Cork gas terminal plan to go ahead despite boss’s death

Cork gas terminal plan to go ahead despite boss’s death
Kathleen Eisbrenner

Chief executive of NextDecade Kathleen Eisbrenner died after a tragic accident in her Texas home

A plan to build Ireland’s first Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) import terminal by Texas LNG company NextDecade and the Port of Cork is set to go ahead despite the tragic death of NextDecade’s chief executive, Kathleen Eisbrenner. Eisbrenner died in May after suffering a devastating head injury following a fall in her home in Texas. She was 58 years old.

Eisbrenner spearheaded the floating terminal LNG project for NextDecade, visiting Cork in 2017 to...

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