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New gas station for heavy-duty vehicles opens in Sweden

Sep 13, 2019
The site is located in Torsvik, just south of Jönköping, and it offers liquefied natural g ...

Mexico's cartels tell retailers to stop selling fuel to the army

Sep 13, 2019
The Federal Prosecutor for Consumer Protection (Profeco) closed down nine petrol station i ...

China’s largest gas station chain launches its own coffee brand

Sep 12, 2019
Chinese gas station giant Sinopec has launched its own brand of coffee called EasyJet as p ...

Caltex teams up with UberEats for home delivering

Sep 12, 2019
The company will offer delivery service from 300 sites nationally. ...

USA: Trump takes on flavoured e-cigarettes

Sep 12, 2019
The U.S. Administration could ban the sale of flavoured e-cigarettes as youth consumption ...

Bulgaria: First hydrogen filling stations to be operational by next year

Sep 17, 2019
The draft regulation also envisages that the number of sites could reach 50 by 2030. ...

China: PetroChina to develop clean energy fuel stations in Nanjing

Sep 16, 2019
MEG and PetroChina will establish a joint venture to construct new energy fuel stations an ...

Re-branding of fuel stations: from OiLibya to OLA Energy

Sep 17, 2019 | Advertorial
The OiLibya retail visual identity project. ...

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