The Irish offshore oil and gas sector could create as many as 1,500 jobs a year, according to a report from PwC commissioned by the Irish Offshore Operators’ Association (IOOA).
Predator Oil & Gas Holdings ("Predator") is a Public Limited Company registered in Jersey Number 125419 listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange (Ticker PRD and ISIN JE00BFZ1D698) by way of a standard listing under Chapter 14 of the UKLA's Listing Rules.
Predator has two wholly owned subsidiaries: Predator Oil & Gas Trinidad Ltd. and Predator Oil and Gas Ventures Ltd. Our portfolio consists of upstream exploration, appraisal and development assets onshore Trinidad and offshore the Republic of Ireland.
Since its formation, Predator has built a diversified portfolio of oil and gas interests with the key focus being the pursuit of Enhanced Oil Recovery opportunities using carbon dioxide injection in Trinidad and exploration and appraisal gas assets offshore Ireland. The Company's board and management have many years experience around the world in creating, developing and executing oil and gas projects.
In an article in the Irish Examiner, Paul Griffiths talks about the energy supply implications of Brexit and how encouraging indigenous gas exploration and development provides for security of supply.
Around €500m is set to be invested in Ireland's oil and gas sector over the next two years, according to a new survey by PwC. "Predator Oil & Gas is hoping to drill in its Corrib South field in 2020 and Europa Oil & Gas are aiming to drill their Inishkea prospect in 2019 or 2020," the report said.