British Bioethanol APPG

First Registered: 11/09/2019 • Last updated on: 17/11/2021

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To raise awareness of the industry, its economic impact, the supporting role it plays for British agriculture, and the environmental benefits of the bioethanol it produces. To promote the introduction of E10 fuel in the UK, help provide information and provide a greater understanding amongst parliamentarians and consumers.

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Recent Documents related to British Bioethanol

1. Future of the British bioethanol industry
15/01/2019 - Parliamentary Research

Found: 2019/0004, 15 January 2019 The future of the British Bioethanol industry By Suzanna Hinson, Nikki Sutherland

2. British Bioethanol
11/09/2019 - APPGs

Found: role it plays for British agriculture, and the environmental benefits of the bioethanol it produces. To

3. Bioethanol
28/09/2017 - APPGs

Found: role it plays for British agriculture, and the environmental benefits of the bioethanol it produces. To

4. Area of crops grown for bioenergy in England and the UK: 2008-2019
10/12/2020 - Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
- View source

Found: by-products Table C: UK sugar beet areas used for bioethanol supplied to the UK road transport market 2008/9

5. Renewable fuel statistics 2020: Final report
11/11/2021 - Department for Transport
- View source

Found: Kingdom up 12% of .Biodiesel up 64%of Bioethanol 22% 75% used cooking oil. Some renewable

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Recent Speeches related to British Bioethanol

1. British Bioethanol Industry
16/01/2019 - Westminster Hall

1: this House has considered the future of the British bioethanol industry.It is a pleasure to serve - Speech Link
2: right hon. Gentleman indicated.The British bioethanol industry is perhaps not as widely known as - Speech Link

2. Renewable Transport Fuels and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Regulations 2018
06/03/2018 - Lords Chamber

1: 2032.The department is aware that the UK bioethanol industry and its partners would have preferred - Speech Link
2: force? I remind your Lordships that, in the past, British Governments have led the way—for example, on the - Speech Link
3: To put the figures into perspective, total UK bioethanol production capacity at the moment is equivalent - Speech Link

3. Motor Fuel (Composition and Content) and the Biofuel (Labelling) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2021
12/07/2021 - Grand Committee

1: US, to name but a few. We also have a valuable bioethanol industry in the UK that will benefit from increased - Speech Link
2: your tank” in a way that Esso never intended. Bioethanol involves taking food that could perfectly well - Speech Link
3: seriously underutilised. Significant amounts of bioethanol supplied under the RTFO come from outside the - Speech Link

4. Oral Answers to Questions
28/02/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: What representations he has received from the bioethanol industry as part of the negotiations for the - Speech Link
2: representatives of the chemical sector, including the bioethanol industry, and they made it very clear that supporting - Speech Link
3: Minister for his response but, on behalf of the British bioethanol industry, may I highlight the devastating - Speech Link

5. Draft Motor Fuel (Composition and Content) and Biofuel (Labelling) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2021
14/07/2021 - General Committees

1: United States. We also have a valuable domestic bioethanol industry that would benefit from increased demand - Speech Link
2: levelling the playing field across the sector. Bioethanol blending will be driven by the RTFO, as she referenced - Speech Link

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Recent Questions related to British Bioethanol
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asked by: Baroness Lister of Burtersett
... what the process is for doing so.

2. British Nationality: British Overseas Territories
asked by: Baroness Lister of Burtersett
...To ask Her Majesty's Government what rights to enter the UK will be accorded to Hong Kong residents who were British Overseas Territories citizens until 1997.

3. British National (Overseas): British Nationality
asked by: Baroness Northover
... how many years it is proposed that BNO status holders and their dependants will have to be continuously resident in the United Kingdom before being eligible to apply for ILR.

4. British Nationality
asked by: Lord Alton of Liverpool
...To ask Her Majesty's Government whether British Nationals (Overseas) can include any years they have spent residing in the UK under a Tier 4 or Tier 5 visa towards the residency criteria in an application for indefinite leave to remain under the new pathway to citizenship.

5. British Nationality
asked by: Alistair Carmichael
... 2017 and 2018 were victims of trafficking.

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7 Current APPG Officers
Matt Vickers Portrait
Matt Vickers
Chair & Registered Contact
Conservative - Stockton South
Joined: 8th April 2020
1 APPG Membership
Future of Retail
Oliver Heald Portrait
Oliver Heald
Conservative - North East Hertfordshire
Joined: 8th April 2020
Alex Cunningham Portrait
Alex Cunningham
Labour - Stockton North
Joined: 8th April 2020
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Matt Vickers MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 3723.


Public Enquiry Point:

Dave Waugh, Ensus UK Ltd, The Granary, 17a High Street, Yarm TS15 9BW. Tel: 01642 794 036


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Benefits in Kind
1 May 2019
Ensus provided financial and administrative assistance for an inquiry (compiling written evidence, organising oral evidence sessions, and drafting, publishing and launching a report). Ensus paid PoliMonitor to help them do this.   From : 01/05/2019 To : 30/07/2019

No direct financial benefits are on record for the British Bioethanol APPG

Former APPG Officers
Nic Dakin Portrait
Nic Dakin
Chair & Registered Contact
Labour - Former Member for Scunthorpe
Joined: 11th September 2019
Departed: 5th November 2019
No other APPG Memberships
Anna Turley Portrait
Anna Turley
Vice Chair
Labour (Co-op) - Former Member for Redcar
Joined: 11th September 2019
Departed: 5th November 2019
No other APPG Memberships
Andrew Percy Portrait
Andrew Percy
Vice Chair
Conservative - Brigg and Goole
Joined: 11th September 2019
Departed: 5th November 2019