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Should the Government back the controversial LNG plant in Kerry?

Tensions are flaring in and out of government over a controversial liquefied natural gas plant that a US firm wants to build on the southern tip of the Shannon Estuary. Is the plant likely to boost our energy security, or would its construction do...

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07.30 10 Aug 2022


Should the Government back the controversial LNG plant in Kerry?


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07.30 10 Aug 2022


Tensions are flaring in and out of government over a controversial liquefied natural gas plant that a US firm wants to build on the southern tip of the Shannon Estuary.

Is the plant likely to boost our energy security, or would its construction do unrecoverable damage to our climate change targets?

For more on this Newstalk Breakfast spoke to Niall Collins Minister of State at the Department of Further and Higher Education and also William Hederman a spokesperson for Climate Camp Ireland.


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