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Within these pages you will find details about the delivery of Corrib Natural Gas to the Irish market, its importance in securing Ireland's energy supply and the benefits it brings both locally and nationally.

You will also discover the history of the project, how the gas was found and how it will be brought ashore.

The Corrib Gas Story

Find out about the Corrib gas project and its history.

Corrib Gas Project Development

Offshore and onshore structures combine to make up the Corrib project.

Corrib in the local community

The overall vision of the Corrib Gas Partners is to be a good neighbour in the areas in which we operate.

Safety and the Environment

Safety and environmental protection have been integrated into every aspect of the Project.

Securing our Energy Future

Corrib will provide up to 60% of Ireland’s gas at peak supply.

Key Stories

An Artist’s View of Corrib

The construction sites for the Corrib gas project in North Mayo are not where you would expect to find a working artist. For the last eighteen months the painter Richard Hearns, has been working on a series of canvases which was commissioned by Shell E&P Ireland Limited.

Shell recognised by RSA with Leading Lights Road Safety award

A campaign by Shell E&P Ireland Limited to promote driver safety has been recognised by the Road Safety Authority (RSA) with a Leading Lights Award. The award was presented by Mr Gay Byrne, Chairman RSA, at a function in Farmleigh House in the Phoenix Park on Dec 11.

Connecting Students to Industry Leaders in Science and Technology

The 9th edition of Science & Technology in Action (STA), an educational resource for science students in secondary schools was launched by the Minister for Research & Innovation, Seán Sherlock, TD recently.

SEPIL support St Vincent De Paul


An urgent appeal has been made to the public by the chairman of the Belmullet St Vincent De Paul Society to continue to support charitable organisations in the work they do to help the less well off in society.

Council Review

Read the Council Review article "SEPIL protects Mayo environment"