Gas Networks

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Niall Gleeson, currently a senior director with Shanahan Engineering, will become managing director of irish Water.

Irish Water has appointed a new managing director who will also serve as deputy chief executive of the company’s parent, Ervia. Niall Gleeson, curre(...)

Julie Ennis

Service provider Sodexo has appointed a new managing director of corporate services, with Julie Ennis stepping into the role. Ms Ennis joined the com(...)

Natural gas supplies around one third of Ireland’s energy needs, and is burned to generate around 50%  of the electricity used here

Natural gas began flowing this week through a new €100 million pipeline linking Ireland and Scotland. State company Gas Networks Ireland has just co(...)

 A well production test at the Corrib field off the Mayo coast. The committee heard  the  field supplies 50%  of the country’s gas needs, but will  be exhausted in 2025

Legislation to ban oil and gas exploration off the Republic’s coast stalled on Tuesday after an Oireachtas committee failed to vote in favour of movin(...)

Denis O’Sullivan managing director of Gas Networks Ireland. “We connect between 13,000 and 14,000 new customers a year, and we operate one of the safest and most reliable networks in Europe.” Photograph:  Shane O’Neill

Denis O’Sullivan may have an answer to a quandary facing Irish agriculture. Our beef and dairy industries have drawn flak as a source of greenhouse ga(...)

A smart control panel for a domestic heater. Photograph: iStock

Decarbonising Ireland is not for the faint-hearted. When it comes to home heating, the scale of the task is immense. Ireland has two million homes. A (...)

Ervia controls Irish Water, Gas Networks Ireland and Aurora Telecom. Photograph: iStock

State-owned multi utility company Ervia increased its profit last year by almost 73 per cent, primarily on the back of significant gains for Irish Wat(...)

Fleet operators around the country can now switch from vehicles powered by heavy emission fuels to a cleaner and cheaper gas alternative

Amid the backlash against diesel engines and pending bans on diesel cars in certain European cities, many commercial vehicle operators are looking tow(...)

The natural-gas filling station at Topaz’s Dublin Port premises will have the capacity to fill up to 70 HGVs, with each fill taking no more than five minutes. Photograph: David Sleator

Gas Networks Ireland and Topaz have agreed a €1.45 million deal to open and operate Ireland’s first natural-gas filling station at Topaz’s Dublin Port(...)