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Evolve provides Total green solution
10 March, 2011

Total UK has completed an energy reduction scheme across 245 of its company-owned service stations, helping to reduce annual carbon footprint by more than 1,200 tonnes.

BP names new UK company and franchise retail estate manager
10 March, 2011

BP has named Catherine Randle as the new manager of its company and franchise retail estate in the UK, replacing Richard Harding.

Petrol hits £6 a gallon
10 March, 2011

Soaring oil costs have pushed the UK’s average price of petrol above 132ppl – £6 a gallon – for the first time ever.

Chancellor gives more hope for duty axe
07 March, 2011

A fuel duty cut is looking more likely in this month’s Budget as Chancellor George Osborne promised to help the motorist.

Madderson urges fuel duty campaign support as The Sun gathers 150,000 signatures
04 March, 2011

A gathering of the nation’s biggest independent petrol retailers were urged to support RMI Petrol’s campaign to cut fuel duty, by the association’s chairman Brian Madderson.

Signs of the times
03 March, 2011

The publication of Shell's latest study into energy scenarios over the next 40 years couldn't be more timely. Entitled 'Signals and Signposts', it updates the company's thinking by taking into account the impact of the global economic and financial crisis.

Oil prices rocked by Middle East unrest
03 March, 2011

Fuel prices are set to rocket by up to 10ppl in the coming months as oil prices rocket following bloodshed in Libya, according to warnings issued by RMI Petrol.

MRH sells Pace to focus on retail network
03 March, 2011

MRH (GB) LTD is divesting its commercial fuels distribution business to focus its growth aspirations on the ownership and operation of forecourts.

RMIP slams profiteering jibe by AA
03 March, 2011

RMI Petrol has slammed the AA's latest claims that UK petrol retailers are profiteering from rising fuel prices, following publication of the association's Fuel Price Report, published yesterday.

Prices force drivers to run on empty
03 March, 2011

High fuel prices have lead to a sharp rise in the number of motorists driving on empty and running out of fuel before they make it to a service station, according to a survey commissioned by roadside rescue organisation Green Flag.

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?