In many ways the CCS world with its wells, reservoirs and sealing cap-rocks will be familiar to PESGB members.
The Danish Energy Agency has granted permission for CO2 injection and storage to begin at the country’s Greensand pilot project, as part of an initial four-month trial.
Ineos has apologised to Central Belt residents after a ‘process upset’ led to hours of flaring at Grangemouth on Thursday evening.
Extinction Rebellion has targeted a number of companies it sees as implicated in fossil fuel production, including service companies, financiers and a PR company.
Kent has been awarded a three-year framework contract to monitor the structural integrity of Ineos’ Southern North Sea assets.
A reluctance to take a bet on the unknown; it’s a frequent gripe levelled at North Sea operators when it comes to decommissioning.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos has struck a deal with Pacific Gas for four, 99,000 cubic meter very large ethane carriers (VLECs).
Belgium and Denmark have entered into a “ground-breaking agreement” allowing captured C02 to be shipped across their borders and stored under the North Sea.
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.
INEOS and its partners in the Solsort Unit, Danoil and Nordsøfonden, have agreed on a Final Investment Decision regarding the development of the Solsort West field.
Danish drilling rig operator, Maersk Drilling has secured a four-well contract in Denmark worth £30 million with Ineos.
Large-scale testing has begun to support an initiative aimed at storing carbon emissions in the subsurface of the North Sea.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s Ineos has posted net profits of £472 million thanks to the soaring price of oil and gas that has left families unable to heat their homes.
Ineos boss, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, has shown interest in taking the reins at Manchester United if current owners Glazer decide to sell.
Aberdeen-headquartered Wood (LON:WG) has secured a contract from Ineos worth in excess of $100 million (£83m) to build “Europe’s most innovative” olefins complex in Belgium.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos has given its backing to a bid to create a green freeport on the Firth of Forth.
INEOS and SINOPEC have signed three back-to-back deals worth a combined $7 billion (£5.8bn) which are expected to generate a combined turnover of around $10bn from 7 million tonnes of capacity.
Europe will need to ration natural gas to meet winter heating demand if the Nord Stream pipeline doesn’t restart after planned maintenance, according to Ineos Group.
Lewis Hamilton has defended “Just Stop Oil” protestors who stormed the F1 tracks at Silverstone over the weekend.
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.
A pioneering London-listed clean hydrogen fund has invested £10 million in fuel cell innovation company Bramble Energy.
Ineos has invited engineering design contractors to tender for the design of a hydrogen production plant equipped with carbon capturing capabilities at its Grangemouth site.
A pioneering clean hydrogen investment fund has paid out around £50 million since starting up.