Hibernia oil field
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Hibernia is an oil field in the North Atlantic Ocean, approximately east-southeast of St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, in 80 m of water.〔Hurley, T.J., Kreisa, R.D., Taylor, G.G., and Yates, W.R.L., 1992, The Reservoir Geology and Geophysics of the Hibernia Field, Offshore Newfoundland, in ''Giant Oil and Gas Fields of the Decade, 1978-1988'', AAPG Memoir 54, Halbouty, M.T., editor, Tulsa: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, ISBN 0891813330〕
The production platform ''Hibernia'' is the world's largest oil platform〔(E&E Publishing, 8 Nov. 2013 )〕 and consists of a integrated topsides facility mounted on a gravity base structure. The platform was towed to its final site, and of solid ballast were added to secure it in place. Inside the gravity base structure are storage tanks for of crude oil.
The field was discovered in 1979 with the Hibernia P-15 well, and is located on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland in the northwest sector of the Jeanne d'Arc Basin, the Cretaceous primary reservoir being the Berriasian and Valanginian age river delta Hibernia sandstones at a depth of 3720 m, structurally trapped in a faulted anticline.〔 A secondary reservoir consists of the Barremian to Albian age Ben Nevis/Avalon sandstones at a depth of 2345 m.〔 The Hibernia structure is bounded on the west by the north-northeast trending listric Murre Fault and on the northeast by the Nautilus Fault.〔 Late Jurassic shales, Kimmeridgian/Oxfordian, are the source rocks.〔 Pressure will be maintained via water injection.〔
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