We are looking for third level students studying in the areas of Finance, Business, Environment and Engineering to join our Internship programme.
The Corrib Gas partners provide two scholarship programmes for students in Erris, Co. Mayo.
Learn about the delivery of Corrib Natural Gas to the Irish market, its importance in securing Ireland's energy supply
See how the Corrib gas project has helped individuals, companies and the Erris region of Co. Mayo to progress
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Ongoing Status Update
Work is ongoing to remove a quantity of un-odourised gas, which entered the Gas Networks Ireland (GNI) network.
Flaring is expected to continue today at the Bellanaboy Bridge Gas Terminal to remove the gas in a safe and controlled manner.
Shell E&P Ireland Limited (SEPIL) will continue to update local residents. SEPIL regrets any inconvenience caused by this operational incident.
All operations at the Bellanaboy Bridge Gas Terminal continue to operate safely.
An internal investigation has commenced and SEPIL is working with the necessary authorities and GNI to resolve this issue as soon as possible.
The safety and security of our employees, our contractors and the communities in which we operate is the number one priority
Minimising environmental impact is central to the entire Corrib project
The Corrib gas field has the potential to supply up to 60% of Ireland’s gas needs at peak production
We are helping to power lives around the world with natural gas, the cleanest-burning hydrocarbon.
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Bringing Corrib gas, a valuable natural resource, to the Irish market poses an exciting engineering challenge.
We aim to be a good neighbour wherever we work, by contributing to the well-being of nearby communities.
During development, the Corrib project was Ireland’s largest construction site