Two decades can come and go like a flash of lightening, and additive maker Lubrizol predicts major changes for the auto lubes market over the next 20 years.
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Volume 22, Issue 5: May 2016 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
This ancient enemy eats away $2.5 trillion of global GDP each year, but advances in corrosion control are adding new weapons to industry’s arsenal.
Global lubricants demand is stalled at 36 million metric tons a year, the same as 2007. As disruptive technologies emerge, business-as-usual can only spell failure, warns Fuchs Petrolub.
Market, test, go! With just six months left to roll out the new API CK-4 and FA-4 category products, Phillips 66 gives us an inside look at its countdown to launch.
How are used oil recyclers staying afloat in the wake of low crude prices? By controlling what they can, and jettisoning the risk.
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