• Featured Post

    • Cautious industry response to fuel resilience bill

      A bill aimed at maintaining fuel supply to customers in the event of disruption has been published. The draft Downstream Oil Resilience Bill, which was introduced last month by energy minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan, sets out how the Government intends to Read more »

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  • More News

    • New CEO to assist delivery of energy transition at Essar Oil UK

      Essar has announced the appointment of Deepak Maheshwari as chief executive officer for Essar Oil (UK) Ltd (EOUK). Deepak joins EOUK, an important asset in the energy portfolio of Essar Global Fund, at a transformative juncture as it accelerates its Read more »

    • Scottish fuel distributor expands again

      Scotland’s fastest-growing fuel distribution company, Oilfast, has announced an investment of over £700k in a further fleet expansion with the addition of five Volvo FE 6×2 Rigid Tankers. Specialising in heating oil, red diesel, derv and licensed AdBlue and delivering to Read more »

    • New future fuels division supports shipping decarbonisation

      In a significant expansion of its future fuels capabilities, marine energy specialist KPI OceanConnect has announced the launch of its Alternative Fuels and Special Projects division led by Bill Wakeling, an expert in marine fuels. As pressure intensifies for the Read more »

    • New inland sales manager for Mabanaft

      Having recently been promoted to the role of inland sales manager at Mabanaft Clare Charlton is enjoying the challenge and responsibility and is also looking forward to working with the management team as the company develops its supply of more Read more »

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  • Opinion

    • Consequences of IMO 2020

      January 2020 saw a new limit on the sulphur content in the fuel oil used on board ships come into force, marking a significant milestone to improve air quality, preserve the environment and protect human health. Known as ‘IMO 2020’, Read more »

    • CBA welcomes recognition of HGV driver shortages

      Another industry body has responded to the announced Government actions to mitigate the chronic shortage of HGV drivers in the UK, with the Chemical Business Association (CBA) welcoming aspects of the response but also emphasising that ‘more still needs to Read more »

    • Developing the skills for the fuels of tomorrow, today

      Hydrogen is set to play a key role in decarbonising the global energy system and investment in the deployment of hydrogen production is accelerating, with national governments making increasingly ambitious commitments to the sector. As the world works to recover Read more »

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  • Industry Events

  • In the Spotlight

    • A career dedicated to fuel

      As he looked forward to his retirement in May this year, Fuel Oil News spoke with Bob Taylor, managing director of World Fuel Services’ UK Land Business, who shared with us his thoughts on the highs, lows and future of Read more »

    • In Conversation with Bangor Fuels

      Diversification is a constant theme of our industry currently as those involved in all aspects of fuel production and distribution find ways to keep pace with the evolving nature of fuel demand. Here we speak with Damian Fusco, owner of Read more »

    • In Conversation with Phillips 66 Limited

      In our April ‘branding and marketing’ print issue, we considered how companies in the sector have adapted and evolved their communication styles and branding in response to market developments, the energy transition and, more recently, Covid-19. Here, Mark Todd, wholesale Read more »

    • Celebrating 50 years of innovation

      This spring sees OTS Group Ltd celebrating its 50th anniversary and, from humble beginnings in 1971 in a farm cowshed to becoming a leader in the fuel industry, the company has never lost sight of its values. Established in 1971 Read more »