Friday October 30, 2020

Ryan to feel heat over UK firm’s ambitious fossil fuel strategy

Predator Oil & Gas has submitted plans to build three floating liquefied gas terminals and make Ireland a major exporter of it to Britain

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray
18th October, 2020
Minister Eamon Ryan will be under pressure to maintain his party‘s opposition to LNG infrastructure at a time when there are concerns about Ireland’s energy security

Eamon Ryan is set to come under pressure over a private company’s ambitious new fossil fuel plans which, if completed, would result in Ireland becoming a major importer and exporter of gas.

The Business Post can reveal that Predator Oil & Gas has submitted plans to the government to build three floating liquefied gas (LNG) terminals, develop “Europe’s largest gas storage facility”, and turn Ireland into a major exporter of the fossil fuel...

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