Kline sees Margin Levers Impacting Group I and Group II Competitiveness

As much as the lubricants industry might wish it otherwise, base stocks production is becoming more commoditized, and it is intertwined inextricably with mainstream refining operations. This white paper discusses the impact margin levers have on Group I and Group II competitiveness.

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Margin Levers Impacting Group I and Group II Competitiveness

Margin Levers Impacting Group I and Group II Competitiveness

Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB UK) 12 February 2014

Kline & Company’s Ian Moncrieff, Director, Energy Practice, has written a white paper about the impacts margin levers have on Group I and Group II competiveness. To view this paper in its entirety, please click here.

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