Kline research keeps Shell at the top of the lubes market for 2015, but will this remain the case for 2016?
The re-balance in the lubricants economy; UEIL conference contributions, refining over-capacity squeezes the oil majors and the Middle East enters the fray and how the lubes industry is helping to drive F1.
The North American finished lubes and automotive consumer markets are recovering, but it will be a slow process according to Kline.
The lastest GF-5 specs are drafted; passenger car oils will lead the lubricants recovery according to Kline; Nigeria's base oil import ban is a cause for debate and Chevron pulls out of India.
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