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Paris, March 18, 2020 - Total Lubmarine’s TALUSIA UNIVERSAL (BN57) has received a No Objection Letter (NOL) from WinGD for all fuels (liquid and gas) with a sulphur content 0.00%S - 1.50%S.
 
PARIS, December 17, 2019 - With the new emissions standards designed to curb pollution from ships by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) set to be implemented on January 1, 2020, Total Lubmarine has developed a set of marine lubricants designed to work with a range of low sulfur fuels. The company has received a No Objection Letter (NOL) from leading engine manufacturer MAN Energy Solutions, for the use of TALUSIA UNIVERSAL (BN 57, SAE 50) on MAN B&W 2-stroke engines operating on fuels with less than 0.5%S Very Low Sulfur Fuel Oil (VLSFO).
 
Total Lubmarine provides a new way to reduce operating costs, increase reliability, mitigate engine risks and reduce environmental impact with WT SUPRA.
 
Paris, France January 04, 2019 – Repsol Lubricants, a member of the Total Lubmarine network for over 50 years, has formally committed to its relationship with Total Lubmarine for a further three years. The partnership with Repsol Lubricants ensures Total Lubmarine can continue to best serve its maritime and power plant customers in Gibraltar, Peru and Spain.
 
Total Lubmarine has announced the introduction of a new grease product: BIO OG PLUS – an innovative addition to an already comprehensive Environmentally Acceptable Lubricant (EAL) range.
 
Total Lubmarine is introducing a new feed rate optimization program tailored for the latest generation of two stroke marine diesel engines through the combined and regular analysis of lube, drain and system oils.
 
Total’s new Asia Pacific blending plant in Singapore produced its first batch of Total Lubmarine products today (December 17, 2015).
 
Increased demand for marine lubricants in the Asia-Pacific region has underpinned the growth of Total Lubmarine’s Hong Kong office which this year celebrates 25 years of service to ship operators across the region.
 
Total Lubmarine has resumed all services based out of the Port of Tianjin and experienced only minor disruption as a result of explosions that occurred at the port on 12 August.
 
Total Lubmarine will be showcasing the latest additions to its innovative range of marine lubes in St Petersburg this September at NEVA 2015.
 
Today, (8 April 2015) sees the opening of new laboratory facilities at Total Lubmarine’s main research centre, already one of the largest lubricant research centres in Europe.