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Mobil launches Synergy fuel program

MOBIL Oil Marianas Islands on Tuesday announced that its new and improved fuel, Synergy Extra and Supreme+, is now available at the island’s 11 Mobil stations.

“Today’s celebration is about innovation,” Mobil Oil Mariana Islands Inc. president Jimmy Hau said during the launching of the product at Mobil Middle Road. “We continually innovate to improve our technology and offer the best service to our customers.”

He added, “This new fuel has increased additives that will help boost fuel economy, help clean up engines and improve their performance and responsiveness.”

Along with the launching of the new product, Hau said they are also focused on “re-imaging” Mobil service stations which now reflect the new Synergy design.

“The stations now are all cleaner, brighter and have a more welcoming look,” Hau added.

The key features of the Mobil stations’ new forecourt image are the wave, the blade and the koala.

The wave is an inverted L-shape alongside and over the pumps which have LED lighting along one edge. The blade is a panel of text alongside the pump which explains to customers the Synergy fuel brands while the koala is an advertising panel mounted on the canopy columns.

From left, Jaime Pascual, JP World Corporation, Mobil site operator; Kun Sik Aaron Choi, AA Enterprises, Mobil site operator; Bruce Sutherland, Exxon  Fuels Indonesia and Pacific Islands executive director; Lt. Gov. Arnold I. Palacios; Mobil Oil Mariana Islands Inc. president Jimmy Hau; Anthony Wenceslao, Mobil Oil Mariana Islands commercial fuels area manager; Joseph Jones, JM&J Enterprises, Mobil site operator; and Edward Flores, JEM Company, Mobil site operator.  Photo by Lori Lyn C. LirioFrom left, Jaime Pascual, JP World Corporation, Mobil site operator; Kun Sik Aaron Choi, AA Enterprises, Mobil site operator; Bruce Sutherland, Exxon Fuels Indonesia and Pacific Islands executive director; Lt. Gov. Arnold I. Palacios; Mobil Oil Mariana Islands Inc. president Jimmy Hau; Anthony Wenceslao, Mobil Oil Mariana Islands commercial fuels area manager; Joseph Jones, JM&J Enterprises, Mobil site operator; and Edward Flores, JEM Company, Mobil site operator. Photo by Lori Lyn C. Lirio

“These design elements form a coordinated look to reduce clutter throughout the forecourt and help consumers focus on our fuels’ quality and marketing messages,” Hau said.

Bruce Sutherland, Exxon Mobil Indonesia and Pacific Islands fuels manager, also joined the launching of the Synergy program on Saipan.

“The launch of our synergy gasoline program is a continued illustration of our commitment to the island,” he said. “We intend to keep growing with Saipan and contribute to the community.”

Sutherland added that Mobil remains committed to being a safe and reliable operator and member of the local community.

He noted that after Typhoon Yutu devastated the island in Oct. 2018, Mobil immediately put their stations back to normal operations and contributed $20,000 to the relief efforts through the American Red Cross.

In 2015, after Typhoon Soudelor hit the island, he added, Mobil also made a similar contribution.

Hau said Mobil has been operating on Saipan for more than 50 years.