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Volume 22, Issue 10: October 2016 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
Demand for consumer auto lubes will slow over the next five years, and some major oil brands are shifting to lower prices to negotiate the speed hump.
A Special Report in association with ExxonMobil.
Economic reforms and potential foreign investment project hope onto the horizon. Could near-term volatility turn that promise into a mirage?
Texas Refinery Corp. opens its state-of-the-art grease facility, producing the fruit of nearly a century’s labor.
Does the right base stock for your job have more to do with molecular shape than viscosity or temperature?
As higher fines loom for GHS label violations, a streamlined labeling tool could rescue distributors still trying to catch up. (Video!)
U.S. base oil refiners cooled their jets a bit in the year's first half. All told, output fell 8 percent versus first-half 2015.
Lubes'n'Greases is LNG's flagship, award-winning, independent monthly magazine for and about the global lubricants industry. Every month, print and digital editions deliver hard news, features and informed opinions covering automotive and industrial lubricants, metalworking fluids, greases, base stocks, additives, packaging, biodegradable and synthetic products, companies, people, issues and trends affecting the industry.
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