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Statoil pulling out of Ireland

category national | environment | news report author Wednesday February 01, 2006 02:23author by nina Report this post to the editors

Statoil have decided to pull out of Ireland ("and rather look to the east..")

Norwegian media have reported that Statoil are pulling out of Ireland.
The decision comes one day after Statoil decided to sell their 30% share of the Ringsend gas works. according to Morten Henriksrud head of Statoil information the decission has "nothing to do with the protests over the Corrib gas line" "the company just wants to look to the east and focus its intrests in the nordic and Baltic countries.. " this means tthat Statoil will sell its 236 petrol stations in Ireland.

it didnt say anything about their future role in the Corrib pipeline

the above info is from aftenposten.no and nrk.no/nyheter

way to go the rossport 5 and all their supporters!!

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   What'll we do without Statoil Man(TM)     breakfast roll man    Wed Feb 01, 2006 10:39 
   Statoil     John    Wed Feb 01, 2006 13:02 
   Signs are Ominous for the Irish oil/gas users and the Rossport Five!     Gyro    Wed Feb 01, 2006 14:02 
   Spoil Statoil's Market     The other John    Sun Feb 05, 2006 16:41 
   Hmm     Me07    Thu Apr 19, 2007 01:53 


 
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