A court in the Hague has ordered Shell to cut carbon emissions by 45% by 2030 while Exxon Mobil and Chevron see major internal changes.
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Lastest lubes packaging from Shell and Castrol continue drive towards sustainable product containers.
The first Quarter of 2021 saw a significant bounce-back for pandemic-hit oil majors as earnings increased and debt was reduced. Investments in renewable and low-carbon technologies appears to be the focus for the future.
While there is a will to reduce CO2 emissions in Europe, industry and environmentalists are lobbying for more investment in infrastructure to make it possible.
Developments in lubes for electric vehicles continue apace despite consumers being slower to adopt than business buyers.
The global automotive aftermarket sector is predicted to show exponential growth over the next five years, despite the short-term effects of the COVID pandemic. For most analysts, e-commerce is the route to success.
The oil majors continue to suffer as the impact of the COVID Pandemic and reduced oil demand took their toll on 2020, although some still managed to show profitability.
Total increases supply of E85 fuel while study finds corn ethanol emissions lower than gasoline.
The changing landscape of recycling waste and biofuel development.
Shell continues to lead global lubricants market while innovating in sustainability training for fleet managers.