Craig Paterson

Vice President, Product Management

Craig Paterson is the Vice President, Product Management, with Lubrizol Additives. He joined Lubrizol in 2002 and has held roles including product manager, global account manager, general manager - North America regional sales and general manager - North America sales. 

Craig holds a bachelor's degree in chemistry with business studies from Abertay University in Dundee, Scotland, and is a Chartered Chemist.

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The Combustion Engine is Evolving. Lubricants Must Do the Same.

March 05, 2020

Despite electrification grabbing many of the headlines, the internal combustion engine is evolving in unexpected new ways. Craig Paterson, Vice President, Product Management, breaks down the implications for oil marketers.

New Technology and Opportunity for Education in End-Use Diesel Applications

September 25, 2019

Advanced fuels and fluids can drive greater efficiency and other benefits in the heavy-duty diesel market, and there’s opportunity for oil and fuel marketers.

Hybridization and the Ghost of Aunt Minnie

May 29, 2019

What are some of the implicit demands in hybrid vehicles? We look at some hints from the history of engine technology.

The Lubricant’s Contribution to A Long and Useful Life

January 04, 2019

Vehicle durability and real-world performance become increasingly important as global entities seek greater sustainability goals. The lubricants industry has an important role to play.

Upgrading Worldwide Lubricants Markets

September 24, 2018

The automotive population is changing in some of the biggest global markets, with Brazil, China and India all making major pushes to eliminate emissions on a broad scale. That means major implications—and a big opportunity—for the global lubricants industry.

Servicing the Engine of Tomorrow

September 14, 2018

The near future will see diverse new engine technology coming to market as automakers continue to meet increasing efficiency standards. Here’s what shops and service providers should start thinking about.