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Retail Marketing Survey

Published by the Energy Institute (EI), the annual Retail Marketing Survey (RMS) gives a comprehensive review of forecourt retailing in the UK, examining trends, sector performance and developing market opportunities as well as providing detailed statistical information on a company, regional and fuel product basis.

  • 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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  • UK retail prices for petrol, diesel and LPG for road vehicles from 2012 to present, including analysis and graphs. After seeing a slight drop in average February road fuels prices, they rose again in March.  This was predicted as crude oil prices were expected to rise again on prospects of pro...

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  • Finlands Parliament has voted in favour of a law to gradually increase the share of biofuels in its domestic market to 30% by 2029, according to Petrolplaza. The measure not only covers transport fuel but also sets the distribution obligation of bio-based light fuel oil.According to the new law, a ...

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  • Total has entered into an agreement with Brazilian company Grupo Zema to acquire its fuel distribution company Zema Petróleo, its reseller and retailer arm Zema Diesel, as well as its import company Zema Importacao.Zema Petróleo currently manages an extensive branded network of 280 dealer-operated s...

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  • The European Parliaments final adoption of the European Unions (EU) renewable energy policy for 20202030 opens the door to a more effective approach to decarbonising transport but it will be up to Member States to turn that ambition into action, according to ePURE, the organisation representing...

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  • Euro Garages parent company, EG Group, is to expand its overseas interests by acquiring  Woolworths Groups 540 site fuel retail network (Woolworths Petrol) in Australia for A$1.725bn ($1.25bn). Woolworths Petrol operates a nationwide network of forecourts and in the year to 30 June 2018, the ...

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  • Applegreen has completed its purchase of a 51% majority shareholding in Welcome Break, making it the second largest motorway service area (MSA) operator in the UK. Welcome Break operates 24 MSAs, two trunk road service areas and 29 hotels across 35 locations nationwide.Arjun Investment Partners curr...

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  • In his latest budget unveiled on 29 October 2018, the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond announced that the current headline tax rate will continue and stated that the government would launch a call for evidence on plans to make Scotland a global hub for decommissioning.Reported by some i...

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  • The new US Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) trade deal agreed on 30 September 2018 scraps a provision within the old North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) that could have allowed member countries to demand a minimum import level of oil and oil products from each other.Under the old proportiona...

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  • Total fuel use for road vehicles  remained relatively steady over the period 2011 to 2016. Vehicle users were encouraged to switch from petrol to diesel in order to reduce CO2 emissions and the decline in the use of petrol matched has been matched by the increase in use of Derv.  Unfortuna...

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    Record type: Energy Insight

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