The rebrand comes at a transformational time for the sector and reflects its role in the energy transition. The rebranded Forum will reaffirm its reputation as the key platform for the discussion and resolution of issues relating to health and safety and training in the downstream fuel sector, while reaching out to other areas of growth within its network.
Focussed on the future
Peter Oakford, chair of the Downstream Fuel Distribution Forum, said: “At the heart of the rebrand is the recognition of the evolution of the sector as it plays its part in the energy transition.
“Our core focus has always been and will continue to be centred around the promotion of high levels of safety and competency across the fuel distribution sector, and this change reflects that ambition. To that end, we look forward to continuing to work closely with all DFDF members to address the training and competency needs of the industry well into the future.”
Jenny Clucas, facilitator of the Downstream Fuel Distribution Forum, commented: “Along with the rebrand to reflect the needs of the downstream fuel distribution sector, we are also excited to announce the launch of the new Downstream Fuel Distribution Forum page on LinkedIn. This next step provides us with an opportunity to connect with all stakeholders and share information, latest news and developments more widely.”
The Downstream Fuel Distribution Forum was established to provide an on-going forum for the discussion and resolution of issues relating to health and safety and training in the downstream fuel industry. You can find out more here.