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Gas Networks Ireland suspends meter readings
Gas Networks Ireland, the owner and operator of Ireland’s gas transmission and distribution network, today announced the suspension of all non-essential work, including meter readings.
Gas Networks Ireland Outlines Route of €20m ‘Gas to Listowel’ Project
Gas Networks Ireland is pleased to announce details of the project route to bring natural gas to Listowel town. This major infrastructure project represents a €20m investment to connect Listowel to the natural gas network.
Delivering Gas to Wexford - Progress of Works
Delivering the €25m Plan - ‘The Wexford Town Gas and Water Project’, involves the construction of a new gas distribution network for Wexford Town as well as the replacement of old water mains in the town, and is being delivered jointly by Gas Networks Ireland and Irish Water on behalf of Ervia.
UPDATE - Nenagh’s €17 million Ervia project on schedule to deliver significant benefits to local residents and businesses
Excavation work on Dublin Road to get underway on April 24
Nenagh’s €17 million Ervia project on schedule to deliver significant benefits to local residents and businesses
Main bulk of work around town centre due to be complete by the end of the month
Wexford Town Gas and Water Project Making Steady Progress
•Phase 1 of project currently underway and progressing well, completion expected mid 2017. •4km section of gas mains expected to be commissioned within the coming weeks. •Investigative works to assist with the design of Phase 2 currently underway. •Project has been updated to include provision of Natural Gas for the new Divisional Garda Headquarters on Mulgannon Road, and the replacement of water mains on Lower John Street.
Gas Networks Ireland launches €700k Compressed Natural Gas Vehicle Fund
Fund will allow businesses to reduce transport costs and emissions
Saggart conviction for unlawful interference with gas meter
Gas Meter Tampering Puts Family, Neighbours and Own Lives at Risk
Gas Networks Ireland and Topaz agree €1.45m deal to install Ireland's, first public Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) re-fuelling station
As an alternative transport fuel, CNG will allow businesses to reduce transport costs and emissions
Castleknock Apprentice one year in to Gas Networks Ireland Apprenticeship Programme
Conor Maher, from Castleknock, County Dublin, chosen as one of 14 Gas Networks Ireland apprentices out of almost 1,100 applicants
Mallow Apprentice one year into Gas Networks Ireland Apprenticeship Programme
Philip Cremin, from Mallow, County Cork, chosen as one of 14 Gas Networks Ireland apprentices out of almost 1,100 applicants