Petrofac has been awarded an “enhanced” five-year deal with Ineos FPS (Forties Pipeline System) in the North Sea.
Up to 200 jobs are at risk at the Petroineos oil refinery in Grangemouth.
Wood, of Aberdeen, is teaming up with gas distribution network company SGN to create a "decarbonisation roadmap" for the north-east and east coast of Scotland.
More than 150 workers at Bilfinger UK could face the axe as the company confirmed it has begun redundancy consultation for staff currently on the Covid-19 furlough scheme.
Around 80 jobs have been saved at Altrad Services after union pressure saw the firm reinstate workers under the government’s furlough scheme.
Fire crews have extinguished a blaze at the site of the Grangemouth oil refinery.
Medical services have descended upon petrochemical giant Ineos' Grangemouth Refinery following an incident at the plant.
Dales Marine Services, already regarded as one of the leading UK ship repair and maintenance companies, is also being recognised for its expertise and prominence in the vessel decommissioning sector.
Energy service firm Bilfinger UK has said it will double its Scottish workforce after winning two multimillion-pound contracts with Ineos.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos will invest £500 million to extend the life of a key North Sea pipeline system by "at least 20 years".
A £210 million waste to energy plant will create 500 jobs at Grangemouth when construction gets under way next month.
Funding has been secured to push ahead with two major energy projects in Fife and at Grangemouth.
Workers have voted to restore recognition of the Unite union at the Ineos petrochemical site at Grangemouth.
The operator of the Grangemouth refinery recorded a 10-fold increase in profits last year.
Fracking firm Ineos has announced its intention to invest £60 million in the expansion of its Grangemouth site.
An investigation into rule changes made to the Contracts for Difference (CfD) second auction round has found that it will increase costs to UK consumers by £100 million a year.
The Scottish Government’s fracking ban is facing a legal challenge from petrochemical giant Ineos.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos will expand its Grangemouth facility as part of a portfolio of major projects aimed at boosting its ethylene production.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos yesterday launched a staunch defence of its track record as an employer and infrastructure owner after agreeing to buy the Forties pipeline system from BP for £200million.
Ineos has lodged plans for a security management centre and gatehouse which could permanently close off a section of public road in Falkirk.
Ineos has been given an improvement notice after being accused of failing to take “all measures necessary” to prevent major accidents at its site at Grangemouth.
A former executive director of Greenpeace is to advise petrochemical giant Ineos on climate change.
An analyst at Douglas Westwood has predicted that fracking will not turn into a thriving industry in the UK.
Ineos boss Jim Ratcliffe is said to be trying to axe tea breaks for 1200 workers at Grangemouth.
After six years of planning what was dubbed an “impossibel” task, Ineos has completed its first shipment of ethane to Grangemouth. Energy Voice was there to capture the event as one of its Dragon class vessels, the Ineos Insight,made its way under the Forth Road bridge. Watch the footage below.