A lightning strike in Aberdeenshire has caused the temporary shutdown of a major North Sea pipeline.
A new racing yacht named Britannia has been unveiled by four-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Ben Ainslie in his bid to win the America’s Cup.
Chemicals giant Ineos has launched a consultation on the potential closure of a manufacturing plant which employs more than 220 workers.
The car industry was given a huge boost on Wednesday with news of hundreds of jobs to build a new 4×4 vehicle.
Environmental and human rights campaigners have claimed a “fantastic” victory after leading judges ruled that an injunction granted to energy giant Ineos was “too wide and insufficiently clear”.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos will invest £500 million to extend the life of a key North Sea pipeline system by “at least 20 years”.
Ineos’ bid to acquire ConocoPhillips’ North Sea portfolio appears to have fallen through.
A legal challenge to the Scottish Government’s ban on fracking by north-east company and energy giant has begun.
A legal challenge to the Scottish Government’s ban on fracking was due to get under way today.
Ineos has confirmed it has restarted its Forties Pipeline system after the second shutdown in recent months.
A pipeline which carries 40% of the North Sea’s oil and gas ashore is now “fully operational” after undergoing weeks of repairs.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos said today that it was making “steady progress” in its efforts to fix the Forties pipeline.
Ineos has said that the small crack which shut down the Forties crude pipeline has stopped widening.
Politicians have hit out at an oil firm over claims residents and businesses are being hit by the closure of a North-east oil pipeline.
Ineos this morning confirmed it has acquired the Forties Pipeline System (FPS) from BP in a $250 million deal, which includes 300 jobs.
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”.