of new facilities
associated with those assets.


Mrs. Faraca first joined TC Energy in April 2020, as Senior Vice-President,
Commercial, U.S. Natural Gas leading Commercial Operations, Business
Development, Marketing, Rates & Regulatory, Strategy and Joint Ventures.


Mrs. Faraca arrived at TC Energy from Enable Midstream Partners where she
served as Chief Commercial Officer for the company’s natural gas transportation
& storage, natural gas gathering & processing and crude oil businesses.


Prior to Enable, Mrs. Faraca worked with Enbridge, and its predecessor Spectra
Energy, in multiple leadership positions over the course of 18 years including
Vice-President of Engineering and Construction, Vice-President of Corporate
Strategy and President of Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline.


Mrs. Faraca currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the United Way of
Greater Houston. She is involved with numerous industry organizations and
has served on the boards of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America
(INGAA), the Texas Pipeline Association, the Petroleum Alliance of Oklahoma,
the Northeast Gas Association and the Engineering Leadership Board for the
University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering.


Mrs. Faraca received a Bachelor of Science in petroleum engineering from the
Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado.