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LICENSING PROCESS



Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Integrated Pollution Prevention Control (IPPC) Licence - application not yet submitted (as of December 2nd 2011)

Foreshore Licence to construct marine part of Shannon LNG Terminal - 23 April 2010

Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) Processing of Shannon LNG Request for Exemption from Regulated Third Party Access - 15th April 2009

Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) Licence for Shannon LNG Pipeline - December 9th 2009

Planning Permission for Road Widening from Tarbert to proposed LNG Site and Compulsory Acquisition of adjoining Land - 2nd November 2009

Section 5 Referral to An Bord Pleanála on the legality of 'Project Splitting' - 17th February 2009

Planning Permission for the LNG Pipeline and Compulsory Acquistion  of Adjoining Land- February 17th 2009

Bord Pleanála Planning Decision on SemEuro petroleum storage installation adjacent to proposed LNG terminal. Pre-application consultation. Withdrawn December 19th 2008
 
Bord Pleanála Planning Decision that 26-kilometre Shannon LNG Pipeline from Tarbert to Foynes qualifies as a development to be considered under the Strategic Infrastructure Act 2006- July 22nd  2008

Planning Permission for the LNG Terminal - decision made March 13th 2008

Bord Pleanála Planning Decision that Shannon LNG Terminal qualifies as a development to be considered under the Strategic Infrastructure Act 2006- September 7th 2007