On the occasion of the challenge put by IMO with the 2020 sulphur limit cap regulation, LUKOIL Marine Lubricants launched NAVIGO MCL Extra, a 40 BN marine cylinder oil for distillate, ultra-low Sulphur fuel oil (<0.1%S) and low Sulphur heavy fuel oil applications.
Gazpromneft-Lubricants signed a new three-year agreement with Rosmorport to supply marine lubricants, in order to support the fleet. The volume of supplied products by the end of 2019 is planned to be more than 1,500 tons of marine lubricants, that is three times higher than the scope of supply under the previous agreement.
Transparency Market Research has published its new report concerning marine lubricants, which indicates that the market of lubricants is estimated to reach US$ 3,336.12 Mn by 2024, expanding at a CAGR of 4.17% between 2016 and 2024.
Shell Marine says it has launch a ‘new and unique’ solution for the lubricants management which combines purchasing options, services and an extensive range of lubricant products in a multi-faceted strategy, addressing its customers’ most pressing operational concerns.
Maersk Fluid Technology has signed agreements with Evergas and Clipper Group, for the supply of the SEA-Mate® Blending-on-Board (BOB) system. The BOB system, addressing to all 2-stroke engine sizes, aims to facilitate the cylinder lubrication and system oil quality.
SKF issued a release, noting the importance of choosing the right oil in seal lubrication procedures, in order to ensure they last in the extremely demanding conditions they are exposed to. In this context and, as the range of marine lubricants on the market is surprisingly diverse, SKF provides information on how oil must be subjected to testing.
Shell Marine has announced that it has updated its Shell Marine App to include mobile reporting of Shell Rapid Lube Analyst reports. This adds to other features such as mobile tracking of orders or interactive vessel guides to Shell Marine’s lubricants offer.
In this video Serge Dal Farra, Marketing Director at Total Lubmarine, explains the way lubricants contribute to environmental efficiency.
Shell’s newest lubricant oil blending plant, located in Marunda Centre, near Jakarta, Indonesia, will now offer new marine products including marine lubricants in response to the growing domestic maritime sector in Indonesia.
The new hydrocracker, arrived in Rotterdam on October 25, will be separating heavier products into cleaner, higher-grade end products such as base oils for lubricants and ultra-low-sulphur diesel fuel.
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