Although she never set out to be a chief executive, Rosheen McGuckian has proved a dab hand at it
US places sanctions on credits and loans to oil giant with a maturity longer than 90 days
Company not directly affected by sanctions, but weakening rouble a concern
New call centre roles will support Airtricity’s growing energy retail operations in Ireland
Acquisition by SNC-Lavalin values Tipperary-based engineering group at €1.16 billion
Exploration company will evacuate non-essential personnel as a 'precautionary measure'
GE-backed plant made €25 million profit in 2012, and is likely to have bigger surplus last year
Merger of Kinder companies will create the largest energy infrastructure company in North America
As weather gets colder, the possibility of interruption of Russian gas supplies to Europe could see prices rise
Renewable energy providers in Ireland in strong position to compete for such funds
Oil and gas exploration company increases interim dividend by 33% to $0.20 a share
Regulator to increase public service levy by total of €125 million over 12 months
Lower than anticipated iron ore prices dented mining business
Project lenders will now receive payments under a so-called cash sweep dependent
Bord Gáis and now ESB are borrowing €500 million to boost the State’s income. Are the good times back in the State energy sector?
Explorer posts net loss of $95 million on the back of $1.26 billion in revenues
Oil company wanrs that increasing sanctions against Russia could “adversely impact” business
Why must the Government re-route its borrowings through State entities?
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