Forecourt fuel crime ‘continued to climb in third quarter’

Drivers who cannot pay for fuel make up more than two-thirds of all forecourt fuel crime by value, according to recent stats

“Fuel retailers will lose credibility if they will not cut petrol prices this week”

The RAC claims the biggest retailers are still collecting bigger profits on every litre they sell than they traditionally do

Diesel pump price breaks new record

Diesel has hit £1.50 a litre, according to the AA

UK fuel spend ‘broke record in September’

That was 125% more than the same day in 2019, according to new research

British military to start delivering fuel to gas stations today

The government is also introducing a bespoke scheme allowing up to 300 fuel tanker drivers to the come to the UK immediately but on a temporary basis

Petrol Retailers Association tells ELN: “Don’t panic buy”

Steve Coombe, Membership Manager at the Petrol Retailers Association spoke to ELN about the escalating fuel crisis at Britain’s petrol stations

New fuel labels to provide biofuel content to drivers

The labels will appear on the pumps at every forecourt and on the filler caps of all new vehicles by September 2019

UK mulls introducing ‘greener’ petrol at forecourts

The government is seeking views on whether and how it should introduce the E10 fuel, which contains more bioethanol than traditional petrol

Fuel station operators offered free EV charge points

A Basingstoke-based company is offering to install rapid chargers for electric vehicles (EVs) on forecourts and motorway services for free. InstaVolt says it will install and maintain the charging points at no cost and landowners who house the chargers will be given a rental income, saving them from having to make significant investments. The firm […]

More cars on road but drivers buying less fuel

Drivers are buying less fuel despite the fact more cars are on the road, a new survey has revealed. Although there are more registered UK vehicles on the road than ever, total fuel sales dropped 6% since 2002. Drivers bought a total of 35.35million tonnes of fuel in 2012, down from 35.61m tonnes in 2011. […]