On October 5th 2021, ATIEL and ATC joined efforts to provide ACEA members with an online seminar about the robustness of the CoP.

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ATIEL quality surveys have become an ongoing activity and a core part of ATIEL’s Quality Management Committee’s initiatives. We have found that most failures on the market is due to incompatible combined claims e.g. A3/B4, C3. The other failures include TBN, Sulphated ash, NOACK, HTHS, Phosphorus, MRV and CCS. The present Newsletter highlights findings from the quality surveys and is aimed at preventing failures cases in the future.
On 1st February 2023 UEIL and ATIEL were pleased to announce a collaboration to develop a harmonized cradle-to-gate (blenders / marketers exit gate) PCF methodology to calculate and report Product Carbon Footprints (PCFs) for Lubricants and Greases. The aim of the PCF WG is to develop a common standard that can be used by the whole lubricants industry, ensuring consistency and transparency throughout the entire supply chain.
ATIEL , organised with ATC, the Technical Committee of petroleum additive manufacturers, a workshop dedicated to regulatory requirements for chemicals within a global market. The main goal of this encounter was to highlight the compliance challenges and to discuss best practice solutions in meeting the diverse requirements of national authorities across the world.