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June

Supermarket price cuts provoke cynicism
26 June, 2013

A new round of announcements on Twitter by the four main supermarket groups, saying they were cutting their petrol and diesel prices by up to 2 pence per litre (ppl), have received a cynical response from some consumers.

Formula 1 star to work at Shell service station
26 June, 2013

Customers at Shell’s Towcester service station in Northamptonshire will be receiving a special ‘pit stop’ service on the eve of the British Grand Prix at the nearby Silverstone race track.

Topaz staff win awards
26 June, 2013

Staff at Topaz, the Irish service station and convenience retailer, have scooped two of Ireland’s top sales awards.

Londis launches best practice initiative
26 June, 2013

Londis has launched The Londis Family, a retailer initiative designed to help Londis retailers share best practice and ideas to help grow their businesses.

MFG signs 46-site fuel supply deal with BP
21 June, 2013

Top 50 Indies forecourt operator Motor Fuel Group (MFG) has announced the signing of a new multi-site fuel supply agreement with BP.

PRA hits back at AA profiteering claim
21 June, 2013

The PRA has angrily hit back at claims by the AA that dealers are profiteering on the price they charge for diesel.

Jet turns yellow and blue into green
21 June, 2013

Jet is rolling out a new green initiative to complement the re-imaging of its sites, which enables it to recycle the old yellow and blue plastic bins, but only after some teething problems.

Police publicise crime campaign on petrol pumps
21 June, 2013

Police in Staffordshire are using messages on supermarket petrol pumps to publicise a campaign targeting uninsured drivers.

Trio charged with filling station robbery
21 June, 2013

Two men and a woman have appeared in court charged with robbing a Gulf petrol station in Clifton, Bedfordshire, last month.

Morrisons renews Eurotank contract
19 June, 2013

Morrisons has renewed its tank maintenance contract with Eurotank Environmental for a further three years.

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?