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Live Webinar: Outlook for Wind Turbine Lubricant Demand in the Current Economic Environment

Wind energy has grown rapidly since 2000, however, as the industry is expected to become more mature, governments are phasing out monetary incentives and emphasize on supporting legislation like renewable energy targets, grid priority, land allocations.
Global lubricant demand in the wind energy industry has grown in line with growth in the total installed wind energy capacity. Global wind energy installed capacity grew at a CAGR of 16.6% between 2008 and 2019. During the same period, global lubricant consumption grew at a CAGR of 13%.

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Global Lubricants Market webinar 2019

Live Webinar – Assessing Opportunities in the Global Lubricant Industry

Attend our live presentation led by George Morvey, Industry Manager of Kline’s Energy Practice, on Wednesday, December 11, 2019. This live webinar is based on Kline’s 17th annual assessment of the global lubricants industry, published in 3rd Quarter 2019. It will help you gain a general understanding of the current status of the global lubricants and synthetic lubricants industry.Continue reading

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Live Webinar – Global Trends in Lubricant Additives

Lubricant quality continues to improve, driven by regulations for fuel economy and emissions control. China has released their China VI emission standard for 2021, and India plans to skip Stage V and jump directly to Bharat Stage VI emission standard by 2020. These factors create new business and growth opportunities and challenges for the lubricant additive industry. Join our live webinar on Wednesday September 25Continue reading

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Spotlight on Lubricants: Jeepney or EV?

Kline’s Energy Practice is regularly asked about volumetric lubricant demand growth and where opportunities exist for a supplier of industrial and automotive lubricants in a particular country market. In the not-too-distant past, emerging and developing country markets were rapidly growing in terms of lubricants demand and, as such, it wasn’t hard for a supplier to ride the wave and build volume. Those opportunities seem to be fewer and far between, and lubricant suppliers must now take a more focused approach to identifying and monitoring trends at or just below the surface in order to be on the right side of the demand wave going forward. Continue reading