28th September 2020 — Leading lubricant producer, Molyslip, will showcase its range of Oil & Gas Lubricants in the first large-scale virtual conference, exhibition and networking event hosted by the Energy Industries Council (EIC). The event will run from Monday 28 September through to Thursday 1 October 2020. The Virtual Energy Exports Conference will welcome over 100 speakers with over 50 webinars, with an expected audience of 3,000 plus delegates.
Andy Cunningham, General Manager, Molyslip Ltd says: “The marine and offshore oil and gas industries represent some of the world’s harshest operating environments and Molyslip’s specially formulated lubricants are designed to keep machines and equipment operating in these demanding conditions. It is very exciting for us to be able to showcase Molyslip at this ground-breaking and prestigious event.”
Molyslip’s oil and gas range include specially developed OCTG drill collar and tool joint compounds, valve lubricants, technically advanced wire rope, jack-up and open gear greases, in addition to salt water-resistant corrosion preventatives.
Andy Cunningham adds: “We are incredibly proud that as part of the company’s overall environmental manufacturing strategy, we have a sustainable and biodegradable product in each range within our Oil & Gas portfolio of lubricants – ensuring marine and sea life are long-term protected.”
Molyslip is an independent UK-based manufacturer of specialised lubricants and has been supplying products both nationally and internationally since the 1930’s. The company exports to over 60 countries worldwide and its products (market leading Copaslip, TAP, WRL and Arvina) are used across a range of Industry, with particular strengths in Metal-Working, Oil & Gas, Repair & Maintenance and Automotive as well Marine/Off-shore, Ship Building, and Food & Beverage (both production and packaging areas). www.molyslip.co.uk.
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