Cutting fluids comprise a range of lubricants that are ideally suited to use in grinding and other metalworking applications. Manufacturers of the best quality cutting oils include Fuchs and Houghton.
Some cutting fluids are Continue reading What is cutting fluid?
Oil major Shell has airlifted nine workers from one of its rigs in the Gulf of Mexico following a coronavirus outbreak.
After being taken to an Continue reading Shell airlifts workers from Gulf of Mexico
Specialist compressor lubricants are available from the likes of Shell, Fuchs and Mobil. These lubricants are more than able to cope with even very high demand conditions, offering a superlative level of protection against Continue reading A guide to compressor oil
There is a wide range of commercial vehicle lubricants on the market. These superior oils are specifically designed for use with heavy goods transporters or other large commercial vehicles. Whether the vehicle is a Continue reading The lowdown on commercial vehicle oil
Investment bank and financial services company Morgan Stanley has given a positive signal to the oil industry by upgrading its end-of-year forecast for Brent crude to $40 per barrel. It also raised its third-quarter Continue reading Morgan Stanley expects Brent to reach $40 by 2021
Agricultural lubricants are specially designed to meet the demands of farming in the present day, and are tailored to the equipment most often used in agriculture. Whether it’s a tractor or combine harvester, a Continue reading Everything you need to know about agricultural oil
The Commercial Carrier Journal has published an article about the delicate balance that needs to be struck by additives in commercial vehicle oil, and questions whether aftermarket oil additives are really necessary or Continue reading Lubricant experts weigh in on oil additives
Bloomberg reports that Royal Dutch Shell is set to take a series of measures to strengthen its resilience during the COVID-19 crisis, including offering voluntary severances to staff.
The company has Continue reading Shell offers voluntary severance
A new study from the University of Aberdeen has indicated that if low oil prices persist, as much as a third of the remaining recoverable reserves of gas and oil in the North Sea may become simply uneconomical to Continue reading Low prices may make some North Sea oil uneconomical, research warns
The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) has reported that it expects oil production in the seven major shale oil basins to drop from 8.019 million barrels per day (bpd) this month to 7.822 million bpd next month, a Continue reading EIA anticipates record drop in US shale oil output