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UKPIA welcomes Government’s E10 announcement

UKPIA welcomes the UK Government announcement today that mandates higher ethanol content petrol – E10 – following consultation and will continue to seek close government-industry partnership on the rollout of the policy to enable a seamless transition for all consumers. Read more »


Industry response to Government’s Energy White Paper

With Government acknowledging the positive contribution that the industry can make in the transition to net zero in its recently published Energy White Paper, UKPIA and OGUK have welcomed the report. Following the release of the white paper, UKPIA has Read more »


Industry responds to CCC Sixth Carbon Budget

The Sixth Carbon Budget published from the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) outlines the requirement for a 78% reduction in UK territorial emissions between 1990 and 2035. Despite bringing forward the UK’s previous 80% reduction target by nearly 15 years, 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 »


Ground-breaking report from UKPIA proposes net zero pathway

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A recent report released by UKPIA claims that the UK downstream oil sector is already playing a significant role in meeting societal targets for decarbonisation and is capable and willing to do more to reach net zero. The ground-breaking report, 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 »