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Corrib Natural Gas

   

Welcome to the Corrib Natural Gas Project, one of the most exiting and ambitious engineering projects ever undertaken in Ireland. Within these pages, you will find details about the history of the project, how the gas was found and how it will be taken ashore for distribution to the Irish market.

Latest Press Releases

Latest Press Releases

Update on Glengad Works.

Hot Topics

Hot Topics

Today, people are talking about treated water leaving Bellanaboy Bridge Gas Terminal, click here for more information…

Onshore Pipeline New Route

Onshore Pipeline New Route

Click here for details regarding public consultation within the pipeline route selection process.

Video Gallery

Video Gallery

View our short films to see life on a drilling rig, Erris residents visit terminals and pipelines, and a successful Peat Haulage programme.
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Investment in the Community

Investment in the Community

Where communities are concerned, the overall vision of the Corrib Gas partners is to be a good neighbour in the areas in which we operate.

Licences and Consents for the Corrib Gas Project

Licences and Consents for the Corrib Gas Project

As with many major infrastructural projects, the Corrib field development is governed by numerous and complex consents.

 

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