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Life of a Lubricant: The Complex World of Lubricant Testing Life of a Lubricant: The Complex World of Lubricant Testing

life of a lubricant: the complex world of lubricant testing 

Set against a backdrop of emerging new fuels for marine propulsion and ever-increasing, stringent emissions regulations, formulating and testing new lubricants for the marine industry is a long and detailed process for Chevron Marine Products.

chevron's robert wolf on the growing popularity of biofuel

The Maritime Executive recently caught up with Robert Wolf, Senior Manager Strategic Initiatives at Chevron-owned Renewable Energy Group, a leading producer and distributor of biofuel bunkers. To discuss the growing popularity of biofuels, its production process’ and its future in the maritime industry.

Chevron's Robert Wolf on the Growing Popularity of Biofuel Chevron's Robert Wolf on the Growing Popularity of Biofuel
developing new lubricants for the future developing new lubricants for the future

life of a lubricant: developing new lubricants for the future

Chevron Marine Products new series ‘Life of a lubricant’ begins with ‘Developing new lubricants for the future’, where Chevron Marine Products’ Baskaran Balakrishnan, Manager, Global Marine Lube Support Products and Technology, outlines the process involved in the formulation of new lubricants for the marine sector.

a collaborative route to a decarbonised marine industry

Covering the latest industry alliance involving Chevron Marine Products and the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) this article underlines the significant advances in the use of biofuels in the marine industry.

a collaborative route to a decarbonised marine industry a collaborative route to a decarbonised marine industry
taro ultra advanced 40 supports global emissions goals taro ultra advanced 40 supports global emissions goals

taro ultra advanced 40 supports global emissions goals

Chevron’s new Category II lube oil, Taro Ultra Advanced 40, can contribute to meeting European and global carbon emissions reduction goals, believes Pat McCloud, Chevron’s General Manager for Global Marine Lubricants.