Advertisement Linkedin Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up TWO men arrested for questioning over the attempted murder of Limerick drug dealer Christy Keane have been released without charge after spending seven days in Garda custody.However a woman in her 30s remains in garda custody after she was arrested on Tuesday night.Keane, (55) was shot a number of times in the car park of the University of Limerick Sports Arena on June 25 last in an early morning hit that resulted in two getaway cars being burned out in a nearby estate near where Keane’s younger brother Kieran was murdered in 2003.Five men, Desmond Dundon, of Hyde Road; David “Frogs Eyes” Stanners, of Pineview Gardens, Moyross; James McCarthy, of Delmege Park, Moyross; Christopher “Smokie” Costelloe, of Moylish Avenue, Ballynanty Beg and Anthony “Noddy” McCarthy, of Fairgreen, Garryowen were all jailed for life after they were convicted of murdering Kieran Keane and for the attempted murder of Owen Treacy.Nine arrests have been made in connection with the attempted murder of Christy Keane and Gardaí made three applications before special sittings of Limerick District Court to extend the periods of detention for two men who were arrested last Tuesday week.A third man in his 50s, who was also arrested last Tuesday, was later released without charge.Christy Keane was left in a critical condition after he suffered a number of gunshot wounds.Gardai are continuing to investigate a line of inquiry that a hand gun used by one of the would-be assassins jammed as Keane got ready to go to the University Arena gym around 6.40am.Chief Superintendent Dave Sheahan said that the investigation was being carried out “expeditiously”.On Tuesday night, the two men from the Northside of the city, were released without charge.Gardai say that the preparation of a file for the Director of Public Prosecutions is continuing but they are now focusing their investigation on the questioning of the woman in her 30s who was arrested on the northside of the city.The woman can be detained for a period of 72 hours. Facebook Email Twitter Print NewsBreaking newsWoman arrested as men released over Christy Keane attempted murderBy Staff Reporter – February 24, 2016 1188 WhatsApp Previous articleHomeless thief robbed wheelchair userNext article#GE16 – You ask the questions – part 3 Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie
Oil and gas company ADX Energy has found a farm-in partner for its acreage in Italy. The partner, SDP Services Limited, will fund a part of its work program in the 363 C.R-.AX Permit.ADX Energy on Wednesday said it would farm out a 50 percent interest in the license to SDP. The offshore license contains the Nilde Oil Redevelopment Project and the “successfully tested” Norma and Naila oil discoveries offshore Italy.SDP will fund the work program commitments of Audax Energy Srl (Audax) a wholly owned subsidiary of ADX up to a maximum of Euro 20.82 million to earn a pro-rata interest of 50% upon completion of funding. The farm-out is subject to the Italian Licensing Authorities ratifying the license.Upon ratification of the License SDP will receive 5% net profits royalty interest attributable to any future production from the Nilde Field. ADX will remain operator of the license.According to ADX, SDP is a privately owned specialized oil and gas services company providing drilling, seismic, testing, hydraulic fracturing, and logging services with offices in London.“This farm-out transaction provides the financial support required by the Italian Licensing Authorities and places ADX in a strong position to seek ratification of the License,” ADX said on Wednesday.Ian Tchacos, Executive Chairman of ADX, commented “The Board of ADX is pleased to have secured this potentially important Farmout transaction with SDP Services. We expect that the funding support provided by SDP will break impasse with the Italian Authorities and lead to the long overdue ratification of the license.”He was referring to the Italian authorities’ recent evaluation which said ADX’s Audax subsidiary had insufficient financial capability to fulfill its Permit commitments, adding an additional requirement for the licensee to have upon license ratification the capacity to bear the cost of futurecommitted work program expenditures in the Permit, including the costs of drilling a well in year 4 of the Permit.“Upon ratification, a substantial investment in the Nilde Re-Development project has the potential to unlock substantial value for ADX and SDP shareholders. Nilde at current oil prices is potentially a very valuable project as outlined in the attached project summary and we now can start to look forward to getting back on track,” Tchacos said.
Lawrence Paul Mahl, 62, of Batesville, Indiana, died Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at his residence.Larry was born in Rome, New York on July 20, 1957 to Clifford and Gennie Ludwin Mahl. Following high school Larry joined the Navy and honorably served his country. He worked as an electrician for a power company and also was employed at Pentecost Tours in Batesville. Larry was a Member of St. Louis Catholic Church in Batesville and was very active in the church.Larry is survived by two brothers: Teddy Mahl and wife Vera of Blossvale, New York and Brian Mahl and wife Vickie of Manor, Pennsylvania; a nephew: Brian Mahl Jr. and wife Sierra of Pennsylvania; a niece: Stephanie Mahl of Pennsylvania; and many friends in the Batesville area. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Lloyd Mahl.Cremation was chosen and there will be no public services. Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements. For more information or to share condolences or memories, go to www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to serve the Lawrence Mahl Family.