ExxonMobil recently confirmed that it has agreed to a five-year partnership with Princeton University, which will see the oil giant donate millions to the US institution over that period.
The team-up was first announced by Princeton through a statement, which Continue reading Princeton announces ExxonMobil support
Cutting fluids are of significance for firms that engage in metalwork, and a wide variety of products is available. However, some manufacturers, such as Fuchs, have made an impressive effort to make products of only the Continue reading Premium cutting fluids for the metalworking sector
The importance of gear oils cannot be denied. If the oil is of a high quality then it can last for a long time,and this can mean that equipment keeps working without awkward breaks. However, there are different types of gear oil and Continue reading Gear oils under the spotlight
Choosing hydraulic fluid can appear somewhat daunting to inexperienced individuals. Nonetheless, it should not be too complex a process and breaking it down into distinct stages can be useful.
When the correct hydraulic fluid is Continue reading Hydraulic fluid: simplifying the selection process
When not maintained to a high standard, machinery will not deliver the goods for a firm or its consumers. For this reason, a team must follow specific procedures if a plant is going to keep functioning smoothly. Only if Continue reading Five tips for maintaining machinery efficiently
Novices should not be afraid of engine oil, but they should try to learn as much about it as possible. It’s vital to explore the details of this product, whether or not it is manufactured by a big corporation such as Shell. This advice holds Continue reading Five points about the proper use of engine oil
Lubricant manufacturers, such as Fuchs, understand that quality matters. It is especially important when food may be affected by the product. This is because the safety of consumers is paramount. Further, any lubricant of food grade should not Continue reading Food grade lubricants: quality counts
A top executive at BHP Billiton has warned that oil prices might go up because the industry has not yet invested enough in new sources of supply.
Tim Cutt has argued that as the American shale boom will reach a peak in Continue reading Oil prices may spike due to lack of discoveries
Irish firm DCC Energy has made an offer of €464m (£332.3m) to buy Butagaz, the French Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) company owned by Royal Dutch Shell.
Shell announced the offer in a press release, adding that it would now consult with Continue reading DCC Energy makes major bid to acquire Shell business
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