We've recently opened up a new office in Halifax Town Centre!

We’ve recently opened up a new office in Halifax Town Centre!

Our team has recently relocated to a new office at the Piece Mill in Halifax at the Leeds Beckett University Centre just next to the famous Piece Hall.

This move comes shortly after we rebranded our business to focus more on sustainable fuels and the future of energy.

Matthew Crockett, Managing Director comments:

“We’ve recently rebranded Antha Ltd to Greenarc Energy Ltd, of which The Oil Depot is part of to signify our commitment to supporting our customers on their transition to sustainable fuels and renewable energy.

By having a central and accessible office for our Greenarc team we hope to build our relationships and expand our team even further.

This is one of many important developments for Greenarc Energy and I’m looking forward to bringing new talent to the company at such an exciting time.”

Beth Lewins, Team Manager at Greenarc Energy, said:

‘’We are excited about this new opportunity to expand Greenarc Energy and better connect with our customers across the country.

It’s an exciting time to join our team at Greenarc Energy. The company is going from strength to strength and opening our new office is just another step in our continued growth.”

Alex Bradbury, Finance Manager at Greenarc Energy Ltd said:

“I would recommend Greenarc Energy to anyone looking for a change in their career or to those who are looking to progress.

I’ve worked at Greenarc for over 4 years now and I have learnt so much from the team and our senior managers, I’m very grateful for all the opportunities I have been given and I’m looking forward to welcoming some new faces to our team.

The new office has a great environment, it’s located in a beautiful and modern building and there are ample parking spaces available in town. Plus the bus station and train station are just a stone throw away!”

Greenarc Energy is currently recruiting for several admin and sales job roles, to find out more contact info@greenarcenergy.co.uk.

Our team at The Piece Hall - just next to our office!


What are the changes to Gas Oil usage?

Can you use Red Diesel as of April 2022?

As part of the government’s commitment to achieving Net Zero emissions by 2050 it was announced that as of the 1st of April 2022, the eligibility to use Gas Oil will be removed for many businesses and sectors. This change is being introduced in part to help promote the use of renewable fuels instead of fossil fuels.

Who Can us Red Diesel?

• Agriculture
• Amateur Sports Clubs
• Golf Courses
• Fish Farming
• Forestry
• Horticulture
• Non-Commercial Heating
• Public Sector
• Rail
• Travelling Fairground

Who Can’t Use Red Diesel?

• Airport Operations
• Commercial Generators
• Commercial Heating
• Construction
• Haulage
• Leisure
• Logistics
• Manufacturing
• Mining and Quarrying
• Ports
• Plant Hire
• Road Maintenance
• Waste Management

Not on this list?

Contact us to check your eligibility.

What may you need to do?

If you are no longer permitted to use Red Diesel, it’s important to run down your existing stocks in advance of the deadline. Our services are available for businesses looking to remove redundant Gas Oil to make way for White Diesel or a Green Fuel replacement.

Leading UK Supplier of Fuel Management Services

Our UK wide team of tank and fuel engineers can provide a fuel uplift and tank cleaning service and have years of experience working with organisations that store and use fuel. Our team will be able to talk you through your individual requirements and answer any questions you may have.

Have you considered making the switch to HVO?

We work in partnership with the largest importer of GreenD+HVO, and stockist in the UK. GreenD+ is a HVO paraffinic EN15940 fuel enhanced with a proprietary organic additive that produces the lowest emission advanced fuel available and is the cleanest drop-in replacement for diesel on the market.

Get in touch with the experts

To find out more about who can use red diesel and how this could affect your business please get in touch with our team below.


Commitment to Reducing Carbon Emissions

Our Commitment to Reducing Carbon Emissions

The Oil Depot, part of the Craggs Energy Group is passionate about the environment and in line with government targets we are committed to help our clients achieve Net Zero carbon emissions while also progressing on our own Net Zero journey for our businesses.

To celebrate Earth Day 2021 on 22nd of April, we are highlighting the steps we have already taken within our group and are going to continue to take as part of our own Net Zero plan.

Solar Electricity at Head Office

Over 700 solar panels installed at Head Office to reduce reliance on traditional energy sources. Located at The Craggs Country Business Park in West Yorkshire, this renewable energy source allows us to have a sustainable energy source that is reliable, independent and has a minimal impact on the beautiful scenery and wildlife we are surrounded by.

Trees Planted to Offset Fleet Emissions

Seven acres of trees planted (that’s 4,000 trees), and a flood attenuation pond has also been built at our head office which will help to alleviate the flood risk to the local area whilst also reducing carbon in the atmosphere.

Electric and Hybrid Cars Company Cars

In mid-2020 we introduced a policy for all company cars to be either fully electric or hybrid which helps cut down on our own transport emissions.

Offset Heating at Sites

All of the Heating Oil which is used to heat our sites is carbon offset. This means that we purchase Carbon Credits which are used to fund green initiatives around the world such as forestry schemes and hydroelectric power installations.

Production of TankSponge Eco

The Tank Sponge Eco has been made with the environment in mind and was also a finalist in the UKIFDA 2019 Green Awards which recognises the extraordinary contribution and commitment that companies make towards growing a greener future. It has been manufactured with no single-use plastic and packaged in 100% recycled cardboard. The purpose of the TankSponge Eco is to help oil customers safely remove water from their fuel storage tanks and prevent harmful sludge formation which can impact a system’s efficiency and also lead to breakdowns.

Carbon Offset Fuel Available to Customers

We are delighted to now be able to offer the sale of both Carbon-offset Bulk Fuel and Fuel Cards to customers who wish to reduce their own carbon footprint. When a customer chooses to offset their fuel, we purchase the equivalent carbon reduction credits on the customers behalf. These carbon credits are then used to fund green initiatives.

We work with well-established and experienced Carbon Project Developers who are all verified by external and leading global Carbon Offset verification organisations such as: Gold Standard, VCA (Verified Carbon Standard) and Climate Action Reserve.

For more information on how you can carbon offset your own fuel purchases click here.

Trial “B30” and “B100” Kerosene

Within our group of companies we are currently piloting a trial of “B30” Kerosene (a Heating Oil which contains 30% Biofuel) and “B100” (which contains 100% Biofuel) with our domestic and commercial customers. Fuels such as these could be the future for domestic and commercial oil heating systems.

The Sale of HVO

Another way in which we support our customers to reduce their carbon footprint is through the supply of HVO Fuel (Green D), a cleaner alternative to Gas Oil (Red Diesel) and DERV (Road Diesel).

HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil), is a fossil-free, paraffinic fuel made from 100% renewable raw materials. HVO is a more sustainable and higher quality diesel fuel that is suitable for all diesel-powered vehicles and industrial powered generators.

HVO is produced from waste fats, vegetables and oils and complies with EN15940 specifications. It is “cleaner” than both diesel or FAME (fatty acid methyl ester – i.e biodiesel) and unlike biodiesel, HVO does not deteriorate over time and can be used in temperature extremes.

Eco Delivery Routes

Our fuel delivery businesses operate where possible pre-planned “Eco Delivery Routes” which group customers orders together to lower our own delivery emissions and transport costs.

A program for change

Within different parts of our group, we are developing programmes to help both residential and commercial oil customers on their Net Zero journey. These programmes include optimising existing oil infrastructure, removing redundant fuel systems, the development of bespoke renewable project plans and fully managed renewable installations.

If you are a fuel user and are interested in reducing your carbon emissions through the supply of HVO or Carbon Offsetting then please get in touch via our website here.

If you are a business or home owner looking to transition away from an oil system to a renewable energy system please register your interest using the contact form below and a member of our renewable project team will be in touch.


    TankSponge Eco - Removes upto 700ml of water from your fuel tank

    The TankSponge Eco is a simple and cost-effective solution to soak up water and help prevent the build-up of harmful tank sludge in your Heating Oil tank while leaving your Heating Oil unaffected – for only £21!

    Tank sludge occurs naturally when mineral based fuels (like Heating Oil and Diesels) come into contact with water (often formed from condensation or leaks). The presence of tank sludge can cause considerable damage to boilers, vehicles and other types of machinery.

    The TankSponge Eco is made from recycled plastics and the outer cage is fully re-usable as further water soaking inserts can be provided.

    Your TankSponge Eco can be delivered direct to your door and you can easily install at your own convenience.

    Contact Us to order your TankSponge Eco or speak to us about becoming a distributor!