POLARCUS Amani, the ultra-modern, ice-class, 3D seismic vessel arrived in the port of Ringaskiddy recently. Pat Rabbitte TD, Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources welcomed the crew and was given a tour of the high spec seismic vessel. The 92m Polarcus Amani is about to undertake one of the largest ever 3D seismic surveys offshore Ireland, towing a seismic array behind the vessel of approx. 1.4 km width by
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WEST Cork’s Barryroe oil field which is estimated to contain 1.6bn barrels of oil could be producing oil within three to four years. That was the verdict of Providence Resources CEO Tony O’Reilly Jr at the compnay’s AGM held in Dublin recently.
OIL exploration company Providence Resources have today revised upwards estimates of how much oil can be extracted from the Barryroe Oil Field off the coast of West Cork. In its latest assessment, Providence estimates that the field should produce in the region of 280m barrels of oil.
IRISH oil exploration company Providence Resources says there could be even more oil than first thought in the Barryroe oilfield off the West Cork coast. The company has just published the initial results of a survey of the oil field that lies 50km of the West Cork coast.
THE share price of Irish oil exploration company Providence Resources has risen further on the news of another significant oil prospect off of the coast of West Cork. The new discovery is in the Drombeg licence area about 200km south of Castletownbere.
WEST Cork could be set for a massive oil boom following the latest revelations from oil exploration company Providence Resources which estimates the Barryroe Oil Field is four times bigger than originally thought.
OIL exploration company Providence Resources has confirmed that results form the Barryroe test rig some 40 miles off the West Cork coast has returned oil flows of more than 3,500 barrels per day. Analysis also suggests the oil is of high quality and the field could contain up to a billion barrels. The test results were much better than expected and though it is still early days it now looks
WEST Cork could soon see it’s own mini oil-boom if the latest findings by oil exploration company Providence Resources prove to be true. The Irish firm, headed by Tony O’Reilly have issued a report on the Barryroe Field in the Celtic Sea which indicates that it could become Ireland’s first commercially viable oil field. So far the company has only drilled test wells to see if there is potential to