To highlight the early transformation our sector is going through, our member companies are making substantial investments in low carbon technologies as well as continuing to securely supply the fuels that still underpin our economic activity.
investments in low carbon technologies as well as continuing to securely supply the fuels that still underpin our economic activity. Fuels Statistics reflects this change, providing more information than ever on renewable transport fuels as well as the rollout of electric vehicle charging facilities. As well as new technologies, member companies are active in most of the industrial decarbonisation clusters across the UK, which represent a new way of working too. bp (East Cast Cluster in Teesside) and Essar (HyNet North West) have been successful in UK Government competitions and have projects on the Track-1 Project Negotiation List. Meanwhile, the Viking and ACORN clusters with involvement from other member companies have been listed
on the Track 2 cluster list. Other member companies in clusters across the UK are hot on their heels. This year’s report captures such cluster involvement and we will look to continue to reflect these important changes in the sector over the coming years. We in Fuels Industry UK welcome your questions and will endeavour to provide the best information on the sector. I trust you will find the Fuels Statistics 2023 publication a valuable resource.
Fuels Statistics 2023
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