Incident Disclosure 2011

Hydraulic leak identified on Cougar helicopter

November 21, 2011

Statoil has notified the C-NLOPB that the crew of a Cougar helicopter identified a potential hydraulic leak during conduct of normal aircraft checks while on deck of the Henry Goodrich. The aircraft is currently being held on the helideck as the pilots communicate with Cougar base in efforts to remedy the problem.

C-NLOPB Contact:
Sean Kelly M.A., APR, FCPRS
Manager of Public Relations
(709) 778-1418
(709) 689-0713 (cell)
skelly@cnlopb.nl.ca

Statoil Contact:
Caron Hawco
Business Services Manager
(709) 738-8471
CAHAW@statoil.com

Cougar Helicopters Contact:
Candace Moakler
Public Affairs Officer
(7709) 758-4041
cmoakler@cougar.ca


Incident Disclosures 2011

DateUpdate
December 16, 2011Contact Between the Maersk Detector and GSF Grand Banks
November 25, 2011Contact Between the Maersk Detector and GSF Grand Banks
November 22, 2011Hydraulic leak identified on Cougar helicopter – Update
November 21, 2011Hydraulic leak identified on Cougar helicopter
November 21, 2011Choke and Kill Lines Impairment – GSF Grand Banks
October 13, 2011C-NLOPB Responding to SBM Spill from GSF Grand Banks
October 6, 2011Grand Banks Operators Managing Satellite Communications Problem
September 20, 2011C-NLOPB Responding to SBM Spill by Husky Energy
August 30, 2011Scheduled Flight Turnaround
August 26, 2011SeaRose Power Outage
August 26, 2011Hibernia Lifeboat Impairment (Update)
August 25, 2011Hibernia Lifeboat Impairment
August 11, 2011Cougar Flight 851 Departure from Normal Flight Regime (Update)
July 23, 2011Cougar Flight 851 Departure from Normal Flight Regime
July 17, 2011Scheduled Flight Turnaround Incident
June 6, 2011Lifting system failure on GSF Grand Banks
April 27, 2011Small Fire in the Electrical Switch Room on the Henry Goodrich
April 14, 2011Scheduled Flight Turnaround Incident April 14, 2011
April 11, 2011Loss of Containment on the GSF Grand Banks
April 1, 2011Minor Incident with Flight 521 April 1, 2011
March 28, 2011C-NLOPB responding to SBM Spill from the Henry Goodrich