Sanctions drafted by the United States senate aim to punish Russian oil companies and banks, but Russian sources insist they will not harm the country’s lubricant industry, which would rely more on local products. However, they warn it could effectively cut the industry off from international markets. read more
August 14, 2018
Volume 1 Issue 33
From Other Editions of Lube Report
Lukoil began distribution of lubricants for construction manufacturer UMG Group and fertilizer company Uralkali. Piraeus, Greece-based marine lubricants supplier Aegean Marine Petroleum Network Inc. promoted Kostas Polydakis to chief operating officer, added John Mystakidis as group financial controller and interim chief financial officer, and announced that Sal Drago, its former global director of supply and trading, rejoined the company in the same role.