Fife Ethylene Plant

Investment Project 2021

Fife Ethylene Plant Investment Project

FEP and the environment 

It's always frustrating to see misinformation about FEP that can cause unnecessary concern for local communities. Our Environmental Engineer, Kylie, fact-checks some of these here. 

Flaring and local air quality

 WOOD are world leaders in environmental modelling. Here they set out the facts on our flare and local air quality. Click here to read the full report. WOOD Report

Our Latest News

Read all the latest news from FEP here. 

Our plant process explained

Operating around the clock, 365 days a year, the Fife Ethylene Plant manufactures ethylene by safely converting ethane gas from the North Sea. 

To help explain our process, view our animation here

Fife Council Air Quality Monitoring

Fife Council's Independent Air Quality Review and Monitoring Group has reported on air quality at Mossmorran. Click here to see their reports. 

Modern Apprentices '21

We always get a lot of interest in our Modern Apprenticeship Programme, so we have produced this new guide to provide you with an insight. Read the full document here. 

Modern Apprenticeships '21

Our flare explained

We know people have many questions about our flare, so we have answered them for you in this animation. 

SEPA Air Quality Monitoring

We are regulated by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA). SEPA constantly monitor the site and produce regular updates and reports. 

To view this information please follow this link. 

Your Questions Answered

We have brought together a list of questions we frequently get asked by our local communities.

This covers a range of areas and we hope the answers and key facts are helpful.  

Q&A 

Fife Council Area Committee Dec 2020

 

FEP and the environment 

It's always frustrating to see misinformation about FEP that can cause unnecessary concern for local communities. Our Environmental Engineer, Kylie, fact-checks some of these here. 

Flaring and local air quality

 WOOD are world leaders in environmental modelling. Here they set out the facts on our flare and local air quality. Click here to read the full report. WOOD Report

Our Latest News

Read all the latest news from FEP here. 

Our plant process explained

Operating around the clock, 365 days a year, the Fife Ethylene Plant manufactures ethylene by safely converting ethane gas from the North Sea. 

To help explain our process, view our animation here

Fife Council Air Quality Monitoring

Fife Council's Independent Air Quality Review and Monitoring Group has reported on air quality at Mossmorran. Click here to see their reports. 

Modern Apprentices '21

We always get a lot of interest in our Modern Apprenticeship Programme, so we have produced this new guide to provide you with an insight. Read the full document here. 

Modern Apprenticeships '21

Our flare explained

We know people have many questions about our flare, so we have answered them for you in this animation. 

SEPA Air Quality Monitoring

We are regulated by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA). SEPA constantly monitor the site and produce regular updates and reports. 

To view this information please follow this link. 

Your Questions Answered

We have brought together a list of questions we frequently get asked by our local communities.

This covers a range of areas and we hope the answers and key facts are helpful.  

Q&A 

Fife Council Area Committee Dec 2020

 

We look forward to hearing from our communities. Find more details on how to contact us here. 

Operating round the clock, 365 days a year, the Fife Ethylene Plant (FEP) manufactures ethylene by safely converting ethane gas from the North Sea.  

To learn more about what we do at FEP please read here. 

ExxonMobil operates within one of the worlds most regulated industries. Ensuring we are meeting the highest standards are the HSE, SEPA and our employees.

Read more about how we operate and the regulations we comply with here. 

Our flare is a safety and process mechanism. It is completely safe, has no impact on local air quality and is used by facilities all around the world. 

We know people have many questions about our flare, so we have answered them for you in this section. 

FEP operates to strict environmental standards and our teams work had to ensure our operations are as efficient as possible. 

Read more here on FEP and the environment. 

At FEP we safely turn ethane into ethylene. Find out more about ethylene and how it plays a part in your daily life.   

Our team of around 200 is made up of scientists, chemical, mechanical and environmental engineers, catering, cleaning, maintenance, technicians, analysts, planners and support staff. 

Read more here about how the team ensure the safe operation of our plant.

For over 30 years we have worked closely with our host communities to support a range of good causes. 

View more about our engagement with local communities here. 

View all the latest news and updates from Fife Ethylene Plant here.