Ineos climbs to third place in shale gas ranks

Petrochemicals giant Ineos is progressing plans to become a major player in the shale gas market through acquisitions, despite a block on licensing in Scotland and public opposition

by Paul Hatchwell
Ineos intends to use shale gas methane as feedstock for its Grangemouth oil refinery (photograph: Ewan Chesser123RF)
Ineos intends to use shale gas methane as feedstock for its Grangemouth oil refinery (photograph: Ewan Chesser123RF)

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