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Facilitating the

Energy Transition

2023 – A Busy Year

Building on our success and continuing to push the boundaries, the Port of Argentia experienced an exciting year advancing major projects in key industry sectors.

We established North America’s first marshalling port at Argentia with the arrival of offshore wind turbine foundations, called monopiles, in support of the US energy transition.

Utilizing over 4000 acres of Port lands, we partnered with Pattern Energy, for the development of Argentia Renewables, an onshore wind energy to green fuels project.

Cenovus Energy’s CGS construction project at Argentia is nearing completion as it prepares for tow-out in 2025 in support the West White Rose Project in the offshore oil and gas industry.

We’re advancing our plans for the $100M Cooper Cove dock expansion project. This investment will see the Port double its quayside capacity to over 860 metres of docking facilities providing shoreline support to marine transportation and the ocean economy.

Port of Argentia

North America’s First Monopile Marshalling Port

Port of Argentia has established North America’s first monopile marshalling port supporting US energy transition. Argentia’s strategic location and proximity to US offshore wind fields are key factors in securing contracts to receive monopiles for laydown and storage. Utilizing its existing infrastructure and vast land assets, the Port has dedicated over 70 hectares of paved runways to monopile marshalling.

We received our first shipment of four monopiles in August 2023 and continue receiving additional offshore wind turbine foundations on a regular schedule.

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