Municipal Affairs and Environment

Bull Arm Site Environmental Protection Plan - Hebron Project Activities

Proponent: ExxonMobil Canada Properties


The Hebron Project is a proposed oil and gas development located offshore Newfoundland and Labrador, approximately 340 kilometres east of St. John’s. On behalf of the Hebron Project Proponents, ExxonMobil Canada Properties (EMCP) is leading the development of the Hebron Project. The Hebron production platform will be a Gravity Base Structure (GBS), supporting the Topsides. The GBS will be built, as will components of the Topsides and the entire platform assembly, at the existing Bull Arm fabrication facility in Bull Arm, Trinity Bay.

At the request of the Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment, ECMP has prepared an Environmental Protection Plan (EPP) for Hebron Project Activities at the Bull Arm Site. The EPP is intended to be a working document for use in the field by project personnel and contractors, as well as by the corporate level for ensuring commitments made in policy statements are implemented and monitored. The EPP was submitted to provide a quick reference for project personnel and regulators to implement appropriate environmental protection measures, monitor compliance and to make suggestions for improvement.

  • March 4, 2011 - The environmental protection plan was submitted.

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