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Minister for Natural Resources, Fergus O’Dowd, today announced that the Geoscience Ireland (GI) consortium will be joined by six new members from different disciplines. GI is the umbrella group for Irish-based consultants and contractors providing geo-services to industry and state agencies across several sectors in over 50 countries. GI now has twelve members and further expansion will follow. Read more
Geoscience Ireland (GI) is pleased to announce that three new members have joined the GI partnership. They are:
Commenting on this development the Chairman of GI, Koen Verbruggen, said “The addition of these experienced partners to GI strengthens and broadens the scope of the services which this unique consortium offers.”
Further details of their projects will appear soon…
Sean Finlay took up the position of Director – Business Development for Geoscience Ireland (GI) earlier this month. His tasks will include adding new partners to the consortium of companies which comprise GI; access and evaluation of tender opportunities and marketing of the GI brand. Based in the Geological Survey of Ireland offices in Dublin, Sean commented
Geoscience Ireland (GI) provides a unique opportunity to develop business for Irish-based geologists, geotechnical engineers and hydrogeologists in mining, exploration, water and infrastructure development and in environmental services in international markets. GI will build on the outstanding success of Irish mining and oil and gas companies, focussing initially on Africa and will be supported by Enterprise Ireland in this venture.
IBEC’s Irish Engineering Enterprises Federation (IEEF) and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, launched a major new report, Winning Business in Africa – Building a Cluster for Infrastructure Projects, which identifies over 100 projects worth up to €12 billion in African countries for which Irish companies can bid over the next five years. Irish exports of goods and services to Africa were valued at over €2.7 billion in 2011, with the latest detailed CSO country figures on trade indicating growth of 7% in exports of goods during the first five months of 2012. Read more