Limerick climbers to scale four peaks for Pauline

first_img Previous articleLimerick soldiers to be pardonedNext articleSouthhill benefit Guest Writer Email Facebook #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ Print Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launch WhatsApp TAGSclimbersMilfordMusic Limerick Twitter Advertisementcenter_img A GROUP of Limerick climbers will scale the highest peaks in each province of Ireland in just 48 hours to raise money for the Milford Hospice.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Don Caulfield (30) from Pallaskenry was inspired to do the challenge after his aunt Pauline Keyes died of cancer in November.The group, whose collective journey will be over 800 miles in just two days, will climb a total of 3,626 metres taking in Mweelrea in Mayo, Slieve Donard in Down, Lugnaquilla in Wicklow and Carrauntoohill in Kerry.Don, a youth worker in Moyross, said the Milford Care Centre were amazing with Pauline. “She died two days after her 40th birthday after just eight weeks of aggressive cancer. Milford couldn’t have been better. They even organisied a birthday celebration for her and were so accommodating when it came to visitors,” he said.The group will climb to the summits on Saturday and Sunday May 18 and 19. To donate see RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Harvest Fair cancellation puts pressure on care centre #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy NewsLimerick climbers to scale four peaks for PaulineBy Guest Writer – May 9, 2013 862 Linkedin Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday last_img read more

Woodfibre LNG granted permit for design changes

first_imgWoodfibre LNG received Canadian federal government approval for the changes to the LNG export project in British Columbia that were the result of the Squamish Nation process and ongoing design work.In March 2016, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, issued a decision statement saying that the Woodfibre LNG project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects, Woodfibre LNG reminded in its statement.However, in early 2017, Woodfibre LNG Limited applied to amend the Decision Statement to address proposed design changes to the Woodfibre LNG project.Minister McKenna reissued the decision statement on March 7, 2018, for the Woodfibre LNG project, which included the design changes.The design changes are the result of the Squamish Nation selection of air cooling as the cooling technology for the project as well as front-end engineering design (FEED) work.The design changes include, changing from seawater cooling to air cooling of the plant, upgrading an existing intake on Mill Creek rather than constructing a new intake and, short-term use of water from Woodfibre Creek during construction.The federal government’s revised decision statement follows the July 2017 approval of an environmental assessment certificate amendment by the Province of British Columbia.The Woodfibre LNG project is located approximately 7 km west-southwest of Squamish, British Columbia, involves construction and operation of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility on the previous Woodfibre Pulp Mill site, which would have a storage capacity of 250,000 cubic meters and would produce approximately 2.1 million tonnes per year of LNG.Woodfibre LNG Limited is a privately held Canadian company based in Vancouver, and a unit of Pacific Oil & Gas Limited, which is part of the Singapore-based RGE group of companies.last_img read more