As the UK’s natural gas refuelling network grows giving operators more choice of where to fill up, some stations using more expensive refuelling technology may be forced to close, experts have warned. The business case for buying gas trucks depends heavily on the price operators pay for gas, so cheaper stations will see volumes increase faster than those charging more. Steve Carroll, head of transport at the Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon and Fuel Cell technologies (Cenex), a not-for-profit […]
Kuehne + Nagel has opened an 36,089ft² facility in Aberdeen specifically to serve oil and gas industry customers – in a move that brings previously subcontracted container loading and North Sea trailer services in-house.
Road transport can be decarbonised but only if the government and industry work together, claims report
A ban on the sale of new diesel-powered HGVs by 2040 in order to “decarbonise freight” is practicable if the government and industry work together on alternatives, a new report claims.
UK freight operators interested in alternative fuels and retrofit technology to reduce fleet emissions are invited to a free-to-attend LoCITY event on 20 March.