API is to form a New Energy Vehicle Fluids Working Group to consider standards for NEV fluids.
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A supplement to the API SN standard has been proposed to provide additional protection against low-speed pre-ignition for turbocharged direct injection gasoline-powered vehicles.
API has started work on PC-12, a new heavy-duty engine oil standard to meet fuel economy and emissions and forthcoming engine technology.
Passenger vehicle technology must adapt quickly to the challenge of a growing car market and the urgency of climate change according to Lubrizol.
A new study focused on the auto industry finds that tightening emissions standards fails to curtail on-road emissions and increases the likelihood of non-compliance by automakers.
The lubes industry must meet the challenges of EVs and hybrid vehicles.
The International Fluids Consortium will develop performance-based fluid specifications that will ensure current and future vehicle technologies are supported.
While there is a will to reduce CO2 emissions in Europe, industry and environmentalists are lobbying for more investment in infrastructure to make it possible.
Oil and automotive industries are heading towards carbon neutrality through major changes and carbon offset.
Total increases supply of E85 fuel while study finds corn ethanol emissions lower than gasoline.