Talon Energy Services manages its operations from its Corporate Office located in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, and its Western Canada Office located in Sherwood Park, Alberta.

In addition to these main offices, Talon has the following fabrication facilities listed below:

Port Aux Basques, NL

View of Quayside

Talon has a lease agreement on the former ASIL Facility located in Channel-Port Aux Basques.

Talon Energy Services operates a fabrication facility located in Port Aux Basques, Newfoundland, which offers our clients a large scale fabrication facility capable of various types of work with quayside access.

Our newly constructed quayside makes our PAB facility an ideal location for barge or vessel loadout for sea transportation.


High level details of this facility are:

  • Constructed – 1993
  • Total Area – 50,000 square feet
  • Maximum Height – 96 feet
  • Crane Capacity – one (1) 135 Ton Overhead Crane & two (2) 50 Ton Overhead Cranes
  • Mega Door – 80 feet X 80 feet
  • Electrical – 2 – 200 amp, 3-phase 600volt
  • Adjacent to Quayside for Marine Transport
  • 17 acres of land


New equipment purchased for this building include:

  • Vernon Pipe Cutting Machine (3” – 48” diameter)
  • Plasma and Oxygen Plate Cutting Table
  • Rotary Air Compressor- 60 HP
  • Band Saw Hydromech c/w Roller System
  • Iron Worker, 50T Scotchman
  • Portable and Retractable Blast and Paint Bays- 80ft x 40ft x 20ft & 100ft x 24ft x 20ft c/w filtration system


Details of the quayside are:

  •  Water Depth- 18 feet at wharf & dredgeable to 25-30 feet
  • Concrete Wharf deck – 80 feet x 30 feet with 10T/m2 deck capacity
  • Mooring Capacity- 2 x 50T MSB50 bollards on wharf, 4 x 50T MSB50 bollards on quayside
  • 4500 m2 graded travel path from facility to wharf
  • Water and Shore power available
  • Sheltered deep water access
  • Shared Harbour with Marine Atlantic Terminal and Wharf


This facility and wharf is ideal for any type of shore-based activity including:

  • Mobilization/Demobilization Shore base
  • Vessel repairs and upgrades
  • Drill Rig repairs
  • Loadout for sea transportation.







Keltic Steelworks also has a second fabrication facility which includes an engineered safe and environmentally friendly blast and paint facility.


  • A 12,000 sq ft shop and office space
  • Fully designed to comply with all local and national regulations and standards including
    • The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
    • Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
    • Department of Environment
    • American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH)
  • Integrated air management system that includes air handling units, a filtering system, and a dust collection system
  • Temperature controlled and breathing air systems fully compliant with CSA standards