Grangemouth


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Grangemouth

(ˈɡreɪndʒmaʊθ; -məθ)
n
(Placename) a port in Scotland, in Falkirk council area: now Scotland's second port, with oil refineries, shipyards, and chemical industries. Pop: 17 771 (2001)
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A DISGRUNTLED worker who sparked an emergency shutdown at Grangemouth refinery is being hunted by police.
A PETROCHEMICAL plant in Grangemouth was partially evacuated after a gas leak prompted a major emergency response.
All of this makes the attitude that our SNP Government is taking to developments at the Grangemouth refinery even more puzzling.
Ineos Chairman Jim Ratcliffe, one of Britain's richest men, argues that as the North Sea is unable to keep supplying the base ingredients to make chemicals at the Grangemouth refinery, west of Edinburgh, shale gas will be an important future energy resource.
Scope of work: To build a new gas-fired combined heat and power (CHP) plant at Kinneil oil terminal in Grangemouth.
INEOS' Olefins and Polymers business in the UK has announced it is to invest [pounds sterling]20million in a new, state-of-the art headquarters at its Grangemouth site.
2 October 2014 - Finnish energy company Fortum Oyj (HEL:FUM1V) said today it had agreed to sell its UK subsidiary Grangemouth CHP Limited for around GBP54m (USD87.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 2, 2014-Fortum to shed Grangemouth CHP to Ineos Industries
bonds (the "Bonds"), to be issued by Ineos Grangemouth plc ("Ineos
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-July 18, 2014-British government protects longterm future at Grangemouth plant with GBP230m infrastructure guarantee
The UK government are to hold an independent review on industrial disputes in the wake of the Grangemouth crisis.
Although the Ineos Petrochemical plant and Refinery in Grangemouth which was saved from a similar fate on 25 October 2013, has its own peculiar saga to learn from, the Unite Union which represented much of the workforce in both operations, appear to have failed to appreciate that the market forces had changed so very little and totally misjudged the strength of their well-prepared adversary who clearly anticipated the Union's actions.