Campaigning NGOs to brief politicians on LNG Terminal Risks

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Campaigning NGOs to brief politicians on LNG Terminal Risks

Tomorrow, Wednesday 19 June, the campaigning NGOs Frack Action, Not Here Not Anywhere, and Friends of the Earth will brief politicians in Leinster House on the dangers and risks associated with the Government’s proposed State-led Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) import terminal.

This event, hosted by Neasa Hourigan TD, will occur at 2pm this Wednesday 19th June in the AV Room, Leinster House. 

Event Details:

  • Date: Wednesday, 19th June 2024

  • Time: 2 pm

  • Location: AV Room, Leinster House

This briefing is a response to the Government's recent Energy Security Review Package.

A significant highlight of the session will be the release of a new report titled "Keep Ireland LNG Free: Unpacking the Energy Security Review & Detailing How a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit Will Impact Ireland's Climate Goals", presented by Not Here Not Anywhere.

Julia Walsh from Frack Action, USA, will discuss the Biden administration's ban on new LNG export terminal permits. 

Jerry Mac Evilly, Head of Policy at Friends of the Earth, will emphasise the importance of enshrining strict climate conditions as raised by the Government's Energy Security Review Package, ahead of any decision on a temporary emergency reserve.


  • Míde Power, Not Here Not Anywhere

  • Julia Walsh, Director, Frack Action

  • Jerry Mac Evilly, Head of Policy, Friends of the Earth