ExxonMobil says that its new 40BN cylinder oil, Mobilgard 540, will be available from September 2, 2019. The lubricant has been specifically formulated for use with 0.50% sulfur fuels that comply with
The latest video in ExxonMobil’s Talking Points series brings together specialists from Exxon Mobil and Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) to discuss the marine industry’s readiness for the IMO 2020 global sulfur
ExxonMobil has introduced EMF.5, its range of Engineered Marine Fuels developed ahead of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) global 0.50 percent sulfur cap. It says that all the fuels in the range
Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) and ExxonMobil are collaborating to integrate WinGD’s Integrated Digital Expert (WiDE) predictive maintenance technology and the Mobil Serv cylinder condition monitoring service. They say that this will enable
ExxonMobil is to start rolling out its range of IMO 2020 compliant fuels by the third quarter of this year. In October last year the company announced that ports in Antwerp, Rotterdam,
FEBRUARY 6, 2019 — There’s a reason why orders for LNG carriers are on the increase: Burgeoning U.S. LNG exports. And those export volumes are set to grow, ExxonMobil and partner Qatar
JANUARY 27, 2019 — ExxonMobil Gas Marketing Europe Limited has reached a preliminary agreement to take a substantial share of regasification capacity at the FSRU (Floating Storage and Regasification Unit) project that
NOVEMBER 5, 2018 — Tests conducted by ExxonMobil and gearbox manufacturer Reintjes indicate that Mobil SHC 626 synthetic gear oil can help to improve marine gearbox thermal and mechanical efficiency when compared
OCTOBER 3, 2018 — In a keynote address at the Singapore International Bunker Convention today, ExxonMobil confirmed that all its IMO compliant 0.50 percent sulfur fuels developed to date are residual grades.
By John LaRese, Marine Fuels Technical Advisor, ExxonMobil AUGUST 24, 2018 — The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) decision to implement a 0.50% cap on sulfur emissions has created uncertainty among vessel operators.