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

18th October, 2020
Ryan to feel heat over UK firm’s ambitious fossil fuel strategy
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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