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Texan firm plans liquefied natural gas terminal in Cork Harbour

NextDecade project comes amid controversy over fracking and Shannon LNG terminal

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

11th November, 2019
The unit in Cork Harbour would handle large volumes of liquid gas supplies from the south of the US.

A Texan firm is poised to seek permission for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal in Cork Harbour by the end of this year, according to plans seen by The Sunday Business Post.

It comes amid controversy over the proposed Shannon LNG terminal in Co Kerry, which has been criticised by celebrities including Mark Ruffalo, Cher and Michael Moore over fears it will facilitate the importation of fracked gas from the US....

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