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Lubricant deal at gas plants

ExxonMobil, provider of advanced lubrication solutions for landfill gas (LFG) operations, has signed a five-year contract with UKbased renewable power generator Infinis.

ExxonMobil will continue to supply three gas engine oils which have been specifically developed for use in LFG-generating operations: Mobil Pegasus 605, 610 and SR.

The latter was originally developed to address lubrication issues in gas engines operating at one of Infinis’ sites in the UK. It is said to offer LFG operators control over piston wear and engine cleanliness, as well as reduced corrosion formation inside the engine liners.

According to ExxonMobil, its lubrication products have the potential to help plant managers operate gas engines efficiently at full load capacity to boost productivity.

It has developed bespoke lubrication solutions to address the requirements of Infinis’ LFG operations, recently bringing to market an engine oil designed in tandem with Infinis, Mobil Pegasus 605 Ultra.

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