Focusing on the correlation between national GDPs and the demand and supply of lubricants with market comparisons from 2008 and Q1 2009.
The world's most expensive car is sold at auction; fatty acid oligomers could herald everlasting elastic bands and piston-engine pilots m
The Fiat, Chrysler, GM, Magna loop is finally closed; Shell undergoes a major restructure; Chevron and ExxonMobil have a busy month and t
President Obama's efficiency and energy legislation gains mixed support, whilst carbon capture and storage causes heated debate.
Drivetrains and transmissions lead this month's innovation including an gasoline engine with diesel efficiency and a GKN LSD for the Mazd
The ACC shows slight encouragement for the chemical industry's production index, but ACEA can't lift the gloom for the European auto make
A sudden spike in oil prices elicits various opinions, but tension still remains in the finished lubes sector; Nigeria voices concerns ov
The F1 teams play a game of brinkmanship with the FIA, Mobil ties up F1 deals and Fuchs takes on a legend.
Castrol sign soccer star Ronaldo as Ambassador, but Australian 'diplomacy' wins the day for additive brands.
Fiat’s bid for global automotive domination is the focus of a packed "In The Mix" section, with Q1 figures from the major oil producers, Val