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  • ‘It’s the lull before the electric storm,’ suggests Brian Madderson, Chairman of the Petroleum Retailers Association. After a relatively good year, the UK fuel retail market faces a number of challenges. Brian Davis reports.

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  • The fuel retail market faces a variety of challenging scenarios according to Boston Consulting Group (BCG) analysts Chris Biggs, Giuseppe Bonaccorsi, Stuart Groves and Mirko Rubeis. However, there are also significant business opportunities in the years ahead, which some will exploit better than oth...

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  • The fuel retail market is evolving rapidly to meet the needs of the energy transition, changing consumer behaviours, big emerging markets and digitalisation. Here we look at these dramatic changes from an international perspective with BP. Brian Davis reports.

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  • Petroleum Review first published the Energy Institute’s annual Retail Marketing Survey (RMS) supplement in April 1971, and has been providing UK fuel retailing statistics and complementary editorial features ever since. To read more about this changing landscape, please download the article below.Th...

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  • The UK forecourt picture is undergoing significant change in terms of the fuel and convenience offering; let alone plans to boost the uptake of electric and alternatively fuelled vehicles, while banning new petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2040, reports Brian Davis.

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  • Digital transformation is key to the future of retail fuel operations, according to Accenture’s Neale Johnson, Managing Director and Fuels Retail Lead, and Brian Gray, Managing Director and Fuels Retail Lead for North America.

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  • There is a spirit of excitement as fuel retail operators look at future prospects in terms of the fuel mix, electric vehicles and unlimited opportunities for profit with new non-fuel, convenience store offerings, writes Ian David.

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  • Each company has its own area of expertise when it comes to acquisition and growth. Here are some inside views from leading international players in the fuel retail sector, with a brief European overview by Wood Mackenzie analysts, reports David Davidson.

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  • Vivo Energy is making moves in Africa’s fuel retailing sector, reports Priscilla Ross.

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