Oil and gas in Ireland - exploration, production and research
Ireland produces an average of 239 mmcf (6.76 million m³) of gas per day from two offshore gasfields. This represents about 18% of the country's primary energy requirements. A pipeline network relays gas to most of the major centres of population and industry and the construction of a gas import/export interconnector with the UK started early in 1993. The country has one refinery. situated on the south coast.