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INEOS

Runcorn site
PO Box 9
Runcorn
Cheshire
WA7 4JE
UK

Telephone : 44 928 561111
Web : www.ineos.com


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INEOS announces over €2 billion investment in green hydrogen production 19 October 2021

INEOS announced on October 18 that it is to invest more than €2 billion into electrolysis projects to make zero carbon, green hydrogen across Europe. Its first plants will be built in Norway, Germany, and Belgium with investment also planned in the UK and France....

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INEOS fined £400,000 for 2017 Grangemouth gas leak 07 May 2021

Petrochemical giant INEOS has been fined £400,000 after a gas leak from a cracked pipe created a potentially explosive gas cloud over its Grangemouth plant in May 2017. INEOS admitted in court that its safety inspections had failed to identify a 10 inch (25cm) long corroded section of pipe which allowed a leak of ethylene gas....

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INEOS Energy sells its Norwegian oil and gas business to PGNiG for $615m 26 March 2021

INEOS Energy has announced an agreement with PGNiG Upstream Norway to sell its oil and gas business in Norway in a deal worth $615 million. The deal includes all INEOS Oil & Gas interests in production, licenses, fields, facilities and pipelines, on the Norwegian continental shelf....

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INEOS Energy to acquire all oil and gas interests from Hess 22 March 2021

INEOS Energy has reached an agreement with Hess to acquire its subsidiary Hess Denmark for $150 million, effective 1 January 2021. INEOS said this is the first deal to be announced following the formation of the new INEOS Energy business, which incorporates INEOS’ Oil and Gas business....

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INEOS subsidiary launches clean hydrogen project to support decarbonisation in Norway 16 March 2021

INOVYN, a subsidiary of INEOS, has announced plans to build a new clean hydrogen supply hub at its chemical manufacturing site in Rafnes, Norway. The development will contribute towards the decarbonisation of INEOS’s operations and the wider transport sector....

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INEOS launches new Clean Hydrogen business; BP announces new German hydrogen partnership 20 November 2020

INEOS and BP have both announced new hydrogen projects in recent weeks as industries continue to invest in green hydrogen as part of a worldwide drive towards a zero-carbon future. INEOS launched a new business on November 9 to develop and build Clean Hydrogen capacity across Europe, while BP announced a joint project with Ørsted to develop green hydrogen in Germany....

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No injuries as tank collapses at INEOS chemical plant in US 27 October 2020

A tank collapsed at an INEOS chemical plant in the town of Lima, Ohio on October 25. No injuries were reported, however locals reported hearing an explosion from several miles away....

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INEOS postpones shutdown of Forties Pipeline System until Spring 2021 due to coronavirus 07 April 2020

On April 7, INEOS announced that it would delay the shutdown of the Forties Pipeline System until Spring 2021 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. INEOS said it had made the decision so that its customers and the industry could plan with greater certainty....

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INEOS cites safety and environmental costs as reasons for potential closure of UK plant 03 October 2019

On October 3, UK-based chemicals giant INEOS announced its intention to consult with employees on the proposed closure of its acrylonitrile manufacturing plant at Seal Sands on Teesside in north-east England....

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Major gas leak causes evacuation of 1,000 staff at Grangemouth refinery in Scotland 03 May 2017

A gas leak at Ineos's Grangemouth site caused the evacuation of 1,000 non-essential staff and the closure of local roads. Emergency services said there were no reports of any injuries. The incident was caused by a leak on a pipe carrying ethylene gas which was identified and isolated, Ineos said in a statement....