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Total Lubmarine introduces WT SUPRA
November 26, 2019

Utilizing the latest organic technology to reduce maintenance costs, WT SUPRA delivers high-quality performance and extended service life to equipment. Here we take a detailed look at the marine and stationary engine coolant and corrosion inhibitor.

Technical overview

WT Supra is an

Total and SAFT joint initiative with DNV GL wins innovation award
December 18, 2018

Total and Saft Batteries, the world leading designer and manufacturer of advanced technology batteries for industry acquired by Total in 2016, along with partners DNV GL, FKAB Marine Design, Viken Shipping AS and Wallem Ship Management picked up this year

Sovcomflot’s Christophe de Margerie latest news
July 20, 2018

Sovcomflot’s ice-class LNG carrier, Christophe de Margerie, is currently underway from Sabetta on the Yamal Peninsular to Jingtang in northern China and, according to AIS data, is due to arrive on 31 July.  The world’s first ice-breaking LNG carrier has shown its incredible

Total Strengthens Yamal Relationship
July 13, 2018

Total has recently signed an agreement with Novatek, outlining the terms upon which Total shall acquire a direct working interest of 10% in Arctic LNG 2, a giant liquefied natural gas project lead by Novatek on the Gydan Peninsula in the north of Siberia. The agreement takes the Group

Total Lubmarine Wins Lubrication Contract for USCG’s Newest Fast Response Cutters
March 29, 2018

Total Lubmarine has been selected to provide CAPRANO TDI 15W40 to the U.S. Coast Guard’s (USCG) Sentinel Class Fast Response Cutters (FRCs), a specialised lubricant that will protect their main engines and reduction gears in an array of operational conditions.

In May of 2017,

Spotlight on battery power for the marine sector
April 26, 2017

Last year Total acquired battery maker Saft. We look at what the company provides for the marine sector and how advanced lithium-ion battery technology offers new possibilities for hybrid and fully electric propulsion systems.

Batteries today are more advanced than ever before. Thanks to