THE owners of Grangemouth petrochemicals refinery are in talks with the Scottish and Westminster governments over a £150 million plan to pioneer importing US shale gas into the site to safeguard 100 jobs and a £1 billion revenue stream.

Ineos, which owns the chemicals part of Grangemouth, has been lobbying Government ministers to provide guarantees that would underwrite a scheme to build storage facilities for liquified gas and modify the dockside at the site.

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Tatyana · July 24, 2013 at 4:13 pm

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