LNG Publishing Company

Daniel Tyson

Senior Writer

As senior writer, Dan Tyson reports for LubesíníGreases and LubesíníGreases Europe-Middle East-Africa magazines, Lube Report newsletters and special reports such as LubesíníGreasesí Perspective on Electric Vehicles.

Dan has more than 20 years of experience in the news industry. He worked for several years as a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, including stints in Eastern Europe and Washington, D.C., and has held management positions at newspapers in Virginia and West Virginia, as well as with a television station.

Recent Articles

Mexico to Revamp Motor Oil Standards

The Mexican government is preparing to publish new national engine oil standards that are modeled on those in the United States and which would replace its own antiquated standards.

Task Force Tackles Chemicals Reporting

European trade associations representing lubricant and chemical additive suppliers have agreed to create a task force on complying with chemical regulations including communication of sensitive information throughout the supply chain.

Tianhe Trading Remains Suspended

Tianhe Chemicals Groupís trading privileges on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange will remain suspended until further notice, the company announced Wednesday, as it awaits a decision on a potential delisting.

Chile Enacts Recycling Regulation

Chile enacted a law last week that aims to recycle used lubricants by giving producers and end-users responsibilities to help recover waste oils. One industry insider said it will clear up ambiguous language in previous recycling rules.

Lubrizol Working to Reopen Rouen Plant

A month after a blaze roared through two Lubrizol warehouses in Rouen, France, the company is still working to reopen its manufacturing facility there.

Lithium Prices Give Back Ground

Lithium prices have fallen in recent months, offering respite to lubricating grease producers who had been squeezed by a run-up triggered by the popularization of electric vehicles.

Tests Find No Risks from Lubrizol Fire

Environmental impact testing following a Sept. 26 fire at Lubrizol Corp.ís plant in Rouen, France, has found no abnormal levels of contaminants in the area around the facility, but skeptical residents have demanded more transparency from the company and government officials.

Lubrizol Plant Closed Following Fire

Lubrizol Corp. said Monday that it does not yet have a timetable for the reopening of its lubricant additive factory in Rouen, France, following a fire there Sept. 26.

U.S. Base Oil Production Slips

During the first half of 2019, the United Statesí base oil production purred like a contented kitten as Asian countriesí production roared like a hungry tiger.

Feds Probe California Emissions Deal

The United States federal government notified California last week that it had begun an antitrust probe of the stateís recent agreement with four automakers on vehicular emission standards.

Wax Industry Awaits Impact of Tariffs

U.S. distributors and manufacturers of wax and wax products are bracing for the impact of new tariffs on Chinese imports, which went into effect Sept. 1 after the Trump administration fired its latest shot in the ongoing trade war.

New York Settles Over Obsolete Oils

The New York Attorney Generalís Office announced Monday that it reached a settlement fining Dollar General Corp. for the sale of obsolete motor oils unsuitable for most automobiles.

Distributor Expands into Scandinavian Market

German specialty chemical distributor Biesterfeld Spezialchemie acquired Norwegian lubricant distributor Lindberg & Lund AS last week for an undisclosed amount to increase its presence in the lucrative Scandinavian lubricants market.