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Oil and gas company to apply for LNG import licence

Jersey-based Predator proposes to use floating storage units and claims liquefied natural gas brought to Ireland ‘would not be dependent on shale fracking’

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

29th May, 2020
Liquefied natural gas storage tanks: Predator proposes to use floating storage and regasification units here

Predator Oil and Gas Holdings is to apply for a licence to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) into Ireland, the Business Post has learned.

The Jersey-based company announced its intention to apply for the licence after it signed confidentiality agreements with a global supplier of LNG and the owner of LNG regasification vessels.

A new Irish subsidiary is to be formed called Predator LNG Ireland Ltd to handle the licence application and to...

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