Acquisition funding secured as Craggs welcomes new CFO


The Craggs Energy Group has appointed a new chief financial officer and is actively seeking several acquisitions across the North of England. Jason Sharp who has a 20-year plus career across a variety of sectors takes up the board level Read more »

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Reynolds Training Services bulk storage qualification achieves iChemE

TSA associate member Reynolds Training Services has had its Bulk Storage Operator Technician qualification approved by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) – the first level 3 diploma to be approved by IChemE. Part of a two-year apprenticeship offering a Read more »

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Oilfast’s Local Hero Scheme

Scottish fuel distribution business Oilfast is running a Local Hero Scheme aimed at recognising and rewarding the efforts of both key workers and members of the public, who have supported their local communities during the pandemic. Joe Carroll, sales director Read more »

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Creative solution for scaring seagulls

With rig operating firms losing hundreds of thousands of pounds a day every time work is halted to clean up seagull droppings, as well as the risk posed to helicopters by the birds, an effective solution was desperately needed. The Read more »

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Phillips 66 continues community investment

No strangers to giving back to the community, Phillips 66 Limited has gone the extra mile to thank NHS staff and key workers through generous charitable donations. The company helped out locally in Humber, donating 12,000 gloves, 1,500 waterproof gowns Read more »

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UKIFDA encourages homeowners to begin transition to biofuels

Guy Pulham

In a campaign launched by UKIFDA, the 114,000 households across Wales which use oil heating are being advised on a plan to decarbonise the heating in their homes through the use of liquid biofuels. UKIFDA is working with trade associations Read more »

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UKIFDA submits view on ending sales of petrol, diesel and hybrid vehicles by 2035

Tony Brown

UKIFDA has submitted its views on the government’s latest consultation which is looking at ending sales of petrol diesel and hybrid cars by 2035. The association believes that petrol/diesel and hybrid vehicles should still be allowed on sale after the Read more »

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BP halves dividend after record loss, but the future looks bright

Following a record $6.7bn quarterly loss, BP has halved its shareholder dividend after the coronavirus pandemic hit global demand for oil. The loss was largely due to BP writing down the value of its assets after it cut its oil Read more »

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Isle of Wight Fuels to close its doors

After 60 years of trading, the parent company for Isle of Wight Fuels (IOWF) has decided to close the business, which includes the Isle of Wight’s only fuel storage depot, in less than 2 weeks’ time, resulting in concerns over Read more »

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Europe’s most advanced oil re-refinery now operational

Just 18 months after breaking ground, Europe’s most advanced, 100,000 tonnes per annum, used lubricating oil re-refinery, AVISTA Green’s in Kalundborg, Denmark, is operational. The construction of the re-refinery has been realised through an international joint venture between Germany’s AVISTA Read more »

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