Nalcor Energy Issues Expression of Interest for Future Use of Bull Arm Fabrication
March 9th, 2017
Atlantic Canada’s largest industrial fabrication site
March 9, 2017, St. John’s, NL – Today Nalcor Energy has issued a request for Expressions of Interest (EOI) across local, national and international markets to invite and assess interest for the potential use of the Bull Arm Fabrication facility following the completion of ExxonMobil Canada Properties lease in March 2018.
“Nalcor Energy is focused on building sustainable business opportunities for Bull Arm Fabrication following the completion of the current lease,” said Chris Kieley, Vice President, Business Development. “The Site’s diversity of infrastructure and strategic location offer a unique opportunity for a wide range of potential uses. The EOI is a key step in the process to identify and evaluate future opportunities.”
Since its development, Bull Arm Fabrication has played a key role in the province’s three offshore mega-projects: Hibernia, Terra Nova and White Rose. Since 2011, the Site has been home to the construction of the multi-billion dollar Hebron Offshore Oil Project.
Close to international shipping lanes and oil and gas developments in the Atlantic margin, the Site has year-round unobstructed, deep-water access to the Atlantic Ocean. The site spans over 6,300 acres and has fully integrated and comprehensive infrastructure to support simultaneous fabrication and assembly in its three key project areas: Fabrication Yard; Marine Facility; and Deepwater Site.
The information submitted through the EOI process will inform long-term planning and may result in the issuance of a formal Request for Proposals. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, April 25, 2017.
To download a copy of the request for Expression of Interest, visit bullarm.nalcorenergy.com
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