Energy Efficiency, Preventive Maintenance, Lubrication and the Bottom Line

ExxonMobil
Tags: industrial lubricants

In an industry where energy costs represent a significant percentage of total operating costs, emissions regulations are becoming more stringent and where engine reliability is crucial, what impact can maintenance practices and selection of lubricants have in helping power operators meet these challenges?

ExxonMobil, a leading supplier of lubricants to the power industry, has teamed up with respected global power website, PennEnergy.com to determine both current and best practices in gas engine maintenance in the energy industry and the impact of gas engine efficiency on productivity.

Asking hundreds of power organizations to share their insights on maintenance practices, effects of downtime and impacts of engine efficiency, as well as labor, capital and overhead concerns, the research has been conducted to identify best practice and give power organizations advice on how they can achieve a competitive advantage.

According to the research, efficient operation of gas engines affects overall production to a great extent, and compromised energy efficiency affects the bottom line for more than half of survey respondents. High-performance gas engine lubrication was noted as one of the more essential aspects of a plant’s maintenance plan.

Above all, the research demonstrated the industry’s need for energy efficiency and reliability in order to achieve increased productivity within an increasingly competitive marketplace.

To find out how power operators can take their level of performance to the next level, register now for an exclusive Webcast which will see some of the world’s leading experts including OEMs (Dresser Waukesha and 2G Drives GmbH), lubricants specialists (Mobil Industrial Lubricants) and industry authorities debating engine maintenance and lubrication solutions of the future. 

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