ExxonMobil Canada Properties (EMCP) has a formal contracting process that results in the award of business to contractors and suppliers that:

  1. Operate Safely
  2. Are competitive in cost
  3. Deliver requirements on schedule
  4. Provide the specified quality
  5. Provide optimum involvement of Canadian/Newfoundland and Labrador businesses and people

EMCP's contracting procedures also ensure:

  1. Compliance with the terms of the Atlantic Accord Acts
  2. Compliance with the terms of the Benefits Agreement between the Hebron Co-venturers and the Provincial Government

Business opportunities exist for a wide range of qualified Canadian/Newfoundland and Labrador Contractors and Suppliers as:

  1. Prime Contractors and direct suppliers to EMCP
  2. Subcontractors and Suppliers to the FEED (Front End Engineering Design) / EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) Major EMCPs

For major tenders, EMCP typically uses the following contractor selection process:

Step 1: Expression Of Interest (EOI)

EMCP will invite potential bidders to complete an Expression of Interest (EOI) Form.

Forms will be available from BIDSAlert Website ( as the individual EOIs are released. Potential bidders must be registered through BIDSAlert to access the forms. A listing of upcoming EOIs will be posted under the Procurement section of this Website as well as the Energy NL Website (

Step 2: Contractor Qualification Process

Following the Expression of Interest Stage, EMCP will issue a Prequalification Questionnaire to potential bidders to assess their qualifications against particular criteria e.g., SHE (safety health and environment) technical, financial, and experience level including experience operating in the Newfoundland and Labrador offshore environment.

Step 3: Contractor Selection

EMCP will invite qualified vendors or contractors from the Prequalification Process to submit bids against an Invitation to Tender document. These bids are then assessed against a predetermined evaluation plan leading to selection of a preferred bidder. Following an approval stage, a contract is then awarded to the successful bidder.

In addition to major contracts, the Project has numerous subcontracts and supply needs. These will range from small requirements to substantial pieces of work. A list of contractors can be found here.

The Hebron Project has a Supplier Development Coordinator available to assist the service and supply community. If you have any general supplier development related inquiries, please contact:

Jim Evans

Strategy & Contracting Manager

ExxonMobil Canada Ltd

(709) 273-1529