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.
Mossmorran is facing an eight-month delay to noise reduction improvements as ExxonMobil seeks to hold off on the £140million programme.
A north-east power station has topped the list of Scotland’s air polluters, but bosses insist a sharp rise in toxic fumes was caused by freezing weather.
The firm behind a multi-million pound investment to form a metal recycling facility at the Port of Dundee is hoping to start construction in January.
A pledge by Mossmorran operators to reduce unplanned flaring within five years has been branded unacceptable by Scotland’s environmental watchdog.
Scotland's environmental watchdog has launched an investigation into unplanned flaring at a chemical plant.
Flaring at the Mossmorran chemical plant in Fife will continue into this week.
Official new figures have revealed Buchan as the home of two of the most environmentally unfriendly industrial sites in Scotland.
Oil and gas companies will get the treatment their behaviour deserves, Scotland's environmental watchdog said.
The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (Sepa) has issued Ineos with a final warning letter for flaring at its Kinneil Terminal site.
Energy services giants Wood and TechnipFMC have been named among Scotland’s best green business.
As I write this, two Chinese heavy lift transport ships remain anchored in Scotland’s Inner Moray Firth waiting for orders. They were supposed to have loaded by now and carted away for scrapping a couple of semi-submersible drilling rigs that have been laid up in the Cromarty Firth for some time.
Scottish environmental authorities have blocked the departure of three oil rigs currently cold-stacked in Cromarty Firth.