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...Lewis Gaines, President, Gaines Family FoundationPresidentGaines Family Foundation Member of the Industrial Council Lewis Gaines was until 2003, Market Manager of Specialty Lubricant Additives at Infineum.Mr. Gaines
has experience in lubricant and fuel additives, diesel and gasoline consumption trends and market issues, and lubricant marketing projects.He
has extensive experience in the impacts of these topics on the specialty chemical industry.Prior, Mr. Gaines worked at Tyco Laboratories, Exxon Enterprises, and Exxon Chemical (This is me - Update Profile)
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Higher diesel prices relative to gasoline reflect the growing use of this more energy efficient transportation fuel.Increasing volumes of diesel fuel are generating good profits for the fuel additive companies and enhancing their already attractive current margins.
Favorable Trends Should Drive Additive Margins for Lubrizol
and Newmarket to Higher Levels | 08-10-2007 Analysis of: Additive Earnings Soar | www.imakenews.comAuthor: Lewis Gaines, President, Gaines Family Foundation
1Q and 2Q margins for additive companies including Lubrizol
were strong.Significant changes in industry behavior and technology are combining to position these businesses for even higher future earning power.
Toyota Avoids Starting Fires, but GM and A123 Systems May Smoulder | 08-09-2007 Analysis of: Toyota Delays Next Hybrids on Safety Concerns | online.wsj.comAuthor: Lewis Gaines, President, Gaines Family FoundationToyota
has delayed producing vehicles with lithium ion batteries based on concern about fire and explosion risk in these large systems.GM on the other hand continues to work with A123 Systems
on extended electric range lithium hybrids.Extended electric range vehicles, a poor economic concept, suffer ...
Perhaps a Little Too Much Gas in the Conoco Peabody SNG Proposal | 07-30-2007 Analysis of: Peabody and ConocoPhillips Enter into Agreement to Explore Developmnet of Midwest Coal-to-Substitute Gas Facility | www.conocophillips.comAuthor: Lewis Gaines, President, Gaines Family Foundation
The expensive and capital intensive parts of coal upgrading to cleaner and more flexible fuels are gasification followed by conversion to synthesis gas.Fuel generation from synthesis gas (whether to liquids or to methane) is straight forward by comparison.We should let the market place decide ... View All GLG News SM Analyses by Lewis Gaines
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