The Secretary General of OPEC has stated it is too early to decide as and when any production cuts should apply to Libya and Nigeria. Both these countries have Continue reading Nigeria and Libya will not face production caps yet
India believes that its country’s love of frying could enable it to produce around two million tons of Continue reading India’s fondness for fried foods could cut oil imports
ExxonMobil, the makers of a range of oil-based products, including Mobil DTE Heavy Medium, has announced that it is planning to expand the hydrocracker unit at its Rotterdam refinery, so that it can Continue reading ExxonMobil set to expand Rotterdam Hydrocracker
The major lubricant manufacturer Fuchs Petrolub has confirmed that it will be making a number of changes at Continue reading Significant board changes at Fuchs Lubricants
Q8Oils has confirmed that its lubricants manufacturing operations in the UK and Europe will undergo restructuring, after it secured an investment of Continue reading UK operations restructured by Q8 after major investment
The automotive industry in the UK enjoyed a record high turnover of Continue reading Record turnover for British automotive sector
Wales is now home to the second biggest offshore wind farm in the world, following the opening of the 160-turbine Gwynt y Mor.
The Welsh First Minister, Carwyn Jones AM, was in attendance for the Continue reading Massive wind farm launches in North Wales
Scottish Power’s renewables arm has announced that an agreement has been reached with Spanish company Gamesa for the purchase of roughly 100 wind turbines.
These turbines are set to be used at a planned 239-megawatt wind power facility, which is Continue reading Wind turbine deal agreed by Scottish Power
It was recently reported that UK factories are playing an important role in the national economy recovery.
Plant output has jumped at the same time as oil production has increased. Some manufacturers may therefore Continue reading Increased manufacturing output boosts British industry
The already thriving automotive sector in the UK looks set to obtain a major cash injection, with two overseas investors poised to plough around £650m into it.
Jaguar Land Rover, which is owned by the Indian firm Tata Motors, will be providing Continue reading Multimillion pound boost for UK automotive sector