Mind if I have a go? I have 29 years' experience of lubricant product development and technical support including time running an investigational laboratory.
Looking at those data, my takeaways are:
Wear metals (Al, Fe, Cr, Sn, Pb) - no issues there.
Contaminant elements (Sn, Ba, Na) - no big issues there although the Si is a little high - there is a small amount of Si in the oil as an antifoam but higher levels can suggest operating in a sandy or dirty environment and/or reduced air filter efficiency. Do you live by the coast?
Additive elements (Mg, Ca, Zn, P, Mo, B) - I tried to find a data sheet for the fresh oil but failed; it's difficult to say what's going on without knowing the starting point. It all looks pretty normal though.
Properties - here we have a few issues:
- the viscosity is way down; I'm not sure where they get their "Values should be" from but to be a 5W-40 it needs to be between 12.5 and 16.3 cSt. Your value of 8.62 puts it in SAE xxW-20
- the fuel dilution of 6% is huge and probably explains the viscosity loss. It also explains the dangerously low flash point.
- on the plus side the insolubles are nice and low and the TBN nice and high.
If you are short-tripping then this could explain the fuel dilution. You need to get the oil hot to evaporate any fuel that gets into it. The good news is that there doesn't seem to be any wear, which is a possible consequence of very low viscosity. If your journeys are longer then there is a fuel leak into the oil somewhere assuming
the oil is what you say it is and isn't a low viscosity oil from another application (again a fresh oil sample would expose this).