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ExxonMobil and Infinis ink deal

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ExxonMobil has announced a new five-year sole supply contract with Infinis.

The contract marks the next chapter in the companies’ 30-year long relationship.

Under the agreement, ExxonMobil will deliver bespoke lubrication solutions for Infinis’ operated landfill gas engines in the UK. Central to its solutions will be the latest range of high performance Mobil Pegasus™ gas engine oils and state-of-the-art Mobil Serv? Lubricant Analysis service.

Crucially, ExxonMobil and Infinis will also continue to conduct joint technology projects under the agreement. Covering product development, testing and logistical innovations, the projects aim to deliver proven productivity gains to biogas plant operators.

Such projects have helped create some of ExxonMobil’s most advanced gas engine oils and related services. The high performance Mobil Pegasus 605 Ultra gas engine oil, for example, was field-tested at Infinis’ Dorket Head Landfill site.

“We are delighted to further develop our long-standing relationship with Infinis,” said Conor Wilkinson, Europe Energy Manager, Industrial Lubricants - ExxonMobil. “Central to its success is the close link between the ExxonMobil Research and Engineering (EMRE) team and Infinis’ technology specialists. Our EMRE experts work closely with global gas engine OEMs to ensure we develop high performance products and services that meet even the most demanding industry needs.”

“The ExxonMobil team closely monitors the operational needs of our sites to help maximise the production output of our landfill gas engines,” added Stewart Wilson, Centre of Excellence Manager at Infinis. “Together, we will continue to extend oil drain intervals and enhance equipment life, while reducing costs and unscheduled downtime.”

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