As part of plans announced during the launch of the COP26 climate conference, Boris Johnson has said a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in the UK will be brought forward to 2035.
Diesel car drivers have been hit by the longest streak of weekly fuel price rises in more than two years.
India’s growth monikers -- the world’s fastest-growing major economy and the fastest-growing oil user -- might make for good headlines, but when juxtaposed with the less-flattering description of its currency they pose a problem for Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Philippine energy minister Alfonso Cusi has requested oil companies sell "dirtier, cheaper oil" to motorists in an effort to battle inflation in the country.
The cost of filling up a family car will rise by £8 if predicted oil price rises materialise, a motoring firm has warned.
Government officials do not know how much dangerous air pollution is being emitted by diesel trains across the country, a response to a Freedom of Information request suggests.
More than half of cars used by Government ministers are diesels, an investigation has revealed.
Supermarkets should cut at least 2p per litre off the price of petrol and diesel amid falling wholesale costs, according to a motoring organisation.
New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned from 2040 as part of efforts to tackle air pollution, the Government is expected to announce.
The price of diesel has had its biggest monthly fall in more than a year, new figures show.
A scrappage scheme for diesel cars is being considered to improve air quality, it has been reported.
Businesses and environmentalists have called on the Scottish Government to set a date for phasing out cars running on petrol and diesel.
Drivers of diesel vehicles should be offered a cash incentive to switch to cleaner alternatives in an effort to reduce air pollution, a leading think-tank has recommended.
The hundreds of thousands of UK diesel car owners driving to Europe during the school holidays could still be better off filling up on the continent despite the slump in sterling, experts said.
Fuel prices went up by more than 2p per litre last month, new figures show.
China’s love of cars and the gasoline that runs them is exacerbating an oversupply in another fuel decried by refiners across Asia, according to Bank of China International.
Scrappage schemes for diesel cars and boilers, and allowing only the cleanest buses to drive on key polluted roads are among measures proposed by experts to cut pollution and help people live longer.
The proportion of tax in diesel prices is at its highest level in more than a decade, according to a new study.
Supermarkets Asda and Tesco have cut the price of diesel to 97.7 pence per litre (ppl), its lowest level for over six years. But campaigners have called for even greater reductions amid tumbling oil prices.
Asda has cut the price of diesel to 97.7 pence per litre (ppl) amid tumbling oil prices. The supermarket said the 2ppl reduction has taken diesel to its lowest price in over six years.
Fuel could become cheaper than bottled water if the price of oil continues to plummet, motoring experts have said. Oil prices have fallen by 30% since early December, with Brent crude sinking to 30 US dollars a barrel earlier this week. Many analysts are predicting it could tumble even further, with Standard Chartered warning that 10 US dollars a barrel is a possibility.
Fuel retailers have been urged to cut the price of diesel to under £1 per litre. Unleaded fell below that symbolic level at many supermarkets last week for the first time since 2009, excluding promotions. But diesel remains more expensive despite its wholesale price being around 3p per litre (ppl) cheaper than unleaded.
A third £12 million diesel-electric hybrid ferry has been launched on the Clyde.
China's Sinopec is offering its subsidiary refineries big incentives to export their diesel fuel, sources said, in a rare move that reflects the top Asian refiner's deepening concerns about a growing domestic glut.
The average price of petrol has returned to being cheaper than diesel, the RAC said. Two pence per litre was shaved off petrol prices at the pumps during last month, according to the RAC Fuel Watch report. Filling up a 55-litre family car is now £1 cheaper than at the start of September.