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    • Happy 40th anniversary

      Fuel Oil News celebrated its 40th anniversary at the Chris Beetles Gallery at St James’s in London on Thursday 16th November. We were delighted to welcome readers and advertisers to the event, which also saw the launch of the new Read more »

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    • Lords warn of Brexit threat to UK’s energy trade

      Brexit puts the UK’s current frictionless trade in energy with the EU at risk. This is amongst the findings from the House of Lords’ EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee’s report Brexit: energy security, published yesterday.   The report, which also Read more »

    • NuStar – £25m investment at Grays

      Phase 1 of NuStar’s £25 million investment at Grays has now been completed with Jetty 1 receiving its first vessel earlier this month.  Recent upgrades now enable the jetty to receive vessels of up to 125,000 GDT due to an Read more »

    • Highlighting careers in the energy industry

      National education charity Future First has partnered with Greenergy to help inform state school students about the skills necessary to succeed in the energy and fuel industry. Under the scheme, Greenergy, will welcome local state school students from Years 10, Read more »

    • Changes to oil regulations in Scotland

      The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has contacted Fuel Oil News for assistance in drawing attention to the changes that are happening in Scotland with respect to oil regulations.  With new rules now in place, if you store oil on Read more »

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