On 20 July 2011, the OFT published the full text of its decision to seek undertakings from GB Oils Limited in lieu of referring its anticipated acquisition of Pace Fuelcare Limited to the Competition Commission under the Enterprise Act 2002. The OFT found that the merger will reduce the number of distributors of heating oils and transport fuels on the Isle of Wight from two to one. The threat of supply from the Mainland would not, on its own, be an effective constraint on the merged entity. Therefore, the OFT believes that there is a realistic prospect of a substantial lessening of competition. However, the OFT believes that its competition concerns can be fully addressed by undertakings in lieu requiring the divestment, to a suitable up-front purchaser, of the Isle of Wight distribution business of either GB Oils or Pace and of Pace’s terminal in Cowes.