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Post Office Network: Motion [Private Members] (7 Jul 2021)

Pa Daly: ..., the removal of dental services, the closure of the Courts Service office and now the removal of a Garda superintendent from the area. After talking for years about Shannon liquefied natural gas, LNG, rather than doing anything about it, the Government's idea now is just to introduce a task force which will kick the problem of depopulation and lack of employment further down the line. ...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Energy Policy (6 Jul 2021)

Eamon Ryan: ...of the security of energy supply of Ireland’s electricity and natural gas systems being carried out by my Department, it would not be appropriate for the development of any Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminals in Ireland to be permitted or proceeded with. Consequently this will mean that gas fired power stations will not use gas which is sourced from imported fracked LNG. The...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action: Reduction of Carbon Emissions of 51% by 2030: Discussion (Resumed) (6 Jul 2021) See 3 other results from this debate

Dr. Paul McGowan: Deputy O'Sullivan has raised very interesting points in his questions around LNG and other offshore licences. It is important to bear in mind that as we work towards a net-zero carbon future we have identified that Ireland will use predominantly gas and renewables. Those renewables will be made up of a variety of technologies, storage and so on, and there will also be...

Seanad: Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill 2021: Committee Stage (Resumed) (5 Jul 2021)

Alice-Mary Higgins: ...vote and therefore, a bit easier. One exception I will make is to amendment No. 108. The ruling I mentioned earlier was delivered in the process of a series of legal challenges to the Shannon liquefied natural gas, LNG, project, which Friends of the Irish Environment had taken. That points to the importance of clarity and transparency. We cannot argue that the issue of LNG is not...

Ábhair Shaincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Matters (1 Jul 2021)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: ...need to discuss the current status of the Danu school in Dublin 15 in relation to its move to Riversdale Community College; (4) Deputy Violet-Anne Wynne – the need to discuss the Shannon liquefied natural gas, LNG, development; (5) Deputy Gary Gannon – the need to discuss an independent inquiry into the death of Terence Wheelock; (6) Deputy Bríd Smith - housing...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Energy Production (1 Jul 2021)

Eamon Ryan: ...outcome of a review of the security of energy supply of Ireland’s electricity and natural gas systems being carried out by my Department, it would not be appropriate for the development of any LNG terminals in Ireland to be permitted or proceeded with. The review of the security of energy supply of Ireland’s electricity and natural gas systems is focusing on the...

Seanad: Planning and Development (Amendment) (No. 3) Bill 2021: Committee and Remaining Stages (28 Jun 2021)

Fintan Warfield: ...assessment does not just look at the effect of the extended period as a default situation. That is impermissible in the context of the appropriate assessment, as highlighted by the High Court in the Shannon LNG case.

Ceisteanna - Questions: Cabinet Committees (23 Jun 2021) See 2 other results from this debate

Micheál Martin: ...and the law in terms of single markets and competition and so on, individual member states cannot take unilateral actions in respect of enterprises. We have been very clear in our policy on LNG facilities. That remains the case. I do not necessarily agree with the Deputy in respect of electric vehicles, EVs. The target of 1 million was set in previous climate action plans. However,...

Seanad: Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill 2021: Second Stage (21 Jun 2021)

Alice-Mary Higgins: ...That, too, may be in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights. I have two minutes left and there are many more issues to discuss, including data centres, biodiversity and liquefied natural gas, LNG. I am sure we will discuss them on Committee Stage. I will focus on the definition of "climate justice", which we spent hours discussing at the climate action committee, because it...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Departmental Policies (17 Jun 2021)

Eamon Ryan: ...will facilitate the expansion of offshore wind energy to help the country meet its greenhouse gas emissions targets. - The Government approved the Policy Statement on the Importation of Fracked Gas including a moratorium on the development of LNG import terminals pending the completion of review of security of supply. - Public consultations on the Community Benefit Fund for the...

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill 2021: Report and Final Stages (16 Jun 2021)

Danny Healy-Rae: ...of electricity will certainly increase because it will cost more to generate and transmit it. The Government will have to consider using gas. It has ruled out the Shannon liquefied natural gas, LNG, project, but we need gas in the interim because the wind does not blow all the time and energy derived from wind turbines cannot be stored. No less than anyone else, I appreciate alternative...

Planning and Development (Climate Emergency Measures) (Amendment) Bill 2021: First Stage (16 Jun 2021)

Bríd Smith: ...or businesses or challenge them. The Bill will address another gaping hole in the climate Bill the Minister, Deputy Ryan, is bringing before the House today, which is the issue of liquified natural gas, LNG, and fracked gas. Later today, we will be encouraged by the Minister and others to rejoice at the passing of the climate Bill, and although there are many provisions in it that we...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Natural Gas Grid (16 Jun 2021) See 1 other result from this answer

Cathal Crowe: 47. To ask the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment his position with regard to the proposed development of a LNG fracked-gas processing facility at Ballylongford, County Kerry; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [32315/21]

Select Committee on Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Business of Select Committee (8 Jun 2021)

Brian Leddin: ...agreed? Agreed. Before beginning, I will address a letter sent to the committee that was reported on in today's Irish Independentrelating to the proposed construction of a liquefied natural gas, LNG, facility. I would like to clarify a number of points. Deputy Whitmore's amendments were ruled out of order last week as they were outside the scope of the Bill. I have never sought to hide...

Select Committee on Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill 2021: Committee Stage (3 Jun 2021) See 2 other results from this debate

Bríd Smith: This amendment is in recognition of the campaigning done up and down the country against liquified natural gas, LNG, of which the Minister is aware. This is a recognition that it is a very important issue. I am aware that we will deal with it in the rapporteur's report and we will have a different conversation about it in the committee, but we need to deal with it in the Bill. We must...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Environmental Policy (1 Jun 2021)

Eamon Ryan: ...outcome of a review of the security of energy supply of Ireland’s electricity and natural gas systems being carried out by my Department, it would not be appropriate for the development of any LNG terminals in Ireland to be permitted or proceeded with; - the Government will work with like-minded European States to promote and support changes to European energy laws – in...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Energy Policy (26 May 2021)

Michael Healy-Rae: ..., Climate Action and Environment when the proposed review of energy needs will take place in view of the recent announcement in which support is being provided on a moratorium on the proposed LNG project which actually should have started in 2020 but did not take place; and the timeframes and dates that are envisaged for same. [28609/21]

Joint Oireachtas Committee on European Union Affairs: Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement: Discussion with Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment (26 May 2021) See 1 other result from this debate

Lynn Boylan: .... Let me give an example of regulatory chill at home. Maybe the Tánaiste can rule this out for us. The programme for Government contained a commitment to ban the importation of liquified natural gas, LNG, at Shannon. It was previously on a list of projects of common interest, PCIs, of the European Commission. The Government removed its support for the initiative from the PCI...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Energy Policy (25 May 2021)

Eamon Ryan: ...outcome of a review of the security of energy supply of Ireland’s electricity and natural gas systems being carried out by my Department, it would not be appropriate for the development of any LNG terminals in Ireland to be permitted or proceeded with; - the Government will work with like-minded European States to promote and support changes to European energy laws – in...

Questions on Promised Legislation (20 May 2021) See 2 other results from this debate

Bríd Smith: It is interesting to note that the Minister, Deputy Ryan, and the Attorney General are on the same page when it comes to liquid natural gas, LNG, and fracked gas. The Minister said, "I remain as determined as ever to halt the damage caused by fracking." While saying he opposes LNG and fracked gas, he also says that he cannot do anything about it. The Minister has said that he cannot ban...

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