Monthly Archives: June 2012

Oil up on US economy; heat wave lifts natural gas

Upbeat U.S. economic news boosted the price of oil Wednesday, while scorching temperatures lifted natural gas to its highest level in more than five months. Benchmark crude rose 85 cents to $80.21 per barrel in New York. Brent crude, which … Continue reading

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How much is the Barryroe oil find actually worth to Ireland?

With Ireland still in turbulent financial water’s the news recently that we had struck oil may have seemed like a golden ticket. Certainly, the suggestion that the well at Barryroe, south of Cork, can pump oil at a rate of around … Continue reading

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Bloomsday-June 16th

“Every life is many days, day after day. We walk through ourselves, meeting robbers, ghosts, giants, old men, young men, wives, widows, brothers-in-love. But always meeting ourselves.” James Joyce, Ulysses Joyce first came up with the idea for Ulysses as a … Continue reading

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Oil rises above $85 after US crude supply drop

The price of oil rose above $85 a barrel Wednesday, buoyed by a broad rise in global financial markets and a report showing U.S. crude supplies fell more than expected last week, suggesting demand may be improving. By early afternoon … Continue reading

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OLYMPIC TORCH COMES TO DUBLIN

©Jon Candy On June 6th the Olympic Flame comes to Dublin. Ireland will become the only country outside of Greece and the UK to host the 2012 Olympic Flame. 41 torch bearers will carry the historic flame through the streets … Continue reading

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