Cork Harbour - Energising the Region

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National Maritime College of Ireland

Ringaskiddy

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UPDATE: THIS EVENT IS ENTIRELY BOOKED. THERE ARE NO REMAINING SPACES AVAILABLE.


APOLOGIES. WE WILL BE MAKING THE PRESENTATIONS AVAILABLE FOLLOWING THE EVENT.


Vibrant, panoramic, dynamic, scenic, productive, clean and powerful are just some of the ways to describe Ireland's greatest natural resource and one of the world's largest and most unique ports - Cork Harbour.


From the historic legacy of a trading centre to today's modern port, Cork harbour is a world-class model of how industry, energy, tourism and leisure can not only exist in harmony together, but thrive in their co-existence through vision, collaboration and community.


To acknowledge and celebrate the unique role that Cork harbour plays in our environment, energy, commercial and tourism landscape in Ireland, Energy Cork and IMERC are hosting a one day conference entitled - Cork Harbour - Energising the Region on 12th December 2014.


Brochure and full agenda can be found at http://www.energycork.ie/energisingtheregion


Speakers will include:

Minister for Agriculture, Marine and Defence Simon Coveney TD

John Mullins, Chairman of Port of Cork

John Killeen, Chair of Galway Volvo Ocean Race Group

Gordon McIntosh, Director of Enterprise, Planning and Infrastructure, Aberdeen City Council

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National Maritime College of Ireland

Ringaskiddy

Ireland

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