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Digital advertising launched across Tesco's forecourts
30 October, 2013

Tesco has signed a deal which will provide digital advertising and customer messaging across its entire estate of 450 petrol stations in the UK.

Minister addresses PRA Regeneration Forum
30 October, 2013

Energy minister Michael Fallon was the keynote speaker at a forum today set up by the PRA to assess how the decline in independent forecourt operators can be arrested.

Union awaits decision on Grangemouth
25 October, 2013

Owner of the Grangemouth refinery Ineos, is expected to make a decision later today about the future of the Scottish plant.

Major tanker problem sparks supply concerns
25 October, 2013

The government is in talks with the oil industry to ensure the security of fuel supplies after a safety problem affecting about 12% of the British tanker fleet was discovered.

Grangemouth reopens after reprieve
25 October, 2013

The Grangemouth petrochemical plant in Scotland is to stay open after a new deal was struck with the workers’ union, Unite.

Minister backs Small Business Saturday in online chat
25 October, 2013

Enterprise minister Matthew Hancock will take part in a live chat on Twitter next week to discuss plans for Small Business Saturday and answer questions from small business owners.

Second Simply Fresh on a forecourt opens
25 October, 2013

The second Simply Fresh store on a forecourt, and the 45th overall, has been launched at Grafton, Bolton.

PRA to hold forum in Swansea
25 October, 2013

The PRA’s next Regional Forum is being held in Swansea, on Wednesday 6 November.

Jail sentences for cigarette smugglers
25 October, 2013

Prison sentences have been handed down to two men who attempted to smuggle more than eight million cigarettes into the UK from the Republic of Ireland.

New members strengthen hydrogen cell body
25 October, 2013

The Greater London Authority, Welsh Government, and Transport Scotland have all joined the UK H2Mobility  project.

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?