- Operator: The Hibernia Management and Development Company Ltd. (HMDC)
- Country: Canada
- Location: 315 km east southeast of St. John's, Newfoundland
- Production start:
- Partners: ExxonMobil Canada (33.125%), Chevron Canada Resources (26.875%), Suncor (20%), Canada Hibernia Holding Corporation (8.5%), Murphy Oil (6.5%) and Statoil Canada Ltd. (5%)
- Type: Hibernia Blend Crude Oil
- Estimated Reserves: Total recoverable oil reserves estimated to be 615 million barrels
- Production Volume: 150,000 bpd
- Discovered in 1979, the Hibernia oil field is located 315 km east southeast of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, in 80 metres of water.
- The field is significant by any standards. For example, it is the fifth largest field ever discovered in Canada.
- The Hibernia Offshore Platform is a Gravity Based Structure (GBS) oil-drilling, production and storage facility.
- The platform has a production capacity of 150,000 barrels per day
- Kiewit: mechanical outfitting (MOF) of utility shafts and, as part of a Kiewit-led partnership, providing construction management services for the gravity base structure (GBS)
- HHI: Service & L/Q Module
- Technip: Offshore Loading System (OLS)
- 1979 - Hibernia oil field is discovered
- 1997 - The completed platform was towed to the Hibernia oil field and positioned on the ocean floor in June
- 1997 - Began producing oil on November 17
- It consists of two principal reservoirs of early Cretaceous age - the Hibernia and Ben Nevis-Avalon reservoirs - located at average depths of 3,700 and 2,400 metres respectively.
- Hibernia Website
- Hibernia Blend, Statoil
- Hibernia Gravity Base Structure - Bull Arm, NL
- FoundOcean Subsea References
- Hyundai Heavy Industries Platform References
- WGPSN secures contract extension on Hibernia in Canada