Hoyer Petrolog UK has announce that it has signed a five-year contract with BP to deliver bioethanol products to Hemel, Northampton and Kingsbury fuels terminals in the UK.
As part of the contract Hoyer will take on responsibility for resource provision, planning and dispatch to the BP-owned terminals.
The new contract commenced on 1 October that required five drivers and three vehicle combinations into the existing BP portfolio operated by Hoyer Petrolog UK.
BP are a key strategic partner and this new business strengthens the existing relationship formed between the two companies.
Last month we reported that Air bp, the international aviation fuel products and services supplier, has delivered 210 tonnes of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to Swedish airport operator, Swedavia.
Swedavia and its partners SOS Alarm, Systembolaget and the 2030 Secretariat procured the fuel through a joint tender, as part of an initiative to promote the large-scale production of SAF and its use.
The SAF delivered to Stockholm Arlanda Airport will result in a reduction in the carbon emissions generated by the business’ corporate air travel.
The SAF supplied by Air bp has been produced by Neste, one of the world’s leading producers of renewable fuels from wastes and residues.
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