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Shell announces new route for Corrib gas pipeline

Belfast Telegraph: Shell announces new route for Corrib gas pipeline

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Shell Ireland has announced a new proposed route for the controversial Corrib gas pipeline.

The 9.2km route is twice as far away from houses in the area compared to the previously approved route.

The company says it will be preparing an environmental impact statement and other statutory applications over the coming days.

The pipeline route is on display in the RPS project office in Seafield House in Belmullet for the local community to view.

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/breaking-news/ireland/article3618034.ece

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1 Comment on “Shell announces new route for Corrib gas pipeline”

  1. #1 JM
    on Apr 17th, 2008 at 18:18

    SHELL TO SEA PRESS RELEASE 17/04/2008 – Pipeline route

    The announcement today of a pipeline route by Shell and Statoil signals further failure by the Corrib developers. The reality is that there is no consent for an inland refinery or any production pipeline in our community.

    This proposed route announced today literally cuts through the heart of our community. It exposes not just the people of Rossport but the people of the entire parish of Kilcommon to unprecedented and unacceptable risk. We do not give our consent to this and will resist it through every legal, political and campaigning means open to us, even though this could lead to more years of unnecessary conflict.

    This entire project has been the cause of untold misery, strife and unhappiness for our families and community. Our duty is to protect and defend the integrity and safety of our place and people.

    This conflict can be resolved if there is a genuine willingness on the part of Shell and Statoil to reach agreement and secure real consent. The tragedy is that there has always been a better way. What we need is resolution and agreement, not the forced imposition on an unwilling community of an unwanted and unsafe project.

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