Tommy Broughan Talks About North Dublin Fuel Pipeline Plan

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TOMMY BROUGHAN TD talks to Pat Meehan about the plan build a 16 kilometre jet fuel pipeline in Dublin which has been called “crazy”.
The plan would see a pipeline built from Dublin Port to Dublin Airport, along the route of the Malahide Road, before cutting across Belcamp and up to the airport.
It would dissect a busy residential belt including East Wall, Fairview, Marino, Clontarf, Donnycarney, Artane, Coolock, Darndale, Ayrfield, Clare Hall and Burnell
The plan has been mooted for a number of years, but has now seen a formal planning application lodged with Dublin City and Fingal councils.
Fingleton White, the company behind the plan, say that the plan would bring Ireland in line with the UK and other nations.

Duration: 14'45" DATE: May 7, 2015
Interviewer:Pat Meehan
Producer:Pat Meehan
Interviewee:Tommy Broughan
Themes:Local News
Keywords:Aviation Fuel, Tommy Broughan, Pipeline, Dublin Port, Dublin Airport
LocationNorth Dublin Time Period:2015
Type:Sound Language:English
Creator:Near FM Publisher:Near FM
Identifier:NEARFM_20150507_NST_001.mp3
Rights:Creative Commons License
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