Fuel distribution and transport giant Hoyer Petrolog has instigated a major restructuring in response to declining demand for diesel and petrol and the rise in alternative fuels. The restructure sees Hoyer’s Petrolog and Gaslog divisions combined into a new contract division and Allan Davison (pictured), former operations director, replacing Mark Binns as MD. Binns is remaining with the company and will be responsible for its group safety, health, environment, quality (SHEQ) and sustainability activity. Jonathan Lawrence, formerly divisional director of […]
There is growing support for the view that green hydrogen made with renewable electricity could play a key role in decarbonising heavy road transport, but it should not be seen as a “silver bullet” that will address all the industry’s carbon concerns.
The UK government’s ambitious new climate change target of cutting emissions by 78% by 2035 must involve its backing of fuel cells if it is to achieve net zero, according to hydrogen supporters.
Customers’ willingness to shake up the status quo will stand Wincanton in good stead whatever challenges lie ahead, according to its boss.