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Contents ISSUE No. 162 April 2021


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Automotive PCEO Greases


Lube-Tech: Fuel Economy Engine Oils: The Formulator’s Dilemma


10


How the passenger car lubricants market is responding to changing conditions Dr. Colin Morton, Senior Director for Consumer Lubricants, and Dr. Ewan Delbridge, Director of Technology for Consumer Lubricants, Lubrizol Corporation


23 Lube-Tech


Fuel economy engine oils: the formulator’s dilemma Peter Lee, Southwest Research Institute®


(SwRI® ), San Antonio,


Texas, USA and Boris Zhmud, BIZOL Germany GmbH, Berlin, Germany


36


Sustainability and Pandora’s box Inga Herrmann, Head of Lubricants Department, VSI, and Sebastian Dörr, Lubtrading GmbH


40


Covid-19 and the shortage of raw materials for the lubricant industry UEIL


Regulars:


Presidents’ Reports Editor’s Comment Industry News UEIL News


Local Report: India ICIS Base Oil Report


4 6 8


42 46 47


Upcoming Industry Events 49 LUBE MAGAZINE NO.162 APRIL 2021 3 12


The changing landscape of E-vehicle lubricants Dr. Raj Shah, Dr. Mathias Woydt, Ms. Hillary Wong and Mr. Isaac Kim, Koehler Instrument Company, Inc.


32


Post-COVID-19 outlook on global general industrial oils and grease markets David Tsui, Project Manager, Energy, Kline


Lube THE EUROPEAN LUBRICANTS INDUSTRY MAGAZINE


ISSUE No. 162 The official journal of


April 2021


18


HPM grease standard: are you performance ready? Chris Pether, Afton Chemical


35


2021 – an excellent centenary year The Witham Group - company profile


ISSN 1744-5418


2021


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