Maintaining Energy and Power resilience across the UK

Working in partnership with our customers to keep UK industry running smoothly 24/7



Our emergency response service, proactive fuel maintenance and 24/7 fuel management programmes are focused on providing business resilience and uptime. In the drive to find alternatives to traditional fuels, new and sustainable fuelling solutions for the energy and power industry have been identified that can eliminate the need for traditional fuel management programmes, reduce fuel management costs and ensure business resilience.


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24/7 delivery service


We tailor our service level for our Energy and Power customers to fit your business requirements. We deliver 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to make sure your tanks are always full.

  • 24/7 out of hours availability and service
  • Ten strategically located operating centres
  • Small, medium and bulk load fuel deliveries
  • Emergency response delivery service

Fuel quality analysis


As part of our bespoke fuel management programmes, we offer market-leading laboratory analysis to give our customers peace of mind that their fuel is at the quality needed to be called upon at any time.

  • Fuel sampling independently verified by accredited laboratories
  • Full analysis report provided with recommended next steps
  • Expert fuel technicians to carry out sampling on site


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Tailored fuel management programmes


Our fuel management programmes are designed to remove the risk involved in storing fuel and ensures investments are kept in the most efficient and reliable condition possible.


Our fuel management contracts provide:

  • Rapid emergency call-out response time
  • Regular fuel sampling schedule with bespoke reports
  • Advanced telemetry to monitor fuel levels at all times

Key contact

Mark Clouter

Business Development Sales Manager

0800 980 6172

Email Mark

We provide the highest service standard to exceed your fuel management needs.

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