Hydraulic oil is different to regular lubricating oils. Yes, it does lubricate, and many hydraulic oils like Mobil DTE Light can be applied in both hydraulic and Continue reading What makes hydraulic oil special?
Speaking in Istanbul, Alexander Novak, Russia’s energy minister, has denied there may be a need to cut or freeze production levels in OPEC countries and Continue reading No need to cut oil supplies, says Novak
The Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) has issued a stark warning to some of the world’s leading oil producers to cut down their reliance on energy revenue. The Continue reading IEA warns top oil producers
Reuters reports having seen an internal document prepared by OPEC’s Vienna headquarters for a technical panel. It reveals that it and its partners are facing difficulties in delivering the output increases agreed in Continue reading OPEC struggling to achieve oil boost
A government official has said that he expects US oil production to reach 14 million bpd (barrels per day) by 2020.
OPEC’s overall oil output rose in September by 132,000 bpd (barrels per day) despite new upcoming US sanctions against Iran, which are already hitting the Continue reading OPEC production up despite Iran sanctions
ExxonMobil, the US oil giant that makes lubricants for Mobil stockists, has officially joined the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative, an organisation set up in 2014 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the oil and Continue reading ExxonMobil and others join climate change initiative
The US oil industry has been continually setting new records for oil production, thanks in no small part to the shale revolution. Now, for the first time since 1973, preliminary data from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) has Continue reading US now the world’s top oil producer
Burckhardt Compression and ExxonMobil, both leaders in their respective fields, have agreed a joint endeavour to deliver leading lubricants and Continue reading ExxonMobil signs collaboration agreement with Burckhardt Compression
A Danish research company and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) are to work together on an investigation into the potential to store excess renewable energy as ammonia. Continue reading Collaboration to investigate ammonia to store energy