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October 9, 2019

Volume 2 Issue 41

Light Alloys Challenge Metalworking Fluids

The types of metals used in wide ranges of products have evolved in recent years, trending toward greater use of alloys and new kinds of alloys, and this creates challenges in the formulation of metalworking fluids.

Industry Urged to Eye Design Changes

Lubricant marketers should monitor new automotive engine technologies - both large changes and smaller ones - to keep abreast of potential developments in lube performance demands, an industry insider said at a conference.

North American Energy Demand to Stay Flat

Energy demand will stay flat in North America and increase by 37 percent in Latin America between 2017 and 2040, according to a new forecast by ExxonMobil.

Briefly Noted

Intertek opened a 135,000-square-foot laboratory in San Antonio. The facility houses the companys Transportation Technologies services, including a chemical testing team that evaluates performance properties of lubricants, other fluids and material compounds found in automotive applications, as well as a small engine and emissions testing team that assesses engines for equipment such as all-terrain vehicles, motorcycles, marine products and garden products.

Base Oil Reports

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U.S. Base Oil Price Report

The U.S. base oil market seemed to be moving at a sedate pace despite expectations that demand would pick up before slowing down again ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday in late November.-by Gabriela Wheeler
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