Ineos unveils £1bn plan to convert Grangemouth refinery to hydrogen

Cecilia Keating
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The Grangemouth site | Credit: Ineos
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The Grangemouth site | Credit: Ineos

Plans announced for new CCS-enabled low carbon hydrogen plant at Scottish site, as government confirms plans for next phase of £220m Industrial Energy Transformation Fund

Ineos has unveiled ambitious plans to spend £1bn on building a "world-scale carbon capture-enabled hydrogen production plant" at its Grangemouth oil and petrochemicals refinery near Falkirk, as it announced...

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