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Offshore Energy

Cenovus Energy

Cenovus Energy’s restart at the purpose-built graving dock at Argentia has over 1000/day on-site craft workforce as preparations are underway for major slip form pours this season.  Concrete gravity structure tow-out for the West White Rose Project is slated for Q2 2025. 

Cenovus Energy CGS construction site at Argentia

Cooper Cove Development 

Geotechnical Study is in the works for a proposed new CDN $100M dock expansion, doubling capacity at Argentia marine terminal. Infrastructure enhancements such as in-ground utilities and port electrification initiatives will advance Argentia’s green port agenda and support Canada’s net zero targets for emission reduction. This multi-purpose dock facility will see investments in key asset acquisitions such a mobile harbour crane and ancillary warehouses and will provide quayside supports to several key industry sectors including offshore and renewable energy, mining, heavy transport vessels and green fuels export. 

Cooper Cove development rendering

Bay du Nord

In April 2022, the Government of Canada approved the Bay du Nord environmental assessment and Equinor and its partners are working towards a final investment decision. Pending project sanction, the local energy industry sees this development as a key contributor to the capacity and global competitiveness of the Newfoundland and Labrador oil and gas supply chain.

Equinor has identified Argentia as a suitable location for the establishment of a pipe spool base facility in support of offshore subsea developments.