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Infineum is a leader in the formulation and manufacturing of petroleum additives for lubricants and fuels and has been developing products to enhance the performance of vehicles for over 80 years. Infineum's products are used in 1-in-3 of the world's vehicles and they expect to continue to make advances in the fuel efficiency of vehicles for many years to come.
Dr Dominic Emery is Chief Development Officer for BP Alternative Energy, which was created at the end of 2005 and now comprises biofuels, wind and corporate ventures, with a plan to invest $8 billion in alternative energy over ten years. Dominic's current responsibilities include corporate venture investment, strategy and investor relations for Alternative Energy.<
The Infineum team in Oxfordshire is at the cutting edge of some of the major developments in fuel economy for ICE vehicles, in Europe – and indeed the world. To sustain the group’s Technological excellence, Infineum has a sizeable research and development (R&D) budget, including for engine testing.
Infineum International Ltd. is a world leader in the formulation, manufacturing and marketing of petroleum additives for lubricants and fuels. Established in January 1999, Infineum is a joint venture of two of the most venerable names in lubricants and fuels, ExxonMobil and Shell. We number among our customers many of the world’s most recognised consumer brands. More...
Infineum is delighted to be associated with the 2012 Oxford-to-London Eco-Rally. More...
Lisa Rogers has been a supporter of the Revolve Brighton to London Eco-Rally since the beginning. So far she's test-driven a zero emission Nissan FCV and a biothenol Saab convertible. She also joined our People's Eco-Rally in her her own car which is converted to run on pure vegetable oil. In 2010 she thoroughly the insane Oaktec rally-racing hybrid and the totally electric MINI E.
Simon Hughes MP is using two London icons for his 2010 re-election campaign today.
The new EURO III engined taxi (cleanest available) was delivered yesterday by Ascott Cabs and is powered by locally-sourced, recycled biodiesel provided by Southwark-based Uptown Oil.
Up until very recently, whether or not a car is "green" was less important to most British motorists than the actual colour of the paint. However, the most important factor was, and still is, price. BCA - the UK's largest used car seller, has provided proof that motorists are now making the connection between the two by discovering that there is a strong demand for hybrid/electric and LPG powered cars in the used car market. In fact they are selling well above the market price for their petrol and diesel counterparts.