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Volume 20, Issue 10: October 2014 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
It took $1.4 billion and nearly 10 years to make Chevron's new base oil plant a reality. George Gill goes inside the gates at Pascagoula to hear what's coming next.
The engine tests for PC-11 heavy-duty diesel oils are finally locking into place, but a 2016 debut for the category upgrade is fading in the rearview mirror.
China's lube industry has over 4,000 suppliers -- too many says Wu Xinghe of the feisty independent China Rerun. To thrive, you need the right deal.
Joe Beeton drops in on Novvi as its renewable API Group III base oil drops into the market. Its number one target: the all-important automotive segment.
U.S. refinery production of base oils in this year's first half went swimmingly, and export activity was brisk as well. Imports were another story.
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