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General Overview

General overview on the Corrib gas project.

Developing CNG

The Corrib Field has been developed as a sub sea production facility with onshore processing.

The Bellanaboy Bridge Gas Terminal

The main purpose of the terminal is to process and dry the gas by removing liquids so that it is suitable to flow into the Bord Gáis Eireann (BGE) pipeline network.

The Pipeline

A pipeline will carry the Corrib gas from the subsea wells to the onshore terminal – a journey of approximately 90 kilometres.

The Tunnel

The onshore pipeline was the final phase of the Corrib gas project to be completed.

Corrib Field and Subsea Technology

Five wells have been drilled 3,000 metres below the seabed at the Corrib field and are ready for production.

Corrib Timeline

Timeline of the Corrib gas project.

The Corrib Gas Story

Watch the Corrib Gas Story – and understand our challenges and our successes, as we move ahead to bring Corrib gas on-stream in North-West Ireland. Gas from the Corrib field, 83km offshore, will be piped directly to the Bellanaboy Bridge gas terminal located approximately 9 km from the shoreline in County Mayo.