Energy and auto industries looking to a collaborative future for EVs but mass adoption isn't necessarily the best solution for the environment.
Lubes industry brands fight packaging waste as part of a scheme in New Zealand despite global growth in lube product demand
The global legislative drive to reduce the burn of fossil fuels and enhance air quality is setting challenges for the lubricants industry as OEMs are forced to seek alternative power sources for vehicles and other modes of transport. How the industry responds will be critical over the next few years.
A new warning system to boost Indian road safety has been developed by a lubricants manufacturer.
China's developing economy may soon surpass the US in specialist machine lubricants consumption, but new Euro metal laws could have significant impact on metalworking fluids. \n
Royal Dutch Shell has given up on Alaskan oil production after poor returns and political pressure
US regulators have proposed new plans for lorries and vans to cut emissions to 2027.
Tougher regulations on diesel products have been brought forward by one year
Thatcham Research Future Vehicle Engineer, Andrew Hooker, examines the tensions for automakers in the Chinese market. In particular challenge of low-grade metals and lube recycling on the country's accident repair industry.
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