The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS) has with OFTEC written to Claire Perry Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth requesting urgent clarification over the carbon reduction targets the oil heating sector is expected to meet under the Clean Growth Strategy.
For the last few months the FPS has been working closely with Government officials through the newly formed Government/Industry Contact Group. The meetings have provided a valuable forum for discussion but have also raised important questions over how much carbon reduction is required of industry and by when. More information can be found here
FPS Responds To Government’s Road To Zero Strategy & Submits Evidence On NRMM & Red Diesel Consultation
The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS), is working hard to highlight the potential impact on the industry of the Government’s strategy to reduce emissions from road transport and red diesel consultation by putting forward its members’ views to The Road to Zero: Next steps towards cleaner road transport and delivering our Industrial Strategy, and by […]
The Federation Of Petroleum Suppliers Welcomes News That The Latest ECO 3 Scheme Includes Oil
In May, The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS) submitted a response to the Government’s consultation on ECO 3 and are pleased to learn that the Government has listened to their argument to keep heating oil as part of the next stage of the ECO initiative. ECO 3 covers the future ECO for the period 1 […]
FPS Fights Fuel Poverty In The Midlands With Funds Award For Four Heat Heroes Winners
The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS), together with Midlands-based heating oil distributors, AID Fuels, Nolan Oils and Midland Fuels Oils have been fundraising to help those in fuel poverty and have awarded £11,594 to four National Energy Action Heat Heroes Award winners. The Heat Heroes Awards aim to recognise individuals who have gone ‘above and […]