Dozens of contractors are today launching a fresh round of strikes at the Mossmorran Natural Gas Liquids plant in Fife.
Around 150 Kaefer contractors have started a week of strikes at a pair of Scottish gas plants operated by Shell (LON: SHEL).
The union is set to ballot 140 Kaefer contractors at Shell's Mossmorran gas plant in Cowdenbeath as part of a pay dispute.
Unite the Union has announced that 200 of its members working at Exxon Mobil's (NYSE:XOM) Mossmorran petrochemical plant have withdrawn their labour over health and safety concerns.
Households and businesses using off-grid gas in Scotland face higher energy bills as fuel is diverted from Mossmorran to mainland Europe, The Courier can reveal.
Spiralling living costs coupled with record profits for energy producers have fuelled a series of increasingly bitter disputes between operators and workers throughout 2022.
Plans to stop burning gas high in the sky above Mossmorran are little more than a public relations exercise, according to a community councillor living nearby.
More than 100 Kaefer contractors based at the Mossmorran and St Fergus gas plants are being balloted for strike action in a dispute over pay and conditions.
A recent investigation linked gas flaring to cancer cases in Iraq, so where does this leave people living around Mossmorran in Fife?
Verification agency Bureau Veritas (EPA: BVI) has won a multimillion-pound deal to support dozens of Shell platforms in the UK.
Communities close to the petro chemical plants at Mossmorran have been warned to expect flaring as a £140million upgrade of the processing plant gets set to begin in earnest.
Shell and Unite have clashed over the number of job cuts, and purported safety concerns, at the St Fergus Gas Terminal and Mossmorran plant.
“Apocalyptic” flaring at the Mossmorran petrochemical plant in Fife has been brought to an end after three nights of noise, light and vibrations.
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.
The Shell UK plant at Mossmorran has returned to normal operations following Tuesday’s severe weather but flaring is understood to be continuing at neighbouring ExxonMobil.
Shell has appointed a new manager for its Fife NGL Plant at Mossmorran.
Mossmorran is facing an eight-month delay to noise reduction improvements as ExxonMobil seeks to hold off on the £140million programme.
More than 100 workers staged an unofficial walkout at the controversial Mossmorran chemical plant in Fife yesterday.
Bosses at ExxonMobil have apologised after "intense flaring" at a Fife chemical plant sparked alarm in the community.
People living around Mossmorran have been assured there will be no elevated flaring over the Christmas holidays.
US oil and gas giant ExxonMobil has announced the award of a "multi-million" deal at its Mossmorran facility to engineering firm Bilfinger.
Mossmorran bosses have announced a £140 million investment in the plant to reduce flaring.
A pledge by Mossmorran operators to reduce unplanned flaring within five years has been branded unacceptable by Scotland’s environmental watchdog.
Shell UK’s Braefoot Bay terminal was cordoned off following a gas leak in the early hours of Friday morning.
Scotland's environmental watchdog has launched an investigation into unplanned flaring at a chemical plant.