Geological Survey Ireland (GSI) has published a Guide to Creating, Developing and Maintaining a Business Cluster by Dermot Duff of TCD Business School. This Guide follows the publication in May 2020 by GSI of a Report on the Formation and Maintenance of a Successful Business Cluster. Koen Verbruggen, Director of Geological Survey Ireland commented; “Both […]
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A survey recently undertaken by Geoscience Ireland (GI) has shown, despite a pandemic and unprecedented volatility in trading relations with the United Kingdom, GI’s member companies reported the creation of 69 net new jobs throughout 2020. The small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) that form the bulk of Geoscience Ireland’s membership created 108 jobs in the […]
The article below was published in the Business Post on the 25th of October 2020. Irish geoscience companies and the wider construction sector have the capacity and ability to deliver key infrastructure, both in Ireland and overseas Geoscience is the understanding of the earth beneath us and that understanding is crucial in how we design […]
Project Title: Jubilee Pool Geothermal Well Drilling Date: 2019 Location: Cornwall, United Kingdom Client: Geothermal Engineering Ltd (GEL) Business Sectors: Geothermal, Drilling Services (Technical Disciplines): Dual rotary surface casing installation and down the hole hammer drilling with high pressure compressed air. Project Objectives/ Outcomes: Meehan Drilling Ltd. was awarded the project to drill and complete […]
The Sunday Business Post published an interview with Sean Finlay on the Geo Drilling apprenticeship on the 23rd of August. A link to the interview is available here. The text of this article is provided below. Geoscience apprenticeship drills down to opportunity The two-year Geo Drilling Apprenticeship gives a new generation of drillers the formal […]