Are Extraordinary Measures still required for the world's economies?
High interbank lending rates, continued downward economic forecasts and the challenge of implementing National IV emissions standards are al
A new look to the OATS Bulletin and a new perspective on lubricants marketing.
Tensions between China's dipping PMI and expanding auto industry sending mixed messages.
The drive for US gas is affecting the energy majors' profitability, but the lubes sector is running a tighter ship.
China's latest drive for urbanisation could be good news for the OEM lubes sector and for 'cleaner' infrastructure development.
What would happen if US consumers follow Europe's diesel consumption and petrol reduction lead?
As the new Chinese leadership is sworn in, CO2 emissions top the agenda for the regime's plans for the future.
The complexity of Lubes marketing was brought into sharp relief at the recent London ICIS Conference.
The potential deal between CNPC and Rosneft will require careful balancing on both sides, but is the balance of influence in the energy sect