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July

BP sites reopen after Greenpeace action
28 July, 2010

BP said today that most of the forecourts targetted by Greenpeace activists yesterday had been able to

Harvest adds four more sites
22 July, 2010

Harvest Energy has added four new sites to its brand. Harvest Energy said three of the newly branded sites were in

GreatGas expansion
22 July, 2010

Great Gas Petroleum (Ireland) Ltd, the Irish-owned fuel supplier, has signed a five year contract worth more than €30

MP Robert Neill urged to act on Business Rates
22 July, 2010

RMI Petrol took part in an industry-wide meeting with Tory MP Robert Neill yesterday to lay out its case against the

Car washes top £500m a year
22 July, 2010

Drivers spent £523 million on car washes last year – despite most thinking that washing their own vehicles achieved better results, according to

Shell launches new FuelSave fuel
21 July, 2010

Shell has teamed up with Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff to launch Shell FuelSave unleaded and diesel - described as two breakthrough fuels designed to help drivers save up to 1 Litre of fuel per tank from the very first fill, at no extra cost. The company says the new smarter fuels are a breakthrough in fuels technology and contain Shell’s most

Buncefield companies fined more than £9m
16 July, 2010

Total UK and four other companies were today ordered to pay more than £9 million in combined fines and costs over

BP and Snax 24 announce new five year deal
15 July, 2010

BP and Snax 24 have announced they will continue their partnership after

Sales success for Gulf site
15 July, 2010

Retailer Geoff Ross has already seen fuel sales rise since changing his Watcombe Service Station site in

Subway boost for Fraser Group
15 July, 2010

The Fraser Group has carried out a refit of its Carterton site in Oxfordshire in a bid to capitalise on developing its food

As the Government is urged to publish its plans for E10 by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for British Bioethanol, would you welcome the introduction of E10 as the right next step in cutting automotive carbon emissions?