The UKD Marlin, Hopper dredger sails east on  the Firth of Forth with the Grangemouth refinery behind.
RMRRRND1The UKD Marlin, Hopper dredger sails east on the Firth of Forth with the Grangemouth refinery behind.
Grangemouth at night, photographed from Culross on the Firth of Forth, Scotland.
RMB2EX01Grangemouth at night, photographed from Culross on the Firth of Forth, Scotland.
The UKD Marlin, Hopper dredger sails east on  the Firth of Forth with the Grangemouth refinery behind.
RMRRRND0The UKD Marlin, Hopper dredger sails east on the Firth of Forth with the Grangemouth refinery behind.
Oil refinery at Grangemouth on the Firth of Forth as seen from Fife
RM2G3AKJMOil refinery at Grangemouth on the Firth of Forth as seen from Fife
Grangemouth at night, photographed from Culross on the Firth of Forth, Scotland.
RMB2EXDFGrangemouth at night, photographed from Culross on the Firth of Forth, Scotland.
General view of Ineos Grangemouth refinery at night. Situated close to the Firth of Forth, Grangemouth traces its origins back to 1924 and up until the Second World War it handled about 400,000 tonnes of crude oil. Major expansions immediately post war and in the 1970s brought refining capacity to in excess of 10 million tonnes per year. The North Sea Forties Pipeline system terminates at the refinery and excess crude oil is exported via pipeline to a tanker loading terminal on the Forth. Crude oil also comes into the refinery via a 58 mile pipeline from Finnart Ocean terminal which can
RMG9KP33General view of Ineos Grangemouth refinery at night. Situated close to the Firth of Forth, Grangemouth traces its origins back to 1924 and up until the Second World War it handled about 400,000 tonnes of crude oil. Major expansions immediately post war and in the 1970s brought refining capacity to in excess of 10 million tonnes per year. The North Sea Forties Pipeline system terminates at the refinery and excess crude oil is exported via pipeline to a tanker loading terminal on the Forth. Crude oil also comes into the refinery via a 58 mile pipeline from Finnart Ocean terminal which can
Oil refinery at Grangemouth on the Firth of Forth as seen from Fife
RM2G3AKMGOil refinery at Grangemouth on the Firth of Forth as seen from Fife
Grangemouth at night, photographed from Culross on the Firth of Forth, Scotland.
RMB2F106Grangemouth at night, photographed from Culross on the Firth of Forth, Scotland.
General view of Ineos Grangemouth refinery at day. Situated close to the Firth of Forth, Grangemouth traces its origins back to 1924 and up until the Second World War it handled about 400,000 tonnes of crude oil. Major expansions immediately post war and in the 1970s brought refining capacity to in excess of 10 million tonnes per year. The North Sea Forties Pipeline system terminates at the refinery and excess crude oil is exported via pipeline to a tanker loading terminal on the Forth. Crude oil also comes into the refinery via a 58 mile pipeline from Finnart Ocean terminal which can handle
RMG9KP30General view of Ineos Grangemouth refinery at day. Situated close to the Firth of Forth, Grangemouth traces its origins back to 1924 and up until the Second World War it handled about 400,000 tonnes of crude oil. Major expansions immediately post war and in the 1970s brought refining capacity to in excess of 10 million tonnes per year. The North Sea Forties Pipeline system terminates at the refinery and excess crude oil is exported via pipeline to a tanker loading terminal on the Forth. Crude oil also comes into the refinery via a 58 mile pipeline from Finnart Ocean terminal which can handle
Oil refinery at Grangemouth on the Firth of Forth as seen from Fife
RM2G3AKR1Oil refinery at Grangemouth on the Firth of Forth as seen from Fife
The Grangemouth oil refinery on the Firth of Forth
RMB0FPH3The Grangemouth oil refinery on the Firth of Forth
General view of Ineos Grangemouth refinery at night. Situated close to the Firth of Forth, Grangemouth traces its origins back to 1924 and up until the Second World War it handled about 400,000 tonnes of crude oil. Major expansions immediately post war and in the 1970s brought refining capacity to in excess of 10 million tonnes per year. The North Sea Forties Pipeline system terminates at the refinery and excess crude oil is exported via pipeline to a tanker loading terminal on the Forth. Crude oil also comes into the refinery via a 58 mile pipeline from Finnart Ocean terminal which can
RMG9JMBBGeneral view of Ineos Grangemouth refinery at night. Situated close to the Firth of Forth, Grangemouth traces its origins back to 1924 and up until the Second World War it handled about 400,000 tonnes of crude oil. Major expansions immediately post war and in the 1970s brought refining capacity to in excess of 10 million tonnes per year. The North Sea Forties Pipeline system terminates at the refinery and excess crude oil is exported via pipeline to a tanker loading terminal on the Forth. Crude oil also comes into the refinery via a 58 mile pipeline from Finnart Ocean terminal which can