Energy Ireland Yearbook 2017

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Now in its 18th year, the Energy Ireland Yearbook is a high quality reference source for users interested or involved in Irish energy – from inside or outside Ireland. This includes policy-makers, regulators, energy company executives, facilities managers, large energy users and professional firms servicing Ireland’s rapidly developing energy markets. The yearbook covers all aspects of Irish energy from major policy issues and sub-sectoral analysis through to comprehensive listings of energy companies and agencies as well as the many equipment suppliers, consultants and service providers active in the sector. The yearbook also has an extensive section on the efficient use of energy and a special feature on how to purchase electricity effectively in the competitive market. The Energy Ireland Yearbook is the only detailed guide to Irish energy (north and south) covering all the main sectors including:
  • Electricity;
  • Natural gas network and market;
  • Oil and gas exploration and production;
  • Renewable energy including offshore and onshore wind, bioenergy, marine renewables;
  • Energy services including CHP.
Energy Ireland Yearbook 2017
Chapter 1: Irish energy policy
  • Global energy context
  • European energy policy
  • Irish energy policy: Republic of Ireland
  • Energy policy: Northern Ireland
  • North/South energy market
  • Government departments, local energy agencies and other energy organisations
Chapter 2: Natural gas
  • Natural gas in Ireland
  • Gas network development in Ireland Natural gas in Northern Ireland
  • Gas to the West
  • Natural gas organisations and companies Gas licence holders
  • Renewable gas
  • Natural gas in transport
Chapter 3: Electricity
  • Electricity sector: Republic of Ireland Power generation
  • Electricity sector in Northern Ireland Electricity regulation in Ireland
  • Electricity organisations and companies Electricity licences and authorisations
Chapter 4: Oil and gas exploration and downstream petroleum
  • Irish oil and gas: History, prospectivity and policy
  • Oil and gas exploration in Northern Ireland Developments in the Irish oil and gas sector
  • Upstream oil and gas companies operating in Irish waters Industry organisations
  • Downstream petroleum overview
  • The Irish oil market
  • Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) market Petroleum retailing
  • Downstream petroleum companies Services companies
  • Industry associations
Chapter 5: Renewable and indigenous energy
  • Introduction
  • Renewable and indigenous energy (RoI)
  • Wind energy development in Ireland
  • Offshore renewables development
  • Peat resources and use
  • Renewable energy in Northern Ireland
  • Offshore renewable energy in Northern Ireland Waste-to-energy technology
  • Geothermal energy in Ireland
  • Renewable and indigenous energy organisations
Chapter 6: Sustainable energy use and procurement
  • Energy sustainability in Ireland
  • Energy transport policy
  • Energy management for large energy users Sustainable energy use in buildings Sustainable energy use:
  • Republic of Ireland Sustainable energy use: Northern Ireland The ENERGY IRELAND Buyers Guide
Chapter 7: Who’s who in Irish energy
  • An A-Z guide to the leading players in the Irish energy sector, North and South
Chapter 8: The Energy Ireland Directory
  • Consultants, advisors, equipment suppliers and representative groups in the Irish energy sector
  • Representative groups and associations in Irish energy Consultants and advisors
  • Legal advisors
  • Financial and economic consultants
  • Technical and engineering consultants
  • Environmental services
  • Equipment Suppliers (comprehensive listings to include) Power generation and CHP
  • Renewable energy technology:
  • Wind energy
  • Bioenergy
  • Solar energy
  • Monitoring and control systems, instrumentation
  • Air conditioning, refrigeration, heating and insulation products
  • Industrial gases
  • Mechanical fabrication, pipes, valves and pumps Electrical contractors and service providers
  • Water treatment and waste management Geological/geothermal products and services
  • Offshore services:
  • Marine services
  • Drilling services
  • Operations and maintenance Offshore civil engineering
  • Reference Section: Energy Tables
  • Energy Approximate Equivalents Standard Conversion Factors

The Energy Ireland Yearbook is aimed at both those executives working in the Irish energy sector directly and those serving the sector as consultants, advisors and suppliers.

It is of particular interest to those individuals who need to gain an understanding of the main issues affecting the Irish energy sector and who require contact details for the key players in the sector. It is aimed at people based either north or south in Ireland as well as energy players from outside Ireland who have an interest in Irish energy. The Energy Ireland Yearbook is an essential desktop aid for:

  • Chief Executives / Managing Directors
  • Finance Directors
  • Technical / Engineering Managers
  • Business Analysts / Planners / Economists
  • Heads of Business Development
  • Project Developers
  • Bankers, Providers of Finance
  • Head of Strategy / Corporate Planners
  • Legal Advisors
  • General Managers, Energy Companies
  • Senior Policy Makers / Regulatory Officials
  • Large Users of Gas and Electricity
  • Facilities Managers
  • Engineering Contractors
  • Equipment Suppliers
  • Engineering and Technical Consultants

The Energy Ireland Yearbook is on the desks of top decision makers in the Irish energy sector and senior managers in companies that are major energy users.

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Energy Ireland Yearbook 2017