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News Release: Nalcor Energy releases third quarter financial results

November 8, 2019

St. John’s, NL – Nalcor Energy reported its financial results for the third quarter of 2019. “Construction of the Muskrat Falls Project is substantially complete and we are looking forward to first power in early 2020. Our other lines of business have also seen notable successes and we expect that it will continue into the… Read More

Media Statement: Churchill River Clean-up Complete

November 1, 2019

On Tuesday, October 29, Nalcor Energy Churchill Falls confirmed a release of 39 litres of Luminol into the Churchill River. Since the activation of the response team and completion of the clean-up, the volume spilled was determined to be approximately 390 litres. Environment Canada and Service NL have been notified of this change. The change… Read More

Media Statement: Nalcor Energy Churchill Falls Confirms Spill into the Churchill River

October 30, 2019

Nalcor Energy Churchill Falls is confirming a spill of up to 39 litres of Luminol into the Churchill River, approximately 5 to 7 kilometers downstream from the Churchill Falls Tailrace. Luminol is a biodegradable product and it does not pose a risk to the river or wildlife. The Spill Response Team was activated at approximately… Read More

Lease Agreement Brings Transocean Barents to Bull Arm Fabrication Site

October 25, 2019

St. John’s, NL – Nalcor Energy – Bull Arm Fabrication has signed an agreement with DF Barnes that will have the Site play host to the ultra-deepwater semi-submersible drill rig, Transocean Barents, as it readies for further exploration work offshore Newfoundland in 2020. “This is the second drill rig to be serviced at the Site… Read More

Public Safety Advisory: Controlled Water Release at the Jacopie Spillway has ended

September 27, 2019

Nalcor Energy Churchill Falls is advising the public that the controlled water release at the Jacopie Spillway has ended. We ask the public to continue avoiding the following areas as water levels may continue to fluctuate: Jacopie Spillway upstream and down stream of the Spillway. Whitefish Control Structure. The Churchill River Walking Trail. East and… Read More

Safety Advisory: Keep a safe distance from transmission lines

August 30, 2019

As you head into the long weekend, it’s important to ensure you follow safe practices near all transmission lines and electrical facilities. While transmission line right-of ways may appear to be an ideal trail for outdoor activities and recreational vehicles, it’s best to avoid given the hazards that can often be hidden. For your safety,… Read More

Public Safety Advisory: Controlled Water Release at Churchill Falls Jacopie Spillway

August 21, 2019

Nalcor Energy Churchill Falls advises the public of a controlled water release to occur from the upper Churchill reservoir at the Jacopie Spillway commencing Friday, August 23, 2019. The duration of the water release is unknown. The public is advised to avoid the following and surrounding areas: Jacopie Spillway upstream and downstream of the Spillway…. Read More

Nalcor Energy releases second quarter financial results

August 15, 2019

Nalcor Energy reported its financial results for the second quarter of 2019. “Focused on a strong finish, the Muskrat Falls Project team achieved several major milestones in the second quarter of 2019. Making significant progress in the powerhouse, all concrete required for the powerhouse was poured marking the completion of civil work for all four… Read More

Nalcor Energy releases first quarter financial results

May 28, 2019

May 28, 2019, St. John’s, NL – Nalcor Energy reported its financial results for the first quarter of 2019. “Nalcor Energy’s financial results for the quarter continue to be strong. We remain focused on a safe and strong finish of the Muskrat Falls Project. Recently, the Project reached two years without a lost time injury…. Read More

Safety Advisory: Keep a safe distance from transmission lines

May 17, 2019

As you head into the long weekend, it’s important to ensure you follow safe practices near all transmission lines and electrical facilities. While transmission line right-of ways may appear to be an ideal trail for outdoor activities and recreational vehicles, it’s best to avoid given the hazards that can often be hidden. For your safety,… Read More