Brian O’Cathain of Petroceltic: the Dublin-based oil and gas exploration company is still in the sights of Dragon Oil, which aborted a £500 million bid for it in December. Photograph: Eric Luke

Petroceltic International, the Dublin-based oil and gas company embroiled in a bitter row with its biggest shareholder, Worldview Capital, is still i(...)

Petroceltic chief executive Brian O’Cathain. Petroceltic International has urged shareholders to vote against the resolutions proposed by Worldview at the upcoming EGM.

Petroceltic International, the exploration company embroiled in a bitter struggle with its major shareholder Worldview Capital, has launched an intens(...)

Brian O’Cathain , chief executive of Irish oil producer Petroceltic International. Petroceltic’s biggest shareholder - Worldview - is seeking an EGM to replace to replace Mr O’Cathain.

Irish oil producer Petroceltic International said it expected to produce 16.5-18.5 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (mboepd) this year, after(...)

US telco giant AT&T is considering a bid for Eircom. REUTERS/Mike Blake

AT&T eyes Eircom The Sunday Business Post reports US telco giant AT&T may be considering Eircom as a potential low-tax route into Europe. The (...)

Oil and gas exploration firm Petroceltic International has reached agreement with shareholder Worldview Capital Management over a proposed placing to (...)

Petroceltic International chief executive Brian O’Cathain. The Dublin-based explorer has said the Algerian state oil company, Sonatrach, is to increase its stake in the Asarene licence in Algeria.

Dublin-based exploration company Petroceltic International is to sell part of its stake in the Ain Tsila gas development to Algerian state oil company(...)

Petroceltic chief executive Brian O’Cathain said exploration drilling activity during the first half of the year was limited to  unsuccessful wells in Bulgaria and Egypt

Pre-tax losses at exploration firm Petroceltic International widened to $5 million (€3.79 million) in the first half of the year, despite soaring reve(...)

Petroceltic International chief executive Brian O’Cathain. The company has begun drilling two new wells in Kurdistan and Romania.

Dublin-based exploration company Petroceltic International has begun drilling for gas off the coast of Romania and for oil in Iraq’s Kurdistan region,(...)

Petroceltic chief executive Brian O’Cathain. The Dublin-based exploration company has been awarded a new Greek licence. Photo:  Matt Kavanagh

Dublin-based exploration company Petroceltic International has been awarded one-third of the Patraikos block in the Gulf of Patra off the west coast o(...)