History

Our History

Here is a brief history of our business purchases and achievements

INEOS Melamines, INEOS Paraform & INEOS Styrenics businesses move into INEOS Enterprises

INEOS Compounds and Doeflex Compounding combine to form INEOS Compounds Ltd

Acquisition of Sasol's Solvents business and production facilities at Moers & Herne, Germany

2014

Acquires 100% shareholding of Champlor, Biodiesel business in Baleycourt, France

2013

Divestment of IACC, Thailand

2012

INEOS Compounds business moves into INEOS Enterprises

CDM business transfers from INEOS Fluor into INEOS Enterprises

2010

Acquires full shareholding in IACC, now wholly owned by INEOS

Acquisition of Vinyl Acetate Monomer manufacturing facilities from BP at Saltend, Hull

2008

Investment in Ultra-pure sulphuric acid unit in Runcorn, Cheshire

2006

Plans are announced for investment in new UK gas storage facility at Holford Brinefields, Cheshire

Chlor-Alkali business in Atlantik, Germany is transferred to INEOS ChlorVinyls

Investments in new biodiesel production facility at Baleycourt, France are made

INEOS Enterprises electrochemical technology business moves into INEOS Technologies

Ammonia/ Nitric acid and Ethanol business are added to INEOS Enterprises' portfolio following the acquisition of INNOVENE (BP)

Acquisition of Salt Union's business from Compass Minerals

Investment in new Pemcoat production facilities at Runcorn

Entry into ultra-pure acids business and investment in new ultra-pure sulphuric acid plant at Runcorn

INEOS Enterprises' BICHLORTM Electrolysers are supplied for INEOS Chlor's new membrane Chlorine plant as part of the company's £390 Million modernisation programme

INEOS Chlor Enterprises is renamed as INEOS Enterprises

2005

Acquisition of ultra-pure sulphuric acid business from Rhodia

A new Biofuels business is established at Baleycourt, France

A new borehole drilling programme commences at Holford Brinefield, Cheshire

INEOS Chlor Enterprises is formed

2004

INEOS acquires ICL Chlor-chemicals and forms INEOS Chlor

2001