A Dublin based fuel retailer and wholesaler has been named on the latest tax defaulters list as owing Revenue €9.168m.
DMG Energy Limited, with an address at Trinity House, Charleston Road in Ranelagh, was found to owe €3.4m in unpaid tax, along with €2.6m in interest and €3.2m in penalties.
The case arises following a Revenue investigation and relates to the non-declaration of excise duty and under-declaration of VAT.
The company is now in liquidation and none of the money due had been paid by September 30.
Michael Feeley, a company director and farmer with an address at Antogher Road in Roscommon, is also named on the latest defaulters list.
He owed Revenue €4.92m in tax, interest and penalties over the non-declaration of capital gains tax that was discovered during a Revenue audit.
Mr Feeley had paid the full amount owed by September 30.
Also named is Danny Fitzpatrick, a company director from Ashton Heights, Newry in Co Down.
A Revenue audit found that he had under-declared income tax and owed Revenue €1.932m in unpaid tax, interest and penalties.
By the end of September, he had paid back €6,680 of what he owed.
Shabra Plastics and Packaging Limited, a packaging firm based at Killycard Industrial Estate, Castleblayney, Co Monaghan was also listed.
It was found to owe Revenue €1.789m in tax, interest and penalties, having under-declared VAT following an investigation case, but has since paid what it owed.
Oil distributor Princeville Enterprises Ltd is also on the list.
It has an address at The Bridewell, Carrickmacross in Co Monaghan and was found to have owed Revenue €819,331 in unpaid tax, interest and penalties arising from the non-declaration of excise duty and the under-declaration of VAT following an audit.
It has paid what it owes.
While construction contractor, The Courtyard Associates Ltd, of Dolmen House, Parkway Roundabout in Limerick, was listed as still owing €260,114 of €412,568 that it was found to owe Revenue at September 30.
Its case arose from an audit by Revenue and relates to the under-declaration of PAYE, PRSI and USC.
In total Revenue made 17 settlements during the third quarter of the year, totalling €19.985m.
Eight of the cases were for amounts in excess of €100,000, with five of those above €500,000 and four greater than €1m.
Between July and September, Revenue settled 212 audits and investigations, as well as 10,914 risk management investigations, which collectively yielded €88.3m in tax, interest and penalties.
A further 80 cases involving a court imposed fine, imprisonment or other penalty were also published, totalling €183,098 in fines.
32 related to failing to lodge a tax return, with 24 connected to misuse of marked oil and 24 were for excise offences.