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Finbar Cafferkey - RIP

Shell to Sea

[Shell to Sea] Táimid go léir croíbhriste faoi bhás ár gcara cróga Finbar, a bhí dírithe ar phrionsabail na saoirse agus chomhionannais do gach duine.  Comhbhrón ó chroí lena chlann agus chairde go léir. Suaimhneas síoraí.

We are all heartbroken to hear of the death of our brave friend Finbar, who was guided by the principles of freedom and equality for all.  Heartfelt sympathies to all his family and friends.  Rest in peace.

Listen to Finbar sing his song "The Lovely Glengad Strand" here:



Posted Date: 
28 April 2023

Shell’s historic loss in The Hague is a turning point in the fight against big oil

Tessa Khan - TheGuardian

The oil giants that have helped drive the climate crisis are finally being forced to take responsibility for their actions

Posted Date: 
1 June 2021

Equinor prepares sale of Corrib gas field stake -sources

Ron Bousso & Dmitry Zhdannikov - Reuters

Norway's Equinor (EQNR.OL) is preparing to launch the sale of its stake in a natural gas field off the coast of Ireland, hoping to raise around $400 million, three banking and industry sources said.

Equinor holds a 36.5% stake in the Corrib gas project, located some 83 kilometres off Ireland's northwest Coast and which started operations in 2015.

Posted Date: 
27 May 2021

Fundraiser set up in aid of couple who passed away

The Connaught Telegraph

[Shell to Sea]  Ed and Mary Collins RIP

A fundraiser has been set up to help cover the costs of the funeral of a husband and wife in the county town who passed away within days of each other.

Mary Bridget Collins (née Carolan) died peacefully in her home after a short illness on the April 6, 2021. Eight days later, her husband Edward Francis Collins died suddenly.

Posted Date: 
26 April 2021

Shannon LNG has all permissions to build its fracked gas import terminal quashed in the Irish High Court after 13-year battle

Safety Before LNG

[Shell to Sea] Congratulations to campaigners against Shannon LNG on their latest victory.  Lovely tribute to Corrib and anti-fracking campaigners at the end of this press release.

- Conclusion of legal process opens window for an Irish ban on the importation of fracked gas as agreed in the Programme for Government.  

Local campaigners in North Kerry in the South-West of Ireland are reacting with sheer delight today at the news that the Irish High Court has quashed all developement consent for the Shannon LNG US fracked gas import terminal on the Shannon Estuary. Shannon LNG and New Fortress Energy have now lost ALL acquired rights to import fracked gas into Ireland.

Posted Date: 
11 November 2020
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