COUNCIL AND ECOLOGY CENTRE COLLUDING WITH EXXONMOBIL TO EXPLOIT CHILDREN IN ‘DANGEROUS’ PR STUNTS

COUNCIL AND ECOLOGY CENTRE COLLUDING WITH EXXONMOBIL TO EXPLOIT CHILDREN IN ‘DANGEROUS’ PR STUNTS

PRESS RELEASE ……………. For immediate release COUNCIL AND ECOLOGY CENTRE COLLUDING WITH EXXONMOBIL TO EXPLOIT CHILDREN IN ‘DANGEROUS’ PR STUNTS Fife Council and the Kinghorn Ecology Centre have come under fire from the Mossmorran Action Group for working with ExxonMobil to involve children in onsite PR initiatives at the Fife Ethylene Plant, Mossmorran. FEP is operated […]

Response to Fife Council on Roles & Responsibilities for the Safety Committee

Response to Fife Council on Roles & Responsibilities for the Safety Committee

Fife Council have issued a formal response to Central Fife Times denying they are responsible for the Mossmorran and Braefoot Bay Community and Safety Committee – https://www.centralfifetimes.com/news/17678646.local-authority-appoints-councillors-as-members-but-that-is-all/ PRESS STATEMENT…… for immediate release Mossmorran Action Group chairman James Glen says; “Fife Council is being totally disingenuous in disclaiming all responsibility for the Mossmorran and Braefoot Bay […]

Response to Alex MacDonald – Letter to the Editor

Response to Alex MacDonald – Letter to the Editor

Sir, I wasn’t surprised to see a letter from the Chair of Burntisland Community Council, Alex MacDonald rushing to the defence of ExxonMobil. Mr MacDonald has been a notable long time apologist for the corporation. What is shocking though is Mr MacDonald’s complete dismissal of over 900 complaints to SEPA, over 300 reports submitted to […]

ExxonMobil say work at Forth shore will take them into ‘new era’ – Auto Republish

ExxonMobil say work at Forth shore will take them into ‘new era’ – Auto Republish

A MAJOR investment will be made to extend the operational life of the jetty at the Braefoot Bay Marine Terminal. The facility, which handles the shipping of ethylene from the Fife Ethylene Plant (FEP) at Mossmorran to ports in mainland Europe, is situated between Aberdour and Dalgety Bay. A team of six specialists from Asset […]

Answers on flaring lie with company – Auto Republish

Answers on flaring lie with company – Auto Republish

THE packed public meeting on Friday night at Lochgelly Town Hall called by the Mossmorran Action Group showed the strength of concern that the events of the Easter weekend and days that followed really did pose real concerns in the minds of people living in the Cowdenbeath-Lochgelly area. Occasional flaring from the petrochemical plants has […]

Follow up to Friday’s public meeting – Auto Republish

Follow up to Friday’s public meeting – Auto Republish

COWDENBEATH MSP Annabelle Ewing is meeting with representative of ExxonMobil today to follow up Friday’s public meeting held at Lochgelly Town Hall. Ms Ewing attended the public meeting organised by the Mossmorran Action Group in the Town Hall and speaking today, Ms Ewing said: “I was pleased to be able to attend the meeting organised […]

Anger at ExxonMobil chiefs after pollution meeting boycott – Auto Republish

Anger at ExxonMobil chiefs after pollution meeting boycott – Auto Republish

BOSSES of a controversial chemical plant have been condemned for “boycotting” a public meeting held to highlight fears over pollution. ExxonMobil chiefs have come under fire for failing to attend the forum in Lochgelly called to address concerns about the Fife Ethylene Plant at Mossmorran. James Glen, chair of Mossmorran Action Group, said ExxonMobil had […]

Over 200 attend meeting to examine flaring issues – Auto Republish

Over 200 attend meeting to examine flaring issues – Auto Republish

OVER 200 people packed into Lochgelly Town Hall last night unhappy at what was underlined as ‘a lack of trust’ in ExxonMobil and Shell who run the Mossmorran petro-chemical site. The meeting was called by the Mossmorran Action Group, following the session of flaring at Exxon’s Fife Ethylene Plant which started on Easter Sunday and […]

Gas plant boss speaks out – Auto Republish

Gas plant boss speaks out – Auto Republish

THE management team at the Fife Ethylene Plant have re-iterated the opportunity to welcome members of the Mossmorran Action Group to be involved in discussions at the gas plant, although they confirmed that they would not be attending tonight’s meeting at Lochgelly Town Hall. Jacob McAlister, plant manager at ExxonMobil’s Fife Ethylene Plant (FEP), said […]

Resident-led action group seeking redress from the long-term social, health and environmental impacts from the Mossmorran facilities in Central Fife operated by ExxonMobil (Fife Ethylene Plant) and Shell (Fife NGL).

Contact

  • 6 Ballingry Street, Lochgelly, KY5 9NW
  • Mail : info@mossmorran.org.uk

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  • Mob.: 07749 902 934
  • Tel.: 01333 720 378
  • Mail : press@mossmorran.org.uk

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