Sri Lanka down to last drop of petrol

The newly-appointed Prime Minister has revealed that the country is on its last day of supply

‘Thousands of litres of diesel’ spilled near Galapagos Islands

A ship carrying 47 diesel barrels sank off the coast of one of Ecuador’s ecologically sensitive areas

Climate protests have cost Essex Police £1m

Essex Police has admitted it deployed hundreds of officers and made 338 arrests over the course of seven days

Extinction Rebellion activists block major oil terminals

Ten critical oil facilities have been blocked

Countries to release 60m barrels of oil in light of Russia-Ukraine war

The IEA Ministers reiterated their support for sanctions imposed on Russia

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

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

Essar Oil UK strikes phased tax payment deal with government

The deal with HMRC, which follows reports suggesting the company had overdue VAT payments, threatening the future of the refinery, will enable it to keep producing as fuel panic persists

UAE awards $3bn for nuclear fuel supply

The UAE has awarded $3billion (£1.9billion) to six foreign firms to supply fuel for the Arab state’s first nuclear power plant. The Barakah plant, located west of Abu Dhabi, is expected to have fuel supply covered for the first 15 years of its operation. The UAE’s nuclear regulator granted the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) […]