UKLPG is the source of independent information on all aspects of the LPG industry in the UK. This is the place to find details of all the latest news, events and press releases from UKLPG.
Tuesday 19th March 2019
The UKPIA Safe Loading Pass Scheme (SLPS), which currently applies to vehicles loading liquid fuels, is to be extended to cover Liquefied Petroleum Gases (LPG).
Thursday 14th March 2019
UKLPG, the trade association for the LPG industry, has announced that its interim Chief Executive, George Webb, will join the association as a permanent appointment effective from 1st March 2019.
Thursday 14th March 2019
George Webb, Chief Executive of UKLPG, the trade association for the LPG industry, comments on the release of "A Plan for Wales’ Renewable Energy Future" by the Institute of Welsh Affairs.
Tuesday 22nd January 2019
Last week, UKLPG highlighted to the BEIS Select Committee that an unintended consequence of the methodology behind Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) is moving some homeowners away from low carbon fuels and onto higher carbon energy sources.
Monday 10th December 2018
UKLPG, the trade association for the LPG industry, has announced the appointment of its new interim Chief Executive. Effective from 10th December 2018 following the departure of Peter Westwood due to mutual agreement, George Webb will take up the role for an initial period of six months.
Thursday 29th November 2018
UKLPG, the UK’s national trade association for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), has launched its new Customer Charter outlining the customer care principles agreed by all UKLPG members. The charter sets out principles on cold weather priority delivery; support for customers with visual and aural impairments or of those in payment difficulties; policies on competition and switching; the importance of industry safety standards, and a dispute resolution process.
Thursday 8th November 2018
UKLPG, the trade association for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), has published updated safety guidance for consumers and operators of public LPG refuelling facilities regarding the ownership and filling of freestanding LPG cylinders.
Wednesday 7th November 2018
The Government announced this week (5th November) new rules which require landlords to spend up to £3,500 to improve rental properties with the lowest energy performance ratings. Whilst UKLPG, the trade association for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), encourages further investment into making homes more energy efficient, there have been longstanding concerns that the measurement methodology is flawed.
The trade association for the LPG industry in the UK