The petrochemical giant owned by Britain's richest man Jim Ratcliffe is expanding its Chocolate Bayou chemical plant in Texas to tap into a fast-growing ethylene oxide market.
Chemicals and plastics giant Ineos is set to spend two billion US dollars (£1.6 billion) on building three manufacturing plants in the Middle East for the first time.
Energy and petrochemicals giant Ineos today threw its weight behind UK Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal.
North Sea oil and gas entrepreneur Jim Ratcliffe revealed more details of his plans to build a new 4x4 vehicle - “projekt grenadier” - at a pub in central London yesterday.
The billionaire behind North Sea oil and gas newcomer Ineos Breagh has reported record profits for his wider business empire.
Ineos boss Jim Ratcliffe has said the company is still "very positive" about plans to move into the motor industry with the resurrection of the Land Rover Defender.
The founder of chemical giant Ineos said fracking in Scotland could have the potential to boost the country’s economy where the North Sea oil and gas industry is “leaving holes”.
The owner of Grangemouth refinery has accused the Scottish Government of “hypocrisy” by impeding fracking when shale gas imports are protecting 10,000 jobs in and around the economically vital plant.
North Sea developer Ineos is considering a move into the motor industry with a plan resurrect the Land Rover Defender.
Brexit will not affect plans for Ineos to set up UK headquarters once again, according to one of the company's bosses.
The founder of chemicals giant Ineos has donated £25 million to the London Business School to help it remain one of the best in the world.
Ineos boss Jim Ratcliffe is reported to have made a takeover approach to ConocoPhillips for its North Sea assets which was rejected by the company.
Billionaire North Sea investor Jim Ratcliffe has sold a business that makes polystyrene for packaging to a Polish firm for £63million.
INEOS plans to move its headquarters back to the UK – after six years in Switzerland.
Billionaire Jim Ratcliffe is known for driving a hard bargain and running a tight ship.
Billionaire industrialist Jim Ratcliffe has pledged to drive out the inefficiency of his new North Sea assets - and has set up a new subsidiary to hunt for even more opportunities.