Daniel Murray

Daniel Murray

Irish mariners join pledge to ban use of heavy fuel oil in the Arctic Circle

Irish mariners join pledge to ban use of heavy fuel oil in the Arctic Circle

The Irish Institute of Master Mariners (IIMM) has become the latest organisation to sign an inter...

Flurry of offshore oil and gas consent applications made

Flurry of offshore oil and gas consent applications made

Three new oil and gas applications were lodged last week to the Department of Communications, Cli...

Daniel Murray on Business

Daniel Murray on Business

Dragon McEvoy set to go solar with her latest move

It’s not the fastest or the fittest or the strongest that survive, it’s those that adapt best to their environment

It’s not the fastest or the fittest or the strongest that survive, it’s those that adapt best to their environment

Like his brother Domhnal of Avolon fame, John Slattery has enjoyed a meteoric rise through the aviation industry. Now he’s about to take over as boss of the newly-minted Boeing Brasil

Ibec chief McCoy slams climate bill as ‘moronic’

Ibec chief McCoy slams climate bill as ‘moronic’

Comments were made as the lobby group launched a ‘sustainable economy’ road map

Exploratory drilling off Kerry ‘under way’ after state grants consent

Exploratory drilling off Kerry ‘under way’ after state grants consent

Drilling of an exploratory oil and gas well off the coast of Kerry by a Chinese state-owned compa...

Chinese state oil company and Exxon Mobil can drill off Kerry coast

Chinese state oil company and Exxon Mobil can drill off Kerry coast

Minister of State at the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment Sean Canney granted the consent to drill in the Porcupine Basin after the application passed its latest and final environmental test

Battery recycling ‘vital’ to future of the electric car revolution

Battery recycling ‘vital’ to future of the electric car revolution

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for the disposal/recycling of batteries is being proposed as a key part of the redrafted Battery Directive, which was originally transposed into Irish law in 2008

Oil and gas drilling application clears hurdle

Oil and gas drilling application clears hurdle

An application to drill an exploratory oil and gas well off the coast of Kerry by the Chinese National Offshore Oil Corporation and Exxon Mobil has passed its latest and final environmental assessment

More fund vehicles on way as government finalises investment legislation

More fund vehicles on way as government finalises investment legislation

The long touted makeover of the Investment Limited Partnership Act 1994 has been finalised by the Department of Finance and is understood to contain significant changes

Profile of Robert Watt: Mandarin of mystery

Profile of Robert Watt: Mandarin of mystery

A highly respected but outspoken civil servant, he has never been shy in expressing his numerous dissenting opinions

Cold perspective

Cold perspective

As the Arctic ice cap continues to melt and new trading routes emerge from the north, Ireland finds itself in the path of a powerful evolving region. What are the opportunities and the very real environmental risks, and what role should we play?

Secret EU report: fares would rise 10%, but carbon emissions would drop 11% through aviation fuel tax

Secret EU report: fares would rise 10%, but carbon emissions would drop 11% through aviation fuel tax

A leaked report from the European Commission has said that an EU-wide aviation fuel tax would rai...

Electrifying performance by Crowley start-up €40m deal springs surprising revamp for Jaguar

Electrifying performance by Crowley start-up €40m deal springs surprising revamp for Jaguar

Entrepreneur Norman Crowley has struck a deal to produce an electric classic Jaguar car with a pr...

Europa lodges oil and gas application for new site near Corrib gas field

Europa lodges oil and gas application for new site near Corrib gas field

An application for an oil and gas well site survey 4km from the Corrib gas field was lodged late ...