Press

Aggreko and Total Sign an Extended Supply Agreement for Lubricants, Petroleum Products and Associated Services

Posted by OilVoice Press - OilVoice

31-Jan-2018


Paris, January 31, 2018 – On 18 January, Total and Aggreko have signed an agreement to extend their existing relationship to cover the whole of Europe, as a first step. Total currently supplies Aggreko with lubricants, petroleum products and associated services in 17 countries across mainly the Middle East and Africa. This European extension includes technical collaboration to test and develop new innovative solutions in lube oil and fuels that marks a step to collaborate in wider geographies. 

The agreement will also help broaden the partnership between the two organisations and is a demonstration of closer collaboration, innovation and future product and market development.

Aggreko supplies Total with tailored mobile, modular power, heating, and cooling across its Exploration and Production, Refining and Chemical branches. The two companies are leaders in their respective fields and this strategic partnership will help them further develop their hybrid and gas offerings, as well as address their future market and technology challenges.  Aggreko and Total are ideally placed to provide flexible and innovative solutions to reduce the cost of energy for their customers around the world.

“As a global energy group, positioned on the entire oil and gas chain, we want to offer Aggreko proximity and multi-energy solutions to best meet the different needs of their customers," said Momar Nguer, President of Total Marketing & Services.

Aggreko's CEO, Chris Weston, said:  “We are delighted to develop our alliance with Total and to supply them with a broader suite of services. Both businesses make a massive difference to customers around the world, our investment and capabilities complement Total's investment in the future of fuels, lubricants and multi energy systems.”

TotalAggrekoPartnershippetroleumlubricantseurope

More items from oilvoice


Africa Oil Week: The Government of Madagascar Announces the Opening of the Madagascar Bidding Round at Africa Oil Week

The bidding round continues to highlight the importance of the Oil Week and the fact that it continues to drive new business opportunities for exploration companies in Africa LONDON, United Kingdom, September 24, 2018/ -- OMNIS, in partnership with Africa Oil Week ( www.Africa-OilWeek. ...

OilVoice Press - OilVoice


Posted 1 day agoPress > AOWAfrica Oil WeekMadagascar +3

Wintershall Norge: Oil Field Brage Has Been Producing for 25 Years

Bergen . Anniversary in the Norwegian North Sea: 25 years ago the Brage offshore platform produced its first barrel of oil. Wintershall has operated the field northwest of Bergen since 2013. "When Wintershall acquired the Brage oilfield from Equinor, we set ourselves the goal of prolonging the lif ...

OilVoice Press - OilVoice


Posted 1 day agoPress > NorwayWintershall NorgeOil Field +8

Oman and Iran Will Drive Growth for Oil Storage Industry in the Middle East to 2022, says GlobalData

Oman and Iran will drive the majority of the growth in the oil storage industry in the Middle East between 2018 and 2022, contributing more oil storage capacity than any other country in the region, according to leading data and analytics company GlobalData . The company's report: ‘ Oil Storag ...

OilVoice Press - OilVoice


Posted 1 day agoOpinion > GlobalDataomanIran +2

Crude Oil Was the Largest U.S. Petroleum Export in the First Half of 2018

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Petroleum Supply Monthly Crude oil surpassed hydrocarbon gas liquids (HGL) to become the largest U.S. petroleum export, with 1.8 million barrels per day (b/d) of exports in the first half of 2018. U.S. crude oil exports increased by 787,000 ...

OilVoice Press - OilVoice


Posted 1 day agoOpinion > Crude oilCrudeUnited States +5

S&P Global Ratings: Despite Risks And Costs, The Next Generation Of Biofuels Could Support A Global Decarbonization Effort

With the exit of Scott Pruitt from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), an already tense debate over the future of U.S. biofuels policy has become even more contentious. Ethanol, still the nation's predominant biofuel, continues to carry political cachet even as market conditions fluctuate ...

OilVoice Press - OilVoice


Posted 1 day agoOpinion > S&P Global PlattsS&PBiofuelds +2
All posts from oilvoice