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Greenergy is a British distributor of petrol and diesel for motor vehicles. It has about a sixth of the UK market.[1] It blends fuels at terminals on the Thames estuary in the south and on Teesside in the north. It sells more than 20 million litres of petrol and diesel a day.[2] As of 2015 it is currently ranked at 474 in the Fortune 500 list of largest companies by revenue.[3]

Greenergy sells fuel to petrol stations and supermarkets for retail sale, and to transport companies.[1]

The company produces and sells biofuel. It has a 250,000 tonne/300 million litre per year plant at Immingham on the east coast of England where biodiesel is made from rapeseed oil.[2][4]

References

  1. ^ a b Tank Storage Association » Greenergy Terminals
  2. ^ a b http://www.simonstorage.com/htm/downloads/SimonNewsletterJanuary2007.pdf
  3. ^ [2]
  4. ^ Newest UK plant turns rapeseed oil into ‘green fuel’ - Farmers Guardian

External links

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