Row after Scottish Government snub fracking ship arrival



A row has broken out after the Scottish Government snubbed a high-profile event to safeguard the future of the country’s biggest industrial site and thousands of jobs, re-igniting the debate around fracking.
Ineos chairman and chief executive Jim Ratcliffe said yesterday he was “disappointed” that no minister attended the “Grangemouth Renaissance” event which marked the arrival of the first ships from the US carrying shale gas.
It is expected the gas will ensure the future of the firm’s petrochemical plant.
Mr Ratcliffe also revealed that the Scottish Government has blocked Ineos proposals... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Environment, Views: 45
Source: Scotsman
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