Quaker State® Ultimate Durability(TM) Highlights Added Benefit for Fuel Economy and Unsurpassed Wear Protection

Quaker State® Ultimate Durability(TM) Highlights Added Benefit for Fuel 
Economy and Unsurpassed Wear Protection 
New Full Synthetic Motor Oil Targets Consumers Who Demand Value From Their 
HOUSTON, May 7, 2013 /CNW/ - Quaker State(®), one of the industry's most 
innovative motor oil brands, is today introducing the new, reformulated Quaker 
State Ultimate Durability™ Full Synthetic Motor Oil, designed to deliver 
motorists a fuel economy savings of an average of  five cents per gallon* 
while providing unsurpassed protection against friction-related wear. 
Using a proprietary moly formulation, the new full-synthetic additive package 
of Quaker State( )Ultimate Durability helps to keep oil fresh, benefitting 
fuel economy. 
"More often than not, when a motor oil is formulated for fuel economy 
benefits, other attributes of the oil, such as wear and oxidation control, are 
affected," says Jeff Hsu, Quaker State Technology Specialist. "However, Quaker 
State Ultimate Durability shows improved resistance to high-RPM and 
power-related engine stress**, all while providing the unsurpassed wear 
protection our consumers are accustomed to, with the added benefit of fuel 
Consumers today are looking to maximize their dollar and get the most out of 
what is often their second largest investment: their vehicle. Quaker State 
offers consumers a way to protect this investment through one of the 
industry's most robust warranties, and now motorists can save money with 
improved fuel efficiency while extending the life of their automobile from the 
day it rolls off the lot until the day its odometer hits 300,000 miles and 
With the average vehicle age currently resting at 11 years, the new Ultimate 
Durability motor oil contains additional anti-oxidation additives to help 
fight engine oil aging, and fight against thermal and viscosity breakdown, 
helping to increase the overall length of an engine's life. 
Quaker State Ultimate Durability is ideal for use in both low and high 
temperatures, providing superior lubrication** and protection against wear, 
especially as temperatures begin to rise. 
The new Quaker State Ultimate Durability Full Synthetic Motor Oil is available 
for purchase at retail locations across the country. And now through August 
15th, with the Fuel Rewards Network™ program, drivers can save 20 cents per 
gallon on fuel purchases at participating Shell stations for every five quarts 
of Quaker State Ultimate Durability Full Synthetic Motor Oil purchased at 
participating retail locations. (20 cents per purchase of five quarts or 4 
cents per purchase of each one quart bottle.)  More information can be found 
at fuelrewards.com/quakerstate. For more detail on the new motor oil and its 
fuel economy benefits, please visit www.QuakerState.com. 
*Compared to industry fuel economy (FE) standard.  Measured in ASTM D7589 
test, w SAE 5W-30 engine oil.  Savings based on avg FE improvement of 1.4%, @ 
$3.68/gal gas, eia.gov. 
**Compared to Quaker State® Advanced Durability motor oil. 
About Quaker State® 
Quaker State® motor oil has a 70-year history as a leader in consumer 
automotive products and vehicle care.  Quaker State is among the industry's 
most innovative motor oil brands and offers a full line of products to meet 
every type of vehicle engine need.  Quaker State is one of the first brands to 
develop high mileage engine motor oil.  For more information about the full 
line of Quaker State products, visit www.quakerstate.com. 
Quaker State is produced and marketed by Shell Lubricants. 
About Shell Lubricants 
The term 'Shell Lubricants' collectively refers to the companies of Royal 
Dutch Shell plc that are engaged in the lubricants business. Shell Lubricants 
companies lead the lubricants industry, supplying more than 13% of global 
lubricants volume.(a) The companies manufacture and blend products for use in 
consumer, heavy industrial and commercial transport applications. The Shell 
Lubricants portfolio of top-quality brands includes Pennzoil®, Quaker 
State®, FormulaShell®, Shell TELLUS®, Shell RIMULA®, Shell ROTELLA® T, 
Shell SPIRAX® and Jiffy Lube®. 
Globally, Shell motorsports technical alliances provide a testing ground for 
fuel and lubricant technologies and products in demanding road conditions to 
gain insight and develop technology for use on-track and in consumers' 
vehicles. The knowledge from these and other alliances also help Shell to 
address tomorrow's energy challenge with efficient mobility solutions that 
power and protect motorists around the world. 
(a)Kline & Company, "Global Lubricants Industry 2012: Market Analysis and 
Notes to Editors 
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24% shareholding in Woodside Petroleum Ltd.) ownership interest held by Shell 
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and production results; (e) reserve estimates; (f) loss of market share and 
industry competition; (g) environmental and physical risks; (h) risks 
associated with the identification of suitable potential acquisition 
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statements. Additional factors that may affect future results are contained in 
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dividend payments will match or exceed those set out in this presentation in 
the future, or that they will be made at all. 
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tests to be economically and legally producible under existing economic and 
operating conditions.  We use certain terms in this presentation, such as 
resources and oil in place that SEC's guidelines strictly prohibit us from 
including in filings with the SEC.  U.S. Investors are urged to consider 
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or Shell Lubricants, Shell Media Line, 713-241-4544 
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