22nd Annual Fuels & Lubes Asia Conference - Full Conference Proceedings

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22nd Annual Fuels & Lubes Asia Conference - Full Conference Proceedings

500.00

March 8-11, 2016
​​​​​​​The Regent Hotel, Singapore



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CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • “Asian Economic outlook: Retreat, regroup, rebound”, Jeff Ng, Standard Chartered Bank
  • “Asia Refining and marketing outlook”, Vikas Halan, Moody’s Investors Service
  • “Nexcel: The revolutionary technology that makes oil changes quick, smart and simple”, Mark Payne, Castrol
  • “Shell’s GTL technology for lubricants and fuels”, Wei Song, Shell
  • “Luberef’s new Group II base oil refinery and Middle East outlook”, Gerard Heaton, Luberef
  • “Possible replacement of paraffinic Group I base oils over a wide range of viscosities”, Mehdi Fathi-Najafi, Nynas
  • “Synthetic basestocks - A sustainable solution”, Alina Li, ExxonMobil AP R&D
  • “Liquid amides: A new Group V base stock technology”, Martin Curran, Croda
  • “Opportunities and challenges of natural gas as a transportation fuel for a low-carbon economy: Challenges and strategies of natural gas engines from combustion Prospects”, Ming Zheng, University of Windsor
  • “Natural gas engine oils for improved productivity and increased efficiency”, Andrew Lo, ExxonMobil
  • “Next generation landfill and biogas lubricant for today's demanding high BMEP engine”, John Palazzotto, Chevron Oronite Co. LLC
  • “Emulsifiers for metalworking fluids: Balancing performance, regulation and economics”, Claude-Emmanuel Hedoire, Solvay
  • “Lubricant greases: How rheology affects Tribology”, Wolfgang Baumgartner, Anton Paar
  • “The properties of calcium sulfonate complex greases and their structures”, Hiroki Sekiguchi, Idemitsu, Kosan Co., Ltd.
  • "The Slowdown of the Chinese Lubricant Market and the Future", Nie ShiChun, Sinopec
  • “Right product in the right place: Development of a localized gear oil for China”, Benny Cao, Lubrizol
  • “Mechanism of turbocharger coking in gasoline engines”, Satoshi Hirano, Toyota Motor Corp.
  • “The continuing saga of ILSAC GF-6”, Teri Kowalski, Toyota Motor Corporation
  • “The ACEA 2016 Sequences: Efficiency and protection for tomorrow's engines”, Keith Howard, Lubrizol
  • “JAMA activity report: JAMA engine oil seminar and Asian market survey”, Kazuo Yamamori, Toyota Motor Corp.
  • "PC-11 Heavy Duty Engine Oil: Advanced engine oil standards for heavy-duty diesel engines”, Dan Arcy, Shell Projects and Technology
  • “Optimising friction torque reduction with ultra-low viscosity oils”, Simon Crane, Total
  • “Shear stability of engine oils”, Tina Dasbach, IOM
  • “Lubricant development to meet fuel economy and reduction of CO2 emissions of light- and heavy-duty diesel vehicles”, Mathew Abraham, Mahindra & Mahindra
  • “Evolution of lubricant design for TGDI engines”, Ian Bell, Afton Chemical  (Paper Not Available)
  • “Future gasoline engine oil development: What to expect?”, Kaustav Sinha, Chevron Oronite  (Paper Not Available)
  • "Applications and Impact of ACEA and European Passenger Car OEM Specifications in Asia Pacific", Richard van den Bulk, Chevron Oronite
  • “Self-assembled VMs and the advantages of using them in modern Engines”, Isabella Goldmints, Infineum
  • “The influence of formulation components on deposits by TEOST 33C”, Ben Tan, Evonik Oil Additives
  • “Minimising wear and friction of new engine materials with polymeric organic friction modifiers”, Martin Curran, Croda Lubricants
  • “The future of automobiles in 2035: Toward realisation of sustainable mobility society for customers’ Smiles”, Masanori Sugiyama, Toyota Motor Corp.
  • “Bharat Stage VI emission compliance-Indian oil industry's preparedness with respect to both fuel and lube quality”, SSV Ramakumar, Indian Oil Corp.
  • “Trends on fuels and lubricants for supporting Thailand low-carbon society by 2030”, Arunratt Wuttimongkolchai, PTT Public Co. Ltd.  (Paper Not Available)
  • “The future of bio-based fuels and chemicals: A thought experiment”, Kapil Lokare, Lee Consulting
  • “Alternatives to re-refining used oil in a volatile price environment and a low-carbon economy”, Louis Bertrand, Sweet Gazoil

Individual papers can be purchased separately for $50.00 per paper.