“Don’t give me promises of green jobs, if you can't tell me what qualifications I need, where will the jobs be based, when can I apply for them and how much the pay is.”
Grangemouth, Scotland’s last remaining oil refining capacity, could close as soon as 2025 amid a reported decline in North Sea oil output and falling demand for fuels.
In a report on the UK's net zero needs, the National Infrastructure Commission says there is "no public policy case" for hydrogen to be used to heat individual homes or other buildings.
GMB Scotland has said a "failure of government" is the cause of a major reduction in North Sea oil flowing through the Forties Pipeline System (FPS).
Unite the Union is balloting hundreds of engineering staff for strike action at the Grangemouth and Fawley Esso oil refineries as part of a pay dispute.
The climate action group, This is Rigged, staged protests at the Grangemouth oil refinery and Rothesay Dock oil terminal, leading to the arrest of 11 of its followers.
The INOES Grangemouth oil refinery was “occupied” by Climate Camp Scotland protestors over the weekend, five of which have been arrested.
Fund it or lose it: Chancellor’s £20 billion ‘only half’ of what is needed to capture and store UK carbon – Ineos
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s pledge to invest £20 billion in carbon capture technology over the next two decades is only half of what is needed to ensure the UK meets targets on polluting emissions.
INEOS has awarded engineering group Atkins the contract to design its “world scale” low-carbon hydrogen plant at Grangemouth, as it moves to meet net zero targets.
Fears are growing for hundreds of jobs at one of Scotland’s biggest employers as Grangemouth refinery’s Chinese backer prepares to appoint restructuring advisers.
Ineos has started a trial to transport hydrogen into the gas grid via a decommissioned pipeline in Scotland.
Ineos FPS will partner with Opex Group to deploy artificial intelligence technology at its Kinneil Terminal in Grangemouth, as part of its drive for emissions reduction.
Petrochemical giant Ineos has said it is “reasonably confident” that the Acorn project in Aberdeenshire will be selected as part of the UK government’s first two CCUS clusters.
Forth Ports, owner of seven ports on the east coast of Scotland, will submit a “green port” bid to the Scottish Government.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos is gearing up for a big push on its crucial North Sea Forties pipeline life extension project after Covid caused a year-long delay.
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".