Sydney Moore

sydney@lubesngreases.com

Assistant Editor, Lubes’n’Greases magazine - Sydney Moore joined the LNG editorial team in July of 2019 as assistant editor for Lubes’n’Greases magazine. She began her professional career in 2015 as a part-time editing and technical writing intern at the University of Idaho’s Idaho Falls Center. Upon earning a Bachelor’s degree in English from Idaho State University in May of 2018, her internship with UI turned into a full-time technical writing and editing position. After a total of four years with UI, she accepted her current position at LNG.

Recent Articles

Making a Clean Transition

Making a Clean Transition

Today’s lube manufacturers blend hundreds of different products on the same equipment, necessitating periodic flushing …

Greases Keep Components Moving in Space

Greases Keep Components Moving in Space

“Greases are absolutely the space lubricant of choice,” Christopher DellaCorte, senior technologist of tribology at …

Trade Up or Be Traded In

Trade Up or Be Traded In

Are base oil traders headed for extinction, or will they adapt and rise again to offer value to the industry?

Lubricants Breathe Life into Ventilators

Lubricants Breathe Life into Ventilators

While blenders converting their production lines for hand sanitizer grab headlines, companies that make greases for life …

Air Force Aims to Extend Service Intervals

Air Force Aims to Extend Service Intervals

The U.S. Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s Environmental Quality Technical Support Branch is leading a pilot study aim …

Making Gains or Growing Pains?

Making Gains or Growing Pains?

The lubricant industry boardroom has over the years been a setting for countless mergers, acquisitions and realignments. …

Oil & Politics

Oil & Politics

Latin American countries have been dealing with their share of political turmoil in recent years. Is the unrest suppress …

3-D Printing Called Threat to Metalworking Fluids

3-D Printing Called Threat to Metalworking Fluids

The budding 3-D printing industry has the potential to disrupt the lubricants industry by lessening or virtually elimina …