Hundreds of households in England freed from unlawful gas contracts

The Competition and Markets Authority found BDS Fuels had unlawfully used a clause that automatically renewed more than 600 households’ exclusivity contracts without their explicit consent and prevented them from switching suppliers

Clean African plates of food using LPG?

Researchers believe use of the fuel in sub-Saharan cooking could dramatically reduce individual emissions

Switching your LPG supplier on a metered estate?

New and existing liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) customers on metered estates are being urged not to rush into signing a fixed contract. The competition watchdog suggests discussing it with neighbours – through a metered estate manager or tenants’ association – as signing a contract may lock everyone else on the estate with that supplier. LPG […]

Shell to sell Hong Kong and Macau LPG assets

Shell is to sell its liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) business in Hong Kong and Macau. The energy giant announced the conditional sale to DCC Energy has a total value of $150.3 million (£120.5m). It stressed the region remains an important market and said the deal would not have any impact on its other businesses. As part of the agreement, Shell’s branding will remain visible […]