Extending engine life while meeting the latest emissions regulations and OEM demands are the main focus of a range of new products announced by majors and independents including Pennzoil, PetroCanada, Shell and Petronas.
The Bloodhound Supersonic Car has reached another milestone as it blasted to more than 200mph (322kmh) in its first rolling tests in the UK.
E-commerce giant Alibaba is helping Chinese police keep tabs on wholesalers suspected of importing fake motor lubricants from Malaysia and selling them online.
The two iconic US brands find new ways of engaging potential customers both online and offline at lubes marketing day as ExxonMobil expands production to Singapore\n
A round-up of Q4 and annual results from the oil majors.
Morris Lubricants has seen its exports increase by 30% in the past year.
ExxonMobil has replaced the Esso lubricants brand with Mobil in Russia.
ExxonMobil gains OEM approval for all Group 1 Dealerships across the US.
ExxonMobil will continue as GM's US lubes supplier for the next five years as Mobil1 gains global DEXOS licence, but Chevron and CITGO will not go for dexos licences.