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A ‘bund’ refers to a secondary layer of protection or containment. In the case of bulk fuel or other chemical storage and handling, it’s a protective layer or wall around a potentially damaging substance – such as highly flammable fuel – that will prevent accidental spillage.


Each and every month we hold a “photo of the month” competition for our staff across the country, and April’s winner is a treat.


When it comes to efficiency, intelligence and innate solutions, Mother Nature always knows best. Now, she’s stepping up once again, with scientists revealing a newly-developed fuel cell technology that promises to pioneer the clean energy revolution. And most intriguing of all, cacti are at the heart of the innovation.


A study funded by the European Climate Foundation has found that moving to a transportation system with low-carbon emissions would save the world around US$330 billion in oil costs by the year 2030. This calculation is based on the technologies and steps that were agreed upon at Paris' COP21 climate summit late last year.


Many companies with a fleet of vehicles still use off-site refuelling facilities. But this can result in higher costs and wasted time. If your company is still off-site refuelling, here are three reasons you need to consider on-site fuel storage.


Do you ever get the feeling petrol prices have a will of their own? You see the barrel prices of Arab oil drop on the finance report and think “Ah good, petrol prices will come down soon.” But they don’t.


As the fuel supplier for the Northern Pipeline Interconnector (NPI) project on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Bulk Fuel Australia delivered just under 1,000,000 litres of fuel to all mobile and fixed plant on site.


Liquid fuels, like diesel, are costly. Many farmers spend a six figure annual sum on fuel alone. In order to reduce the annual cost of fuel, it is often advantageous to bulk buy fuel. With that in mind, here is a quick fuel buying guide for farmers.


According to a recent report by ABC, experts are predicting the current low fuel prices in Australia to continue. This should come as welcome news to fleet and site managers nationwide.


Did you ever stop to think about the amount of fuel it takes to mine fuel?

The Energy Efficiency Exchange is a joint initiative of the Australian, State and Territory governments and has made a number of recommendations to create ways to lessen fuel consumption.