Chemical technology is helping to create new bio-lubes, while majors are collaborating with non-lube giants to recycle chemicals and plastics.
NEV adoption rises on massive government stimulus promise
Fuchs has acquired Sweden-based company Statoil Fuel & Retail Lubricants from Couche-Tard Luxembourg.
Wärtsilä has developed propulsion systems which are compatible with environmentally acceptable lubricants (EALs). Meanwhile BP & Sinopec sign Singapore marine JV.
Research shows biodiesel handling should be different from petroleum-based diesel.
Volvo has developed a spray-on reflective paint which could transform cycling safety.
Volvo has confirmed plans for a new vehicle assembly plant in the U.S.
Both automakers are seeing sales rise at home and abroad\n
Average CO2 emissions for new cars in Europe fell by at leats 2g/km with Renault recording the lowest average emissions, according to a JATO Dynamics report.
Four years after being acquired by Geely, Volvo is starting to show progress\n