Rossport (official name: Ros Dumhach) is a Gaeltacht village in northwest County Mayo, Ireland. It came to national prominence in 2005 when five local men were jailed for refusing to allow Royal Dutch Shell access to their lands. Shell, with the assistance of the Irish government, planned to lay a raw gas pipeline straight from the Corrib gas field through the village. The Shell to Sea campaign, based in Rossport and the surrounding villages, continues to oppose the multinational's plans. In 2007, Rossport native Willie Corduff won the Goldman Environmental Prize for his staunch opposition to Shell's plans for his area.