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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

@danieltmurray
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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