Report summaryExploration activity began offshore Ireland in the early 1960s yet the country remains under-explored and few commercial discoveries have been made. To date, exploration has yielded five commercial gas fields but no commercial oil fields. The bulk of offshore exploration activity occurred in the 1970s and 1980s in the Celtic Sea and Porcupine Basin. During this period the Kinsale Head and Seven Heads, Spanish Point, Helvick and Ballycotton discoveries were made. However, due to the ...
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