The BAF Site was constructed in the 1990s to fabricate the Hibernia Offshore Oil Project. Since then, thousands of hard-working Newfoundlanders and Labradorians have played a significant role in the construction of four offshore projects at the Site, including mega-projects like Hibernia and Hebron or readying drill rigs for exploration.
The Site is Atlantic Canada’s largest fabrication yard with a history of supporting oil and gas opportunities. Through 2020/21, the 140,000 m2 marine facility has been utilized for the stacking of offshore assets; the Terra Nova FPSO is currently stored quayside, and the mobile offshore drilling units West Aquarius and Henry Goodrich were stacked at the BAF Site.
Here are some of the amazing projects completed at the Bull Arm site over the years: