Shell Extends Lubricant Agreement with Aggreko

Noria news wires

Shell Lubricants recently announced the extension of its lubricant agreement with Aggreko, a global leader in distributed energy services.

The new contract extension will enable Shell to become Aggreko's largest lubricant supplier and provide better positioning of its brands in the core segments where Aggreko operates, including Russia, Asia-Pacific, North America and Latin America.

"We are pleased to have been working with Aggreko for many years, and we look forward to further deepening our collaboration, co-developing new solutions to further optimize their business operations," said Richard Jory, Shell's vice-president for global key accounts.

Aggreko provides mobile, modular power fueled by gas, diesel, heavy fuel oil (HFO) and renewable hybrid packages that are designed to reduce the cost of energy for its customers. These customers range from governments and independent utility companies to oil and gas, petrochemical producers and refiners, as well as manufacturing, construction, mining and events.

"Shell is the global lubricant technology leader with products and expertise across diesel, gas and HFO engines," said Allan Methven, Aggreko's technical support manager of power solutions. "Our technical collaboration with Shell has been excellent for Aggreko and continues to provide real value to us."

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