Daniel Murray on the week in business
The funding was provided to the Irish Centre for Research in Applied Geosciences, which works in partnership with several Irish universities and 150 researchers
The appointment of a former adviser to the Minister for Children by the Irish Offshore Operators Association means there are now three former senior government advisers working for the oil and gas industry body
Since beginning its operation in 2015, the project has effectively paid no tax on its production due to extremely liberal 1992 licence tax terms and a peculiarity in Irish hyrdrocarbon law that allows set-up costs to be offset against future tax
People Before Profit TD Brid Smith said this weekend that she was currently taking legal advice, and that she believed there were substantial grounds for a challenge
Chief executive of NextDecade Kathleen Eisbrenner died after a tragic accident in her Texas home
The refusal of a ‘money message’ has killed off People Before Profit's Climate Emergency Measures Bill. Now there are calls for a judicial review of the decision
The government’s strategy aims to double the number of companies engaged with the European Space Agency to 100 and double employment in the sector by 2025 to 10,000
Corrib pipeline protests, increased petroleum taxes, a political campaign against oil and gas and...
The Climate Change Advisory Council chairman said the merit of banning gas exploration was less clear, as it would remain a significant part of the energy mix for the next 20 years of transition
Independent Alliance minister John Halligan has urged the Taoiseach not to go to the polls in the...
Limited partnership registrations have doubled in the last three years and are 'abnormally high', according to the Companies Registration Office
The Bill makes over 50 amendments to the original 1994 Act and to the Irish Collective Asset-Management Vehicles (ICAV) Act 2015
Questions already being asked about whether poorest people will be hardest hit - and if electric transport plans are too ambitious