Statement of Governance Practices

Corporate Governance 
Enbridge employs a variety of policies, charters and practices to manage corporate governance. Enbridge is subject to a variety of corporate governance guidelines and requirements enacted by the New York Stock Exchange and by the Securities and Exchange Commission under its rules and those mandated by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.

Corporate Governance Guidelines 
The boards of directors have formally adopted and published a set of Corporate Governance Guidelines, which affirm our commitment to maintaining a high standard of corporate governance. The guidelines address the roles and responsibilities of the board and management as well as the qualifications and composition of the board and its committees and also provide guidance regarding access to independent advisors, management succession and performance and evaluation of the board and its committees.

Corporate Governance Guidelines

Boards of Directors 
The Enbridge U.S. boards of directors function independent of management. The boards' strengths include an independent, non-executive chair of the board; well informed and experienced directors who ensure that standards exist to promote ethical behavior throughout Enbridge; effective board size; and annual assessment of board, committee and individual director effectiveness.

Financial Compliance (Whistleblower) Help-Line 
The Audit, Finance & Risk Committee of the board has established an anonymous and confidential toll-free telephone number for employees, contractors and others to call with respect to accounting and audit irregularities and ethical violations. The Financial Compliance Help-Line number is (866) 571-4989.

Whistleblower Policy