Irish onshore exploration company Falcon Oil and Gas has reported itself debt free and in “a strong financial position” ahead of a ruling on whether or not a ban on the practice of fracking in the area of Australia where one of its major assets lies will be lifted.
The debate over whether the UK will exit the EU has switched dramatically to the potential gains for some Irish shareholders and most Irish exporters should the so-called ‘Bremain’ side win the looming UK vote on EU membership on June 23.
Each quarter, every quoted US company provides results and updated guidance which is honed in on by analysts and investors to provide a gauge as to how the company is performing and how the outlook for the remainder of the year compares with the prior view.
Amid the myriad of events surrounding the 1916 Rising a narrative has developed about the key drivers of change in Irish society. That, understandably, has focused on the role of culture, labour, sport and women as agents of change behind the formation of the Irish Republic 100 years ago.
After almost a decade in the doldrums, renewed activity is expected across a number of fronts in Cork city’s docklands and quays in 2016, with knock-on effects on major sites downriver in Cork harbour including Marino Point and Ringaskiddy.