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June

Fears over alcohol duty hike
14 June, 2010

The government has been warned not to increase duty on alcohol amid speculation that the Chancellor may be considering another tax hike in the

Total helps HGVs go green with AdBlue
10 June, 2010

Total UK is now offering AdBlue HGV additives from a pump dispenser on five of its UK forecourts.

Work starts on first of three Scottish Harvest Energy sites
10 June, 2010

Harvest Energy are "thrilled" that work has started on their first Scottish forecourt, at Crossways Garage, Glasgow

Major gains for Gulf
10 June, 2010

Gulf’s recent signing of Washbourne Garage, Caldicot from Esso has further strengthened the brand’s presence in South Wales as Gulf continues to grow

Brulines buys forecourt solutions specialist
10 June, 2010

Brulines Group plc (AIM:BRU), specialist in real-time monitoring systems and data management services for the forecourt services and leisure sectors,

Shoppers put Esso on top - in big top - at CTP awards
10 June, 2010

Esso beat off stiff competition from major oil companies to be voted Best Forecourt Retailer 2010 in the Convenience Tracking Programme

Shell invests in biotech company
09 June, 2010

Shell has announced it has bought a stake in US biotech company Virent Energy systems, starting a joint

Jonathan James calls for action over planning rules
09 June, 2010

Jonathan James has urged the government to oppose more out of town supermarket forecourt deveopments.

BP and Texaco's fuel card deal goes live
07 June, 2010

The deal that brings together the UK’s two largest branded networks to create wider fuel card acceptance for car and van fleets is now live. BP PLUS

TomTom agrees new two-year sponsorship deal with Amscreen
07 June, 2010

Portable navigation system provider TomTom has extended its contract with digital signage specialist Amscreen for an additional two years. Following on

When a major car manufacturer like Ford predicts that sales of its electrified cars will outnumber petrol and diesel models by 2022, does that ring alarm bells about the possible speed of change for forecourts?