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While he said he is “not particularly worried at the moment” and has not encountered any negative reaction from potential farm-in partners arising from last week's vote, Mr Mackay said any political uncertainty raises warning flags in the industry. Last week, the Irish Offshore Operators' Association called the ...
The Irish Offshore Operators' Association (IOOA) said a ban on drilling for indigenous oil and gas will not decrease emissions and won't help Ireland along the way to a low carbon economy. It said more clarity is needed on the bill “very soon” and said, in its current form, it will only create “significant degrees ...

Representative body the Irish Offshore Operators' Association concurs. “Brexit continues to cast a shadow of uncertainty around Ireland's long-term energy security and against that backdrop, it is important that the current balanced fiscal environment remains to ensure Ireland's international competitiveness ...
The main representative body for Irish exploration firms has suggested the Government should review its fiscal and taxation terms for oil and gas finds within the next 12 months. The Irish Offshore Operators' Association has said a review would be timely by the end of this year or in the first half of next year.
... viability of Ireland's exploration sector] rather than just next year; 2017 will be an important year – with companies working data, trying to attract farm-in partners and undertaking seismic studies - but not a make-or-break one,” said Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association (IOOA).
“Over the years, we've had false dawns, but we currently have a critical mass of big global players that have participated in the auction of licensing options,” said Pat Shannon, a professor of geology at University College Dublin and chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators Association. “I also think that ...

Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association called the awards “a significant and positive development in Ireland's energy landscape, which has the potential to deliver real benefits for Irish energy security and supply”. “This is positive news and demonstrates that there is very strong ...
All the UK Offshore Operators Association regulatory accommodation outfit and equipment, as required for this kind of vessel, have been carefully studied and laid out to enhance a speedy access and flow of survivors to the different treatment, resting or sitting areas. Below decks, there are a number of ...
At the end of 2013, the European Space Agency (ESA) started analyzing possible GNSS evolutions within the maritime sector. Various techniques have been investigated in close collaboration with the maritime community. The use of satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) corrections in maritime receivers is currently ...
The Irish Offshore Operators' Association welcomed the interest which they said was not a surprise despite the low price of a barrel of oil. Chairman Pat Shannon said exploration companies now had better seismic data and were encouraged by successful finds off the Newfoundland coast. Prof Shannon ...
Arguably the most surprising thing about Irish offshore in the past few months is the level of optimism still abounding, from industry bodies such as Energy Ireland and the Irish Offshore Operators' Association (IOOA) to active companies such as Providence and Europa Oil and Gas, which was the partner ...
Representative body the Irish Offshore Operators' Association concurs. “Brexit continues to cast a shadow of uncertainty around Ireland's long-term energy security and against that backdrop, it is important that the current balanced fiscal environment remains to ensure Ireland's international competitiveness ...
The main representative body for Irish exploration firms has suggested the Government should review its fiscal and taxation terms for oil and gas finds within the next 12 months. The Irish Offshore Operators' Association has said a review would be timely by the end of this year or in the first half of next year.
... viability of Ireland's exploration sector] rather than just next year; 2017 will be an important year – with companies working data, trying to attract farm-in partners and undertaking seismic studies - but not a make-or-break one,” said Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association (IOOA).
“Over the years, we've had false dawns, but we currently have a critical mass of big global players that have participated in the auction of licensing options,” said Pat Shannon, a professor of geology at University College Dublin and chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators Association. “I also think that ...
This is all good news for Ireland as it is an expensive and hostile environment for exploration,” said Prof Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association, a representative organisation for companies working off the Irish coast. Shannon, an emeritus professor of geology at UCD, said there ...
Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association called the awards “a significant and positive development in Ireland's energy landscape, which has the potential to deliver real benefits for Irish energy security and supply”. “This is positive news and demonstrates that there is very strong ...

The Irish Offshore Operators' Association welcomed the interest which they said was not a surprise despite the low price of a barrel of oil. Chairman Pat Shannon said exploration companies now had better seismic data and were encouraged by successful finds off the Newfoundland coast. Prof Shannon ...
Arguably the most surprising thing about Irish offshore in the past few months is the level of optimism still abounding, from industry bodies such as Energy Ireland and the Irish Offshore Operators' Association (IOOA) to active companies such as Providence and Europa Oil and Gas, which was the partner ...
LONDON — Two decades after being discovered, natural gas began flowing on Wednesday from wells off Ireland's northwest coast. Royal Dutch Shell, the oil company, said it had begun producing gas from undersea wells, part of an effort for Ireland to produce more of its own resources. Opening the taps ...
The Irish Offshore Operators' Association has said a review would be timely by the end of this year or in the first half of next year. This would ...
... undertaking seismic studies - but not a make-or-break one,” said Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association (IOOA).
... undertaking seismic studies - but not a make-or-break one,” said Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association (IOOA).
... options,” said Pat Shannon, a professor of geology at University College Dublin and chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators Association.
... Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association, a representative organisation for companies working off the Irish coast.
Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association called the awards “a significant and positive development in Ireland's ...
All the UK Offshore Operators Association regulatory accommodation outfit and equipment, as required for this kind of vessel, have been ...
UK Offshore Operators Association (UKOOA), Surveying and Positioning Committee, “Guidelines for the Use of DGPS in Offshore Surveying,” Issue 1, London, ...
They also met representative groups including Ibec, the Irish Offshore Operators' Association, and the American Chamber of Commerce to the ...
The Irish Offshore Operators' Association welcomed the interest which they said was not a surprise despite the low price of a barrel of oil.
... from industry bodies such as Energy Ireland and the Irish Offshore Operators' Association (IOOA) to active companies such as Providence ...
Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association, a trade group, said that the area where Corrib is, known as the Atlantic ...
The paper reports on comments from the Irish Offshore Operators' Association, which represents Irish exploration firms.
The Irish Offshore Operators' Association has said a review would be timely by the end of this year or in the first half of next year.
... just next year; 2017 will be an important year - with companies working data, trying to attract farm-in partners and undertaking seismic studies - but not a make-or-break one," said Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association ...
... just next year; 2017 will be an important year - with companies working data, trying to attract farm-in partners and undertaking seismic studies - but not a make-or-break one," said Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association ...
... false dawns, but we currently have a critical mass of big global players that have participated in the auction of licensing options," said Pat Shannon, a professor of geology at University College Dublin and chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators ...
This is all good news for Ireland as it is an expensive and hostile environment for exploration," said Prof Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association, a representative organisation for companies working off the Irish coast ...
Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association called the awards "a significant and positive development in Ireland's energy landscape, which has the potential to deliver real benefits for Irish energy security and supply".
All the UK Offshore Operators Association regulatory accommodation outfit and equipment, as required for this kind of vessel, have been carefully studied and laid out to enhance a speedy access and flow of survivors to the different treatment, resting ...
At the end of 2013, the European Space Agency (ESA) started analyzing possible GNSS evolutions within the maritime sector. Various techniques have been investigated in close collaboration with the maritime community.
The Irish Offshore Operators' Association welcomed the interest which they said was not a surprise despite the low price of a barrel of oil.
Pat Shannon, chairman of the trade group known as the Irish Offshore Operators' Association, seconded that assessment. He noted that Atlantic Margin, the area beneath the ocean where Corrib is situated, likely will be found to have other generous ...
Arguably the most surprising thing about Irish offshore in the past few months is the level of optimism still abounding, from industry bodies such as Energy Ireland and the Irish Offshore Operators' Association (IOOA) to active companies such as ...
Arguably the most surprising thing about Irish offshore in the past few months is the level of optimism still abounding, from industry bodies such as Energy Ireland and the Irish Offshore Operators' Association (IOOA) to active companies such as ...
Pat Shannon, chairman of the Irish Offshore Operators' Association, a trade group, said that the area where Corrib is, known as the Atlantic Margin, was promising for oil and gas operators.
The main representative body for Irish oil and gas exploration firms, the Irish Offshore Operators' Association, outlined its desire to see more incentives for marginal field operators, as well as a lowering of the corporate tax rate for such companies ...
The Irish Offshore Operators' Association (IOOA) has today welcomed the publication of the Government's Energy White Paper.


 

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