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Oronite representative speaking to the media

August 23, 2021

Chevron Oronite to Sponsor & Exhibit at the Specialty & Agro Chemicals America

July 20, 2021

Chevron Oronite receives its first dexos1™ Gen 3 approval from General Motors

March 8, 2021

Chevron Oronite announces senior leadership change

March 3, 2021

Chevron Oronite to sponsor and present at the virtual F&L Week 2021

December 18, 2020

Prepared to meet General Motors dexos1™ Gen 3 specification

December 1, 2020

Chevron Oronite confirms 2021 production start at China manufacturing plant

October 21, 2020

Chevron Oronite to sponsor and participate in ILMA’s first Virtual annual meeting

October 12, 2020

Chevron Oronite introduces OLOA® 54530
a new Mid-SAPS additive

September 8, 2020

Chevron Oronite announces new distributor in Brazil

events

June 13-17, 2022

CIMAC Congress

May 17-19, 2022

UNITI 2022

October 9-12, 2021

ILMA Annual Meeting Facing Forward 2021

September 8-10, 2021

Specialty & Agro Chemicals America 2021

June 21-25, 2021

Lubes em Foco Meet the Market South America 2021

June 2-4, 2021

ILMA ReEngage 2021

March 9-12, 2021

F+L Week 2021

February 16-18, 2021

ICIS World Base Oils & Lubricants Live

features

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GM dexos1™ gen 3

General Motors dexos1™ Gen 3 is a global engine oil specification designed to meet performance needs of GM vehicles and is an upgrade from dexos1 Gen 2.

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sustainability

ILSAC GF-6

ILSAC GF-6 is an automotive specification aimed to meet new standards of fuel economy, LSPI and additional wear protection.

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API SN Plus

API SN plus

API SN Plus is a supplemental standard to the API SN specification, which introduces oils for LSPI mitigation.

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sustainability success

Oronite is taking steps to make improvements in its operations.

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low speed pre-ignition (LSPI)

Turbocharged, direct-injected gasoline engines help improve fuel efficiency; however, the higher power density of these engines makes them prone to a phenomenon called LSPI.

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