Both Russia and Saudi Arabia, two of the world’s biggest oil producers, have loosened the taps on oil production ahead of the next OPEC in Vienna on June 22. It is widely anticipated that the cartel, along with its non-member partners, will agree to relax the current production caps to some degree at the meeting.
Saudi Arabia, which has generally been producing Continue reading Russia and Saudi Arabia raise oil production in run up to OPEC meeting
Bloomberg, quoting sources familiar with the matter, reports that the US Government has made a subtle request from OPEC to increase oil production by a million barrels per day (bpd).
While US politicians often criticize OPEC’s management and encourage the cartel to raise production when oil prices climb, it is uncommon for the government to suggest such a specific raise. One theory is that it may compensate for displaced oil production that could follow the reintroduction of Continue reading US asks OPEC to boost oil production
ExxonMobil, the energy giant behind Mobil UK stockists, has set itself new targets for reducing emissions from its upstream operations.
Compared with 2016 levels, the company says it will reduce its methane emissions by 15% by 2020. Methane is the main constituent of natural gas, but it is also Continue reading ExxonMobil targets emission reductions
ExxonMobil, the oil major behind Mobil-branded lubricants, has a broad research portfolio when it comes to biofuels. It believes some fundamental breakthroughs in Continue reading How ExxonMobil is using algae to produce oil
Despite your best efforts, and your choice of high quality lubricants from Mobil UK stockists, it’s not unheard of for components to fail, usually for one Continue reading How debris analysis can help prevent equipment failure
German energy company Uniper has launched a new pilot scheme to make use of wind power by converting it into methane gas.
Wind power across Europe is growing rapidly, and the industry continues to make advancements in production, efficiency, and lubrication, such as from the advanced wind-power lubricants available through Continue reading Germans trial converting wind power into gas
Any good maintenance strategy should consider using used oil analysis (UOA), so operators can make informed decisions about when to make costly interventions such as Continue reading What ExxonMobil learned from analysing oil samples
A new video has been published showing a demonstration by ExxonMobil, the oil major that makes lubricants for Mobil UK stockists, from the exhibition floor of MRO Americas 2018, a leading event for the aviation maintenance industry.
In the demonstration, Gary K. Dudley, who is a global grease product technical advisor for ExxonMobil, begins by saying: Continue reading ExxonMobil demonstrates Mobilgrease 33 at MRO Americas 2018
When you order a high-performance hydraulic lubricant like Mobil DTE 25, you can be sure you’re doing the best for your machinery, but no lubricant lasts forever, especially when Continue reading Using bypass filtration to extend machine life
Recently published government figures reveal that wind power met 14.7% of the country’s total demand in 2017, setting a new record.
It was also a good year for renewables in general, with renewable sources—including bioenergy, hydro, solar, and offshore and onshore wind—meeting almost Continue reading UK wind power sees another record high