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The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS) Launch Annual Driver Of The Year Competition

With the busiest time of year for heating oil tanker drivers upon us, The trade association for the heating oil industry has launched their annual competition to find the finest tanker driver in the UK and Republic of Ireland for the Driver Of The Year Awards 2018. Now in its 18th year, this annual competition […]

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2017 Budget Reaction

Today’s budget was a historic event – the first Budget in November but the FPS, the trade association for the oil distribution industry in the UK and Republic of Ireland, hoped that Chancellor Phillip Hammond would reduce fuel duty or vehicle excise duty rates for commercial vehicles.  At the same time the FPS was pleased […]

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Heating Oil Trade Association Launches Get Ready For Winter Campaign While Oil is Cheapest Form of Energy

As the weather begins to turn and the temperatures start to drop, The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS) is urging homeowners and businesses that use oil for heating to get themselves prepared for the winter and not be caught out by bad weather. “Heating oil is currently the cheapest form of energy and has been […]

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The Government’s Clean Growth Strategy: The FPS Response

The Government recently published its Clean Growth Strategy and Boiler Plus initiative as part of its commitment to greener energy. The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS) welcomes this news and fully supports the drive for homeowners to have cost-effective and realistic measures to help them reduce their carbon footprint and boost the energy efficiency of […]

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The FPS Launch Cold Weather Priority Initiative To Tackle Winter Deaths

According to The National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE), each year in the UK, there are around 40,000 ‘excess winter deaths’ each year, brought about by cold. 82.5% of these are in the very elderly (over 75s) – many of which are experiencing fuel poverty. Clearly, something has to be done to bring this figure […]

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