luvrbus, the fuel here, as far as lubricity is concerned, is in similar condition as there.
Lubricity is dealt with by the fuel companies during the refining process long before any of us see it.
With the courts the way they are, you figure that if there was a problem with the fuel, that the various manufacturers of engines and related parts, and the customers who bought those units, wouldn't be litigating up a storm?
Never mind dumb consumers like us, the biggest truck fleets would be all over this, and they aren't.
Only place I've seen fuel lubricity called into question is in relation to the fuel additive industry, and they slyly refer to the condition of the fuel in the middle of the process, before it has been completed.
Much like trying out your mother's favorite recipe, and eating it before putting it in the oven?
Now, winter time fuel gelling is real, as it always has been, and needs some help, but even that topic gets whooped way up, and way too many folks over dose their system with anti-gel at temperatures warmer than it is required.
Busnuts, sin as you want, but be careful which false prophets you follow...