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Rocket and feather pricing by petrol stations blamed

Rocket and feather pricing by petrol stations blamed Fuel retailers have collected nasty reviews over their “rocket and feather” pricing practices. On Monday, the breakdown provider RAC has stated a litre of unleaded broke records again when it averaged 191.05p on Sunday, taking a full tank of more than £105. Diesel also reached another high…
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Shell decides to sell its petrol stations in Russia

Shell decides to sell its petrol stations in Russia: Today, Shell reported it has signed an agreement to sell Shell Neft LLC, which owns Shell’s retail and lubricants firms in Russia, to PJSC LUKOIL. LUKOIL is believed to be the 2nd biggest producer of crude oil in Russia. The agreement contains 411 retail stations, primarily…
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Fuel prices put the brakes on employees’ commutes

Fuel prices put the brakes on employees’ commutes inflation in fuel prices make more and more workers have their cars parked at their homes instead of traveling to their offices. A new OnePoll survey conducted by software firm Citrix shows nearly 45% of UK employees plan to work from home more often to avoid the…
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New owner of Morrisons to sell 80 petrol stations

New owner of Morrisons to sell 80 petrol stations The new owner of Morrisons has offered to sell 80 petrol stations after competition concerns were lifted by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). This follows a CMA inquiry launched a few months ago into the £7 billion purchase of the supermarket giant by Clayton, Dubilier…
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“Fuel sellers will lose credibility if they don’t lower prices this week”

“Fuel sellers will lose credibility if they don’t lower prices this week”: The RAC has warned that if British fuel retailers do not drop petrol and diesel prices this week, they will lose credibility. According to the RAC, merchants have demonstrated the worst ‘rocket and feather’ behaviour by refusing to lower their pump pricing. According…
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Drivers told to ‘keep a 1/4 of a tank’ as petrol stations close

Drivers told to ‘keep a 1/4 of a tank’ as petrol stations close: Intermittent panic buying of petrol is going on, following an industry-wide shortage of truck drivers has caused some petrol stations to close. Motorists were earlier told by the Petrol Retailers Association to keep a quarter of a tank of fuel in case…
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