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July

Retailers in the driving seat at Top 50 Indies Track Day
15 July, 2010

About 50 retailers enjoyed an action-packed day out at the Forecourt Trader Top 50 Indies Track Day last

Greenergy unviels expansion plans
15 July, 2010

Greenergy Fuels Ltd has revealed plans to build new fuel tankage and

Retailer blockaded by drivers defends parking policy
08 July, 2010

A forecourt retailer whose site was recently blockaded by drivers over car clamping fees said fines and clamping

Petrol stations unite to catch fuel thieves
08 July, 2010

Four petrol forecourts in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire have joined forces in a new drive-off report scheme. This

Gleaner returns to profit after first-ever trading loss
08 July, 2010

Elgin-based Gleaner Oils recorded its first-ever trading loss last year, according to figures just released.

First Scottish dealer for Murco
08 July, 2010

Murco Petroleum has expanded its dealer network north of the border with the addition of Dumbarton Service Station Ltd, in Dumbarton west of Glasgow.

MFG converts M&S stores to Mace
08 July, 2010

Top 50 independent forecourt operator Motor Fuel Group has converted two fomer BP M&S sites to Mace, and plans

At last - a UK World Cup success story
01 July, 2010

An incredible 1087 football shirts have been donated in Jet’s World Cup Football Shirt Amnesty.  The national ‘Dig Out, Drop Off,

Shell shows smarter families can cut fuel bills by 27%
01 July, 2010

The Shell Smarter Drivers experiment has revealed that fuel efficient driving and local journey planning allows annual average savings of £310 on family petrol bills. The experiment was launched by Shell to better understand how fuel savings can be made by real families

Refinery fire tragedy just days after Buncefield 'guilty' verdicts
01 July, 2010

Total UK has confirmed that there will be no disruption to fuel supplies to forecourts and wholesalers in the north

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?