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  • The role and purpose of the oil and gas sector is under increasing scrutiny. Ed Williams, President & CEO, Edelman EMEA, provides his view on how the sector should be presenting itself to the world at large.

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  • PricesThis Energy insight lists the average monthly UK retail prices for road fuel from 1902 to 2011, and also gives information about the changes in the grades of petrol and diesel.In 1902 a gallon of petrol cost 9d (=3.7p).  In 2011 a litre of unleaded petrol cost 133.6p (= 607.5p per gallon)...

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  • Total is to divest several non-core assets in both E&P (Brunei) and its Marketing & Services divisions (Sierra Leone and Liberia) in line with plans to divest $5bn over 20192020. The divestments represent a global value of more than $400mn.The company has sold to Shell its wholly owned subs...

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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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  • From the highs of January, prices have dropped through February to end lower still in March with quite considerable falls: ULSP at 121.04ppl, Diesel on 123.62 ppl, Super Unleaded on 134.39ppl and LPG on 64.65.  With the recent almost unprecedented drop in crude prices, UK automotive fuel price...

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  • A broad coalition comprising ACEA (the European Automobile Manufacturers Association), Liquid Gas Europe, ePURE (the European renewable ethanol association), EBB (European Biodiesel Board) and UPEI (representing European independent fuel suppliers) has called for legal consistency in defining alter...

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  • A new report from a UK government-backed taskforce bringing together key players in the energy, infrastructure and transport sectors suggests that an effectively managed integration of electric vehicles (EVs) with the energy system can significantly improve electricity network efficiency, increase s...

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  • A new IEA report suggests clean hydrogen initiatives are receiving strong support from governments and business globally. Brian Davis reports.

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  • Total fuel use for road vehicles  remained relatively steady over the period 2011 to 2017. Vehicle users were encouraged to switch from petrol to diesel in order to reduce CO2 emissions and the decline in the use of petrol  has been matched by the increase in use of Derv.  Unfortunate...

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  • JET has completed the UK roll-out of its new dual range of JET Ultra premium fuels, which includes JET Ultra premium unleaded and JET Ultra premium diesel. The company is also trialling a pole sign to display all four fuel grade prices as one of a number of innovative forecourt design elements that ...

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