January 2022


The changing face of the fuel depot

As the industry evolves fuel distributors and equipment suppliers talk about how depots have changed, what it takes to establish a new one, and the difference a good depot manager makes

More January 2022


Why are new UK oil fields essential to a sustainable future?

Katy Heidenreich of OGUK, argues that, contrary to widely expressed current views, the UK’s oil and gas industry is the nation’s best bet for building a green and low-carbon future – and that includes opening new oil fields like Cambo


A review of COP 26: the key ‘take-aways’

At the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow, four key areas were highlighted that need to be addressed, commitments made and actions to be agreed to achieve the required energy transition to net zero.


In profile with Neil Ryding

An interview with a leading figure in the fuel oil distribution sector that offers insight into the person behind the work front


Irish oil group launches annual fundraiser

Family-owned Irish oil company, Maxol, has launched its annual Christmas Coffee Cup campaign in support of depression charity Aware as demand for its services continues to grow.


Deal could see key hydrogen role for Fawley

deal to explore potential for a Southampton Hydrogen hub that could lead to large-scale hydrogen production at the Fawley refinery has been agreed by ExxonMobil’s subsidiary Esso.

Further Reading


P66 agrees UK-first sustainable fuel supply

British Airways will become the first airline in the world to use sustainable aviation fuel produced on a commercial scale in the UK after signing a multi-year supply agreement with Phillips 66 Limited.


New Midlands ADR & Pet. Reg. tanker service

The Mercedes-Benz Dealer Midlands Truck & Van plans to open a workshop bay at its branch in Birmingham, that will be compliant with ADR and Petroleum Regulations.