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UKPIA’s director-general, Stephen Marcos Jones
Consumer demand for low-carbon fuels, according to UKPIA survey
27 November, 2019

Consumers want a range of low-carbon mobility options including low-carbon fuels, according to a new survey commissioned by the UK Petroleum Industry Association (UKPIA) and FuelsEurope.

Stephen Marcos Jones
UKPIA launches energy manifesto ahead of general election
22 November, 2019

The UK Petroleum Industry Association (UKPIA) has launched an energy manifesto ahead of the December general election, calling on the next government to take the actions needed to strengthen the UK’s downstream oil sector while supporting the industry’s evolution to contribute to ‘Net Zero’ carbon emissions goals by 2050.

UKPIA’s director-general, Stephen Marcos Jones
UKPIA warns Government over Brexit plan for no tariffs
09 October, 2019

The UK’s petrol and diesel producers have criticised a government decision not to introduce tariffs on imported fuel if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

UKPIA’s director-general, Stephen Marcos Jones
UKPIA publishes annual review of downstream oil industry
02 August, 2019

UKPIA has published its annual review of the downstream oil industry.

Chris Hunt: UKPIA director general
15 May, 2017

Well, here we go again! The Prime Minister has fired the starting gun for a General Election, the sound of which has startled many people. It would seem that we have had an overabundance of politics over the past 18 months, what with the Labour party trying to sort itself out, the whole Brexit campaign resulting in the previous Prime Minister, David Cameron, resigning in July 2016 and Theresa May stepping up to the plate. There have also been local government elections and the US Presidential race that seemed to go on forever, all of which has resulted in endless media coverage and comment no wonder we are suffering from 'political brain fade'!

Following a deal agreed with Harvest Energy, do you think it will be good to see the Total brand returning to UK forecourts?