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Deenihan intervenes over gas interconnector

The cabinet is to discuss new proposals from the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) to fund the operation of the state's second gas interconnector.

26th February, 2012

The cabinet is to discuss new proposals from the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) to fund the operation of the state's second gas interconnector, amid claims that the plans threaten the financial viability of a €600 million re-gasification project in Kerry.

Arts minister and Kerry TD Jimmy Deenihan last week said he would ask the cabinet to examine the regulator's proposal to make a number of gas suppliers pay for the cost of the new...

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