Shell recently announced that it has been named as the recommended global oil supplier for GE's Jenbacher Type 4 and Type 6 gas engines. The agreement will last for three years, from April 2016.
"This is a key milestone for Shell, taking our existing cooperation with GE's Jenbacher gas engines to the next level," said Richard Jory, Shell's vice president for global key accounts. "By increasing the level of collaboration between Shell and GE, we aspire to offer GE's Jenbacher gas engine customers the excellent care and service experience we have around the world. We believe that together, anything is possible."
Every new GE Jenbacher Type 4 and Type 6 gas engine sold will feature a plate recommending Shell Mysella as its engine oil.
Shell and GE will continue to strengthen their cooperation in developing new engine oil formulations to meet the needs of GE Jenbacher gas engines' customers and expanding the range of engine models.
Some of the markets covered by the agreement include Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Bangladesh, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Italy, the Netherlands, Pakistan, Russia, Spain, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States.
"We have chosen to collaborate with Shell because of their innovative technology that can help increase GE's Jenbacher gas engine performance and provide lubrication solutions that benefit all our customers," said Carlos Lange, president of GE's distributed power business. "They have proven capacity in the field and have also built long-standing relationships with GE's Jenbacher gas engine end users and channel partners."
The Shell Mysella range of gas engine oils has been developed to deliver optimum value to equipment operators through enhanced wear protection, long oil life and high system efficiency.
For more information, visit www.shell.com.