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Members of the European Parliament concluded that although the EU Commission and member states were already aware, more than a decade ago, that diesel cars’ nitrogen oxide (NOx) ...

China is the global leader in methanol use and has recently expanded methanol production capacity. Since the early 2000s, China’s methanol consumption in fuel products has risen ...

Low carbon technologies are now cost competitive with fossil fuels and innovation is gathering pace across the sector, finds a new report by Lloyd’s Register. But which technolog...

Robert Joore, the new general manager of leading marine lubricants supplier Total Lubmarine has laid out his vision for the company, focusing on developing a range of innovative so...

Made in China: A Chinese perspective on the poly alpha olefin (PAO) market
Despite a decline in worldwide lubricant demand, there is a growing appetite for synthetic lubricants that enhance fuel efficiency, increase drain intervals, reduce emissions, manage engine wear and tear, and continue to perform in extreme temperatures. The manufacture of premium lubricants is achieved using high quality base stocks, such as poly alpha …

Will U.S. lubricants sales volumes finally return to growth?
Lubricant sales in the United States have been “through the wringer” over the past decade. Much of this turmoil can be attributed to the global economic downturn. If you’re a lubricant manufacturer, importer or distributor, relying heavily on lubricant sales volumes, you could be forgiven for believing the declines were never going to subside.
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Lubrizol introduces new additive technology
The Lubrizol Corporation, based in Wickliffe, Ohio, U.S.A., has introduced a new additive technology, Lubrizol(R) PV1119, which provides protection against low-speed pre-ignition (LSPI) and premature chain wear that modern engines demand. “With the increasing prevalence of GDI and TGDI engines, drivers and OEMs cannot afford to wait any longer for …

KMG acquires Flowchem
KMG, a global provider of specialty chemicals, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Flowchem, a leading manufacturer of pipeline performance products, from Arsenal Capital Partners. Under the terms of the acquisition agreement, KMG will acquire Flowchem for a purchase price of USD495 million in cash, including working capital of …

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