A new poll of UK citizens has shown a clear majority in favour of onshore wind power and who want the Government to change its current policy, which has effectively banned onshore wind power by excluding projects from the Continue reading New poll suggests strong support for onshore wind power
ExxonMobil, which makes the lubricants for Mobil distributors, has signed a sole supplier five-year agreement with Infinis Continue reading ExxonMobil signs five-year deal with Infinis
A new report from the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) argues that onshore wind power projects should be allowed to participate in the Contract for Difference (CfD) auction scheme again. Continue reading Infrastructure report calls for more UK onshore wind power
Quoting sources privy to the data, Reuters reports that Russia was already pumping up to 11.193 million bpd (barrels per day) in the first days of July. Continue reading Russia already increasing oil production
Venezuela’s ailing oil sector may receive a welcome boost through investment from China, according to a report Continue reading China to invest $250 million boosting Venezuela oil production
Few can argue with the need for a good lubrication programme with quality products, such as those from Mobil stockists. While many people talk about increased reliability, less unscheduled downtime, and greater efficiency, this all Continue reading How to quantify the benefits of a lubrication programme
US President Donald Trump has claimed that he has gained assurances from King Salman of Saudi Arabia to increase production by up to two million barrels per Continue reading Confusion ensues as Trump claims two million bpd Saudi production boost
A new report from insurance company The Swedish Club has revealed that lubrication errors are now the most common, and most expensive, cause of marine main engine damage.
The study covers 8,759 insured vessels over Continue reading New study finds increase in engine lubrication failures
Bloomberg reports sources informed about Saudi Arabia’s output policy as saying that the country is preparing to pump a record-breaking 10.8 million barrels per day (bpd) in July. This would follow the recent OPEC deal where members agreed to relax production caps by a million bpd. At the meeting, Khalid Al-Falih, the Saudi Arabian Energy Minister, said his country would prioritize its customers by doing “whatever is necessary to Continue reading Saudi Arabia planning record oil production
There’s no disputing that shale oil has revolutionised US oil production. It started when producers sought to take advantage of oil prices over $100 by exploiting tight oil formations that would otherwise be uneconomical.