DINASA – dedicated to providing its valued customers consistent top-quality, competitive and environmentally friendly products – is proud to announce the launch ConocoPhillips lubricants brands in the Haitian market.
ConocoPhillips is an international, integrated energy company. It is the third-largest U.S. integrated energy company, based on market capitalization, as well as proved reserves and production of oil and natural gas, and the largest refiner in the United States. ConocoPhillips is the seventh-largest holder of proved reserves and the fourth-largest refiner worldwide of nongovernment-controlled companies.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ConocoPhillips operates in more than 30 countries.
As of March 31, 2011, the company had approximately 29,600 employees worldwide and assets of $160 billion. ConocoPhillips stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol COP. Market capitalization as of March 31, 2011, was approximately $113 billion.
LUBRICANTS TO BE INTRODUCED IN HAITI via DINASA
First established as Union Oil Company in 1890, before the arrival of the first automobile, 76 Lubricants (as it is known today) has provided the world with high-quality, reliable commercial and industrial lubricants.
In 2002, Phillips Petroleum Company, 76 Lubricants’ parent company, merged with Conoco Inc. to become ConocoPhillips Company, the fourth largest U.S. lubricants supplier.
The combined company is the third largest integrated energy company in the United States. The 76 Lubricants brand has a significant presence in the commercial and industrial lubricants industry. From automobiles to trucks to heavy equipment with stressful industrial applications, 76 Lubricants products can be trusted to meet industry standards for quality and performance. 76 Lubricants: “We Keep You Movin’.”
Kendall Motor Oil
Part of the ConocoPhillips family of lubricants, Kendall Motor Oil enjoys a dramatic heritage. The Kendall Refining Company was founded in 1881 in Bradford, Pennsylvania, with the goal of refining local Pennsylvania Grade Crude Oil into kerosene, lubricants and greases.
With more than 125 years of experience to draw upon, Kendall Motor Oil has led the industry with a number of significant firsts. In 1928, Kendall introduced the first oil designated for winter use as well as the first 2,000-mile motor oil (unprecedented at a time when the standard was 500-1,000 miles), and later developed the first pre-packaged, factory-sealed, one-quart oil can.
With the addition of ConocoPhillips’s lubricant family, DINASA will meet – or possible surpass — all OEM requirements for the industrial, commercial and automotive markets in Haiti.
Good job DINASA!