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Ineos has acquired 12 natural gas fields in the North Sea from LetterOne.

Ineos is to build a new £20m headquarters at its 1,700-acre petrochemical manufacturing site in Grangemouth by September 2016.

Ineos has agreed a £30m deal with IGas to gain access to shale gas development sites in the North West and Scotland.

Ineos is planning to invest up to £640m in shale gas exploration and production in the UK, in order to supply raw material for its Grangemouth plant.

Ineos has acquired Fortum's combined heat and power plant in Grangemouth for £54m.

Ineos is to expand into shale gas exploration through the acquisition of a 51% stake in a 127 square mile licence area near Grangemouth.

Ineos has secured £230m of government support to build an import terminal and ethane store at Grangemouth, securing the future of thousands of jobs.

Ineos is to build a shale gas processing plant at Grangemouth by 2016, as part of a £150m import terminal project.

Ineos is reopening its petrochemical plant at Grangemouth, as part of an agreement with unions that will involve a £300m investment in a new gas terminal.

Ineos is considering plans to invest a further £300m in the development of a new gas terminal at Grangemouth, on the condition that unions agree to some job cuts.

Ineos, the chemicals manufacturer, has won approval from the National Park Authority to build a new office for up to 150 staff at Lyndhurst in the New Forest.

Ineos is planning to develop the first commercial-scale ethanol production plants fuelled by municipal waste by 2011, and will start agreeing deals over the next few months.