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April

Fuel tanker driver conciliation talks press on

Talks aimed at finding a solution to the fuel tanker drivers dispute are continuing today, holding off threats of industrial action as Unite’s deadline for announcing a strike draws closer.

Nisa boosts membership with 26 more forecourt stores

Nisa has signed up 26 more forecourt stores in the past financial year, contributing to its best-ever recruitment figures.

Rontec to sell 18 sites to Sainsbury’s

Rontec Investments is planning to sell 18 petrol stations to Sainsbury’s, which would bring the supermarket operator’s network of forecourts to 284. A Sainsbury’s spokesperson said: “The decision by Rontec to sell these sites has provided an excellent opportunity for Sainsbury’s to add to its fuel business and further extend its convenience estate.”

Madderson slams Energy Resilience plan an 'embarrassing failure'

“The first test for the Government’s Energy Resilience plan has been an embarrassing failure with potentially serious consequences for the economy,” said Brian Madderson, RMI Petrol chairman.

Fuel retailers bear the rising cost of crime

Crime on Britain’s forecourts cost fuel retailers £23.4 million in 2011, up from £22.5 million in 2010, according to figures revealed in the annual forecourt crime survey carried out by BOSS, the British Oil Security Syndicate.

Torex expands into new offices

Leading technology provider to the retail, convenience and fuel markets, is expanding its Convenience & Fuel Solutions (CFS) division is into new 10,000sq ft offices which will be officially opened on April 12.

Calling all north-east retailers

Driving profit and legal requirements for delivery procedures will be among the topics discussed at RMI Petrol’s next regional meeting in Durham this month.

Gulf boosts volume right on Kew

St Kew Service Station in Cornwall is already boasting positive results following its recent switch to the Gulf brand after eight years with Jet.

Tanker driver conciliation talks continue

Talks aimed at resolving the fuel tanker drivers dispute and keep threats of strike action at bay have continued for a second day.

RMIP chairman called to meeting with PM's senior policy advisor

RMIP chairman Brian Madderson was snapped outside No 10 Downing Street this week on his way to a meeting with Susan Acland-Hood, senior policy advisor to the Prime Minister.

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 20 January 2020
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East133.4167.40141.10128.52
East Midlands132.93141.67128.44
London133.0565.90142.23128.80
North East131.55139.57126.67
North West132.1066.90140.54127.58
Northern Ireland129.82134.61125.46
Scotland132.65139.08127.50
South East133.80141.93129.03
South West132.9567.90139.13128.12
Wales132.1064.90137.03127.13
West Midlands132.7866.57142.07128.26
Yorkshire & Humber131.9963.90141.14127.34

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