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    • Is the case for HVO strong enough?

      The March issue of Fuel Oil News looks in depth at the industry efforts to find future fuel solutions. The case for HVO as a sustainable low carbon liquid fuel for both the transport sector and in heating has been Read more »

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  • More News

    • 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 »

    • Mark Mackenzie

      Fuel Oil News is saddened to report the passing of Mark Mackenzie, on 23rd March 2021, aged 38 years. In April 2002, Mark started at Nolan Oils as a tank installer. He quickly took responsibility as routing clerk and then Read more »

    • Testing fuel for contamination? There’s an app for that.

      Following feedback from the industry to improve the speed efficiency of microbial fuel testing, Conidia, one of the principal companies operating in this field, has launched a totally upgraded digital verification tool FUELSTAT® Result. A free, downloadable mobile app, FUELSTAT® Read more »

    • UKIFDA to reward sustainability with new award

      UKIFDA has launched the 2021 UKIFDA Green Awards in collaboration with insurance and risk management solution Oilshield. Now in its third year, the UKIFDA Green Award is sponsored by Oilshield and raises awareness of environmental initiatives within the liquid fuel Read more »

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  • Opinion

    • Time to change the oil?

      Maurice MacSweeney, director of litigation funding at Harbour explains how climate litigation is seeking to change corporate behaviour. In the summer of 2015, the Dutch government found itself a reluctant defendant in a case which would determine whether ordinary citizens Read more »

    • Fears for future of Stanlow oil refinery

      Essar-owned Stanlow refinery, located in Ellesmere Port, is reportedly facing financial problems, but the company has said it is fully committed to its operations at the Ellesmere Port oil refinery, including plans to decarbonise its activities and produce sustainable fuel Read more »

    • Suggested $100 oil unlikely given abundance of OPEC capacity

      According to a new report by Bloomberg Intelligence (BI), a supply gap big enough to push crude to a speculated $100 a barrel is unlikely, especially as OPEC has spare capacity of 9.2 million barrels a day. BI says that Read more »

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  • Industry Events

  • In the Spotlight

    • 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 »

    • In Profile – Jane Raphael

      In the March issue of Fuel Oil News magazine, with April marking the first anniversary of her retirement, we caught up with Jane Raphael, a familiar face to many of you as the former editor of Fuel Oil News magazine. Read more »

    • CLH Group evolves to Exolum

      Exolum is the new brand name chosen by the CLH Group, strengthening the identification of the company with its future aims, focused on adapting its business to decarbonisation and the energy transition, the digitalisation of activities and the fight against Read more »

    • The Prax Group acquisition, appointments and securitisation

      The Prax Group, a leading independent oil refining, trading, storage, distribution and retail conglomerate dealing in petroleum products and bio-fuels, has announced that it has successfully completed the strategic acquisition of Lindsey Oil Refinery and its associated logistic assets in Read more »