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New traffic after Gulf switch
05 August, 2010

Lancashire retailers Paul and Elaine Wellings have seen new traffic at their site since switching their fuel brand to

Number of Business Rates appeals tops 2,000
05 August, 2010

More than 2,000 fuel retailers have already lodged appeals against the 2010

BP announces 'significant milestone' in plugging oil leak
04 August, 2010

BP announced today that it had reached a 'significant milestone' in its efforts to

Tanker drivers strike threat
04 August, 2010

Retailers have been warned that fuel tanker drivers could strike later this year unless job losses, pay cuts and

ACS welcomes new ombudsman
04 August, 2010

The ACS has welcomed the Government's decision to introduce a Grocery Code Adjudicator (GCA) to

Retailers urged to respond to Licensing Act proposals
29 July, 2010

The Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) has warned fuel retailers that proposals to overhaul the Licensing Act

AA backs RMI Petrol fight to scrap Dartford Crossing toll
29 July, 2010

The AA has added its support to RMI Petrol's new campaign to scrap the tolling system on the Dartford Crossing.

Murco UK network put up for sale
29 July, 2010

Murphy Oil has confirmed plans to put its UK network of sites up for sale as well as its Milford Haven

Rural site gains grant for pay@pump
29 July, 2010

A remote community-run petrol station in the West Highlands of Scotland is now offering petrol 24 hours a day,

Hard work paying off
26 July, 2010

Some good news could be on the horizon it seems for our valiant Car Wash Association chairman David Charman, and the few trusty souls that have continued to support the car wash cause, particularly through some rather dark and lonely days.

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?