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Formulating to meet the lubrication challenges of modern gas engines to prolong oil life and maximize engine protection

  • Jonathan M. HughesEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Over the past few decades the world’s population has grown considerably, and continues to do so. Combined with an overall increase in standards of living the global demand for energy has increased and is expected to continue to rise. Natural gas is increasingly being seen as one of the solutions to cater for this increased energy demand. As a fuel it is readily available, flexible and affordable.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Technologist – Lubes Product Development EMEAInfineum UK LtdAbingdonEngland

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