Chevron Products Company, a Chevron U.S.A. Inc. division, maker of the Delo® brand of technologically advanced engine oils, lubricants and coolants, today announced it is introducing products and tools to help customers improve their fuel economy at the 2013 Mid-American Trucking Show (MATS) in Louisville, KY (March 21 – 23). Drivers and fleet executives interested in learning more about fuel economy are encouraged to stop by the Delo booth (South Hall # 32495). “Reducing operating expenses is top-of-mind for all our customers,” said Jim Gambill, Commercial and Industrial Brands Manager, Lubricants Marketing Americas, Chevron Products Company. “Although there are many ways to achieve this goal, improving fuel economy is one area the whole transportation industry is focused on. At MATS, we’ll demonstrate our commitment to helping customers achieve their fuel economy goals.” Products, Customers, Tools and Education During MATS, Chevron will introduce a new fuel economy-focused, Delo-branded, heavy-duty motor oil, designed to deliver clear bottom-line improvements in a range of diesel engines. Chevron will also highlight an online fuel economy calculator that helps fleet operators and drivers determine the potential savings that can be achieved by using Chevron’s lower viscosity Delo-branded, heavy-duty motor oils. For those interested in converting their truck or fleet to a lower viscosity oil, Chevron will publish a “Key Considerations” guide on the Expert Knowledge section of ChevronDelo.com. The company will also host a number of educational sessions in its MATS booth (South Hall # 32495) discussing fuel economy topics. For the new fuel economy calculator and information on how to convert from SAE 15W-40 heavy-duty engine oils to lower viscosity options, please go to www.ChevronDelo.com. Natural Gas and Fuel Economy As part of the MATS Fleet Form event (March 20), Chevron will participate in a panel on Natural Gas Engine oils, where it will discuss the fuel economy benefits of natural gas and the engine oil requirements of natural gas fueled engines.