China's latest clampdown on pollution and vehicle emissions, along with volatile domestic and export sales of cars and trucks, is creating c
The 19th ICIS World Base Oils Conference in London provided plenty of food for thought for the lubricants industry, from swing factors to GD
As China enters the Year of the Sheep falling GDP projections cause some to worry, but the lubricants sector continues to invest in innovate
Europe, Russia and the Ukraine all hark back to the 30s, but there are positive signs in the auto industry and connectivity drives technolog
Falling oil prices are prompting lubes producers to revise product costs, but hard discounting can prove as troublesome as maintaining high
Apart from a some obvious losers, falling oil prices are good news overall for the global economy and a win for consumers.
China's 2014 GDP figures may be off target, but automotive and lubes producers remain bullish about the years ahead.
The outcomes of the APEC Summit include a new emissions alliance with the US.
As oil prices and sanctions continue to bite in various parts of the world, Sebastian Crawshaw ponders what next for the US, Europe and Russ
Is China hitting an economic crisis and will the automotive and lubricants industries follow suit?