NOTE: Start time is half an hour earlier than usual.
— Scott McCartney (@Subchimp) March 3, 2020
We have, unfortunately, experienced a trip on one of our major compressors. Our team is currently undertaking the necessary checks to begin a safe re-start. We apologise for any inconvenience. Please see more detail below. pic.twitter.com/lDG2UKtQtN
— exxonmobil_fep (@exxonmobil_fep) March 3, 2020
"Having been clear that flaring must become the exception rather than routine, we’re disappointed that flaring by @exxonmobil has occurred again so soon after the restart." Officers are responding. Find out more at https://t.co/a42cZfWNg7 #Mossmorran pic.twitter.com/jmyp4pmAcS
— Scottish Environment Protection Agency (@ScottishEPA) March 3, 2020
Should have thought about holding meeting in an accessible and larger space. Chambers may be historic but very impractical
— Ben Barron (@Boozytortoise) March 3, 2020
Another unplanned emergency flare from #teamfep exxonmobilfep – 3rd March 2020. Are they in charge of the most expensive scrap metal site? £140m "investment" after two boilers exploded in what h_s_e termed as… https://t.co/yuxkrRtRjp
— Mossmorran (@MossFlare) March 3, 2020
BP at Kinneil proposed installation of a gas turbine to burn excess gas and export electricity to the grid, waste heat producing steam which could be used for district heating or vented to atmosphere, no light pollution from flaring, is this an option?
— Berg Juden (@berg_juden) March 5, 2020
Poster in Coop