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Flurry of offshore oil and gas consent applications made

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

9th June, 2019

Three new oil and gas applications were lodged last week to the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment. The latest flurry brings to eight the number of oil and gas consent applications lodged in the first half of this year.

The applications were put in by the China National Offshore Corporation and Europa Oil.

Of the four most recent applications, two by Europa Oil are in the Porcupine Basin off the south-west coast of...

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