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August

Glasgow police boost measures to tackle drive-offs
20 August, 2013

Police in Scotland are putting a renewed effort into clamping down on drive-off crime by working with fuel retailers in south east Glasgow.

Prices on the rise again, warns PRA
19 August, 2013

Fuel prices throughout the UK are on the rise again, the PRA has warned, as global political and economic pressures take their toll on the cost of crude oil.

Third Subway opening in new partnership with Blakemore Retail
19 August, 2013

The Subway brand has opened its third store in conjunction with Spar convenience store group Blakemore Retail, as part of an ongoing partnership between the two organisations.

BOSS and Allstar set up joint fraud initiative
16 August, 2013

BOSS, the British Oil Security Syndicate, has entered a partnership with leading fuel card services provider Allstar to help reduce fraud on UK forecourts.

Price surge has peaked says AA
16 August, 2013

The surge in UK petrol pump prices, which has added an average 3p per litre (ppl) to the cost since June, shows signs of faltering according to the latest AA Fuel Price Report.

Fuel tax fraudster jailed for four years
16 August, 2013

A Manchester man, who gave himself up after seven years on the run from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), has been jailed for four years for his involvement in a £2.5m fuel laundering scam.

Large diesel theft from Grantham service station
16 August, 2013

Lincolnshire Police are appealing for information after the theft of a large amount of fuel from a service station, near Grantham.

Third Nisa-branded forecourt launched
16 August, 2013

Nisa has announced the launch of one of the first Nisa-branded forecourts following its partnership deal with Greenergy.

New driving legislation welcomed
16 August, 2013

Road safety groups have welcomed the introduction of new fixed penalty fines for careless driving offences and increases in fines for other offences such as speeding and mobile phone use.

M6 services win permission for wind turbine
16 August, 2013

A motorway service station has won permission to erect a wind turbine to generate electricity despite objections from nearby residents.

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?