Corrib

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According to Petrel’s John Teeling, ‘the Irish offshore is a sorry scene’.

No income, no profit, no change, many shareholders would suggest, when it comes to John Teeling’s Petrel Resources. Overall, the explorer reported a(...)

Ireland is seen as an expensive place to explore given the geological difficulties and the market price for the finished product

Good news is rare in the exploration sector focused on Ireland’s offshore potential. Kinsale and Corrib apart, no commercial discoveries of gas have b(...)

While a major and prolonged interruption to energy, especially electricity, may be highly unlikely, it is a key task of government and of the regulatory authorities to ensure this never happens

In the second World War Ireland faced a severe shortage of energy as the UK prioritised its own energy needs. As a result, Irish Shipping was establis(...)

An view from the air of construction in Galway city. A €500 million bypass option to relieve traffic congestion in the city would involve a new bridge over the river Corrib and two short tunnels on the city’s east side.  Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy/The Irish Times

A €500 million bypass option to relieve traffic congestion in Galway would involve a new bridge over the river Corrib and two short tunnels on the ci(...)

The Corrib terminal. The Corrib gas partners had hoped gas would be brought ashore in 2011 - but this was before An Bord Pleanála ruled that half of a proposed overground pipeline would be unsafe, necessitating the construction of the tunnel.

The Corrib Gas partners are now counting the cost of a contentious An Bord Pleanála ruling as the bill for the project is set to hit almost €3.4 billi(...)