Fuel duty was frozen until 2002, and a cut of 3p per litre on ultra-low sulphur petrol was announced.
What does ULSP stand for?
ULSP stands for Ultra-Low Sulphur Petrol
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We have 2 other meanings of ULSP in our Acronym Attic
- Upper Lateral Splay Graft
- USFSPA (Uniformed Services Former Spouses' Protection Act) Litigation Support Group (San Antonio, TX)
- Ultra Large Scale Integration
- Ultra Large-Scale Integration Density
- Universal Language Services Malta
- Ultra Low-Speed Networking (RFC 1217; Consortium for Slow Commotion Research; April 1, 1991)
- Unit Laser Safety Officer (US Air Force)
- University Laser Safety Officer (various locations)
- University of London Symphony Orchestra
- Ultimate Logging System Professional (Xanga)
- Unified Legal Services Program (National Education Association)
- Ultra-Lightweight Sensor System
- Unita Locale Socio Sanitaria
- Universidad de La Salle-Santaf (Colombia)
- User's Logistics Support Summary
- University of Limerick Staff Sailing Club (Ireland)
- Ultra-Large-Scale Software-Intensive Systems
- University of Liberia Student Union (West Africa)
- Upper Labrador Sea Water (Atlantic Ocean)
- Ultimate (Loads)
Samples in periodicals archive:
National Statistics said ultra-low sulphur petrol fell by an average of 3p per litre to 87.
County council consumer watchdogs carried out tests at several filling stations because of the rise in the number of petrol companies advertising low or ultra-low sulphur petrol and diesel for cars.
Pump prices for ultra-low sulphur petrol dipped by an average of 1.
There was a 2p cut in ultra-low sulphur petrol last November, but most motorists were unable to find it at their local garages.
Most of us had never even heard of ultra-low sulphur petrol until Mr Brown slashed 3p off the duty on it.
While Gordon Brown unveiled a freeze in duty on fuel until 2002 and cut duty on ultra-low sulphur petrol and diesel to reward moves towards greener fuels, Robert Shaw believes the coach industry was once again penalised.
Mr Brown said he did this because of the shortage of ultra-low sulphur petrol at many filling stations.