Tag Archives: decarbonisation

Calls for clearer vision for HGVs after Government announces end to conventional engines

In response to the launch of the Government’s 10-point plan on reaching net zero, Alex Veitch, general manager for public policy at Logistics UK, comments: “Logistics businesses fully support the government’s aim to transition to a low-carbon economy, but the Read more »


LQM call for financial incentives to aid decarbonisation push

With almost the entire global fleet still running on fossil fuels tough calls need to be made. In LQM’s recent webinar – Analysing Future Fuels: The Road to Decarbonisation – whilst 71 percent of respondents strongly agreed that shipping must Read more »


UKPIA responds to announcement on combustion engine vehicles

In its aims to decarbonise transport the UK Government has today announced plans for an end to sales of new conventional combustion engines from 2030. UKPIA fully supports the decarbonisation of transport and will continue to work with its members Read more »


Oil & Gas working together for net zero future theme for SPE Offshore

Neil Saunders

Working together to deliver a decarbonised, net zero future will form the theme and direction for SPE Offshore Europe 2021 being held in Aberdeen, Scotland, 7-10 September 2021. Neil Saunders, conference chair of SPE Offshore Europe 2021 and executive vice Read more »


UKIFDA submits views on Scottish Commission’s work plan

Guy Pulham

Ahead of the set-up of Consumer Scotland in late 2021, UKIFDA has submitted its views on the Scottish Government consultation on the Energy Consumers Commission’s first work plan covering 2020-2021. The consultation asked for views on the aims of the Read more »


UKPIA welcomes FuelsEurope climate neutrality pathway

A FuelsEurope pathway describing how low-carbon liquid fuels could enable the transport sector to contribute to EU’s climate neutrality objective by 2050, has been welcomed by UKPIA. The ‘Clean Fuels for All’ pathway also shows that intermediate CO2 reductions of Read more »