Hibernia


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Hibernia:

see IrelandIreland,
Irish Eire [to it are related the poetic Erin and perhaps the Latin Hibernia], island, 32,598 sq mi (84,429 sq km), second largest of the British Isles.
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Hibernia

the Roman name for Ireland: used poetically in later times
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Scott Sandlin, president of Hibernia Management and Development Company (HMDC), which operates the platform, said the spill was released from one of the six storage cells that contain oil and water on the platform. 
"Hibernia's portfolio returns continue to outperform the market, and we are reporting another set of strong financial results, including increasing our net rental income and our full year dividend by over 16%," Hibernia Chief Executive Officer Kevin Nowlan said.
Hibernia REIT is acquiring 92.5 acres from the Irish Rugby Football Union for initial consideration of EUR 27m (USD 30.43m).
Both the IRFU Land and the Additional Land adjoin Hibernia's existing holdings and both are zoned for agricultural use under South Dublin County Council's Development Plan (2016-2022).
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Since 1997, SNC-Lavalin has been the provider of inspection services for Hibernia. As a component of the contract, SNC-Lavalin is responsible for the provision of inspections related to the integrity and reliability of the Hibernia platform and the upcoming Hebron platform.
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It features a representation of the statue of Hibernia - the historic personification of Ireland - on top of the GPO, the centenary dates and the name Hibernia.
Dolmen Property Group, a San Francisco-based real estate developer, said it has completed renovations at Hibernia Bank, a nationally recognized historical landmark and one of the city's most celebrated architectural gems.
If the Esso Northumbria and its launch by Princess Anne in May 1969 is still well-remembered , its sister ship - the Hibernia - is perhaps less so.