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Corrib Pipeline - A rough guide to the Oral Hearing

category mayo | environment | opinion/analysis author Wednesday October 21, 2009 02:52author by JM Report this post to the editors

Notes on An Bord Pleanala Oral Hearing

Corrib onshore gas pipeline application (An Bord Pleanala ref. 16 GA 0004, 16 DA 0004)

19th May – 25th June 2009

Produced by Pobal Chill Chomain
July 2009

The attached document comprises the majority of questioning put to the applicant (Shell E&P Ireland Ltd) by An Bord Pleanala, and includes a summary of the verbal responses given (NOTE: questions from Thursday June 11th not included).

This text is compiled from handwritten notes and should be read only as a guide to the hearing, in conjunction with the application particulars, Environmental Impact Statement, accompanying drawings and the various Briefs of Evidence and supplementary documents.

[extract]

Nigel Wright – Would you agree with the description of a mushroom cloud as described in the Advantica Report?

Philip Crossthwaite – Yes

NW – What height of mushroom cloud would you get at 345 bar (upstream of LVI)?

PC – We don’t have that information

NW – Then how were the heat radiation figures modelled?

PC – Using fireball model

NW – For 345 bar?

PC – Yes

NW – What testing was done for 345?

PC – Testing not done for 345, used UK HSE models

NW – Has 345 been verified?

PC – No, 345 is extrapolated

NW – So there is some error, due to extrapolation?

PC – Yes.

NW - Did you do full scale tests?

PC – No, it costs too much to carry out large-scale tests

PDF Document Notes on An Bord Pleanala Oral Hearing - pdf 0.2 Mb

author by Chrissie - Shell to Sea Cambridgepublication date Thu Oct 22, 2009 08:54author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Thanks for the prιcis; we would appreciate more of the Oral Hearing if possible.
So, in the event of disaster, the horrendous consequences would be unforeseeably catastrophic for people, life, & lands in the vicinity of unspecified miles radius, continue for unknown time, & be unprovided for.....which is what local people have been warning for many years. But don't mind that, it will make some people a lot of money!

 
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