Chemistry Growth Partnership
Government-industry initiative, chaired by Ineos director Tom Crotty.
Purpose: 'the sector partnership will enable Government and industry to work together over the long term to address the key challenges and opportunities for the chemical sector. The Partnership comprising business leaders from the chemical sector has agreed to pursue key work themes around energy, innovation and supply chains in order to achieve its vision of a 50 per cent growth by the year 2030'
Documents released in April 2017 revealed that the initiative, led by Ineos, was pushing the government to use Brexit as a chance to exempt the chemicals sector entirely from climate policy costs. 
According to the website:
- Founding members of the CGP are: •Neil Carson, Chief Executive of Johnson Matthey •Tony Bastock, Group Managing Director of Contract Chemicals •Paul Booth, SCI Honorary President and European Director of Government Policy at Sabic UK Petrochemicals Limited, •Tom Crotty, Director of Ineos •Steve Foots, Group Chief Executive of Croda •Torben Jensen, Managing Director at BASF Northern Europe •Ian Shott, Managing Partner at Shott Trinova •Harry Swan, Managing Director Thomas Swan & Company •Dave Tudor, Vice President Pharmaceutical Operations at GlaxoSmithKline •Adrian Whitfield, Chief Executive of Synthomer
- ↑ Adam Vaughan, Fracking firm Ineos leads industry lobbying to avoid green tax, The Guardian, 3 April 2017