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).
Ineos chairman Jim Ratcliffe took aim at UK politicians over what he described as a "total lack" of energy policy, as flows through a key North Sea pipeline tail off by some 40%.
A sale of the assets by TotalEnergies would continue a trend of oil majors and private equity firms leaving the ageing UK sector.
INEOS has taken to social media to celebrate its Clipper South platform hitting the milestone of producing 200 billion cubic feet of gas following 11 years of production.
The project partners of the Acorn CCS development, selected today for Track 2 of the UK Government’s £1bn funding competition, have hailed it as a “defining milestone”.
Arrests have been made after six protestors from campaign group This is Rigged fixed themselves to the sole access road for INEOS' Grangemouth refinery, demanding the Scottish government oppose new oil licences.
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.
Energy services contractor Sparrows has won a multimillion pound deal with Ineos in the North Sea.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe said the windfall tax raises doubts about upgrades to the Forties Pipeline System.
INEOS has taken to social media to share how its “world leading” carbon capture storage site in Denmark, project Greensand, works.
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.
‘Big moment’ hailed as Danish CCS project injects CO2 from an Ineos chemicals site in Belgium – marking the first major cross-border transport and storage of emissions in Europe.
Ahead of first CO2 injection tomorrow, we head to Ineos' Greensand CCS project to find out how the development will help inform Acorn carbon capture and storage in Aberdeenshire.
Ineos Energy has made its first play in the US onshore market with a $1.4bn acquisition of a portion of Chesapeake Energy’s US onshore oil and gas assets.
Permits from the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) will enable initial CO2 injection to begin at Wintershall Dea and INEOS’ Greensand carbon storage scheme in a matter of weeks.
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.