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
The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers Response to Irish Government’s Climate Plan
Trade association to the liquid fuels distribution industry across Ireland, The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS), is disappointed and frustrated that liquid bio/efuels for home heating are not part of the Government Climate Plan To Tackle Climate Breakdown document released on Monday by the Irish Government. The FPS submitted detailed information to the Government’s National […]
FPS Reveals Tanker Driver Of The Year 2019 Winner
The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS) annual competition to find the finest tanker driver has been won by James Coates of Barton Petroleum Ltd, who was awarded the Driver Of The Year 2019 Award during FPS EXPO in Liverpool in May. In its 19th year, the FPS Driver Of The Year competition is sponsored by […]
FPS Launches Future Vision For Clean Growth and Decarbonisation
The liquid fuels distribution trade association for the UK and Republic of Ireland The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS) has officially launched its future vision for clean growth and decarbonisation during its annual exhibition FPS EXPO 2019. FPS unveiled its vision for cutting carbon through the development of biofuels to visitors at this month’s FPS […]