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November 2017

€38m revenue hit for Corrib partners after gas problems

By: 
Gordon Deegan - Irish Independent

Corrib Gas Partners lost out on estimated natural gas revenues of around €38m in the third quarter of this year as a result of odourless gas getting into the network and a scheduled downtime.

Production ceased at the Bellanaboy gas terminal in Co Mayo on September 9th for a scheduled downtime and a total of 31 days of production were lost.

This was as a result of odourless gas being pumped into the gas network in the west of Ireland after the plant was restarted temporarily.

Posted Date: 
1 November 2017

Odourless gas costs Corrib producers

By: 
Gordon Deegan and Geoff Percival - Irish Examiner

The firms behind the Corrib gas field may have lost out on an estimated €38m in revenues in the third quarter as a result of odourless gas getting into the gas network and a scheduled downtime.

 

 

The release of the odourless gas has resulted in two inquiries — by the Commission for Regulation of Utilities and the Environmental Protection Agency.

Posted Date: 
1 November 2017