Terra Nova FPSO
One of the largest Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessels ever built, the Terra Nova is 292.2 metres long and 45.5 metres wide, approximately the size of three football fields laid end to end. From the keel to the helideck, it stands more than 18 stories high. The Terra Nova FPSO can store 960,000 barrels of oil and accommodate up to 120 people while producing.

Terra Nova was discovered in 1984, produced first oil in 2002 and is operated by Suncor Energy.