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.
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.
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.
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:
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“We provide the highest service standard to exceed your fuel management needs.”
The UN climate conference, COP26, has now finished in Glasgow with a record number of delegates from different countries and our World Leaders all joined together to face the issue of climate change. The conference saw 503 delegates associated with the fossil fuel industry in attendance, which outnumbered other national delegations. With the reduction of fossil fuels on high priority in everyone’s minds, we look at the outcome of COP26 and how it will affect the oil industry over the next few years.Read more
We're proud to have achieved a customer satisfaction score of 91%, but we won't stop until 100% of our customers are satisfied with our service.Read more
Users of Red Diesel are not expected to clean their fuel tanks or other infrastructure when the change comes into force in April. Users who are losing the entitlement are expected not to purchase any Red Diesel to use after 31st March 2022 and should rundown existing rebated stocks before this date. Any leftover rebated fuel in you tank after 31st March 2022 may be sold or given to someone who is authorised to use it, or to any RDCO, or disposed via an approved waste oil recycling company.Read more