Geoscience Ireland (GI) is delighted to welcome CDE to the business network. CDE is the world’s number one wet processing equipment company for sand and aggregates, mining, C&D waste recycling and industrial sands.
Sean Canney TD, Minister of State for Natural Resources, has welcomed the results of a survey of the 38 companies in the Geoscience Ireland cluster that showed turnover for 2018 stands at €1,024,519,082 and that 253 net new jobs were created last year. The Geoscience Ireland business cluster is operated by Geological Survey Ireland, a division of the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment, and assists Irish companies in winning business in international markets. Read more
CSA Global provides expert technical and management consulting services, as well as independent corporate advice to mining and exploration companies, and financial and legal groups worldwide.The business is headquartered in Perth, Western Australia and has offices that serves clients across Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas.
On the 12th and 13th of June, Geoscience Ireland attended a two day United Nations (UN) procurement conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. The event was jointly organised by Enterprise Ireland and its equivalent organisations in the United Kingdom, Slovenia, Netherlands and Denmark. In addition to Geoscience Ireland, seven other Irish companies who supply United Nations agencies across a range of areas were present. The UN represents a global market of over USD 10 billion annually for all types of goods and services. Read more
The GEO-ENERGY EUROPE (GEE) metacluster is proud to announce the launching of its website. The GEE website, www.geoenergyeurope.com, integrates and increases the visibility of the nearly 600 members, including over 300 SMEs, which cover the deep geothermal value chain. Read more
On the 7th of May 2019, the Geo Drilling Apprenticeship programme was validated by an academic panel in the Institute of Technology Carlow. The validation of the programme is the latest step in the establishment of the first bespoke apprenticeship which will train drillers to service Ireland’s growing geoscience sector. There is no formal pathway to a recognised qualification for drilling operatives working in Ireland at present. Read more