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Esso goes for Mobil

04 August, 2008
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ExxonMobil is moving to a 100% Mobil offering in its Esso forecourts.
The company says the move is in response to an increasing number of vehicles requiring specific grades of oil - in most cases synthetic oil. The Mobil range will give drivers a comprehensive choice of premium oil and lubricants. It is led by the Mobil 1 collection and covers cars - both petrol and diesel - light commercial vehicles, motorcycles and ancillaries.Andrew Sarratt, ExxonMobil's UK & Ireland lubricants service station manager, said the move will enable forecourt managers to showcase the complete range while communicating a clear upgrade message for consumers to buy premium products.Stores will be provided with a range of point-of-sale material to educate their customers and ensure they pick the right oil and lubricant for their vehicle. 0035 38625 28579



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RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East137.39141.77131.15
East Midlands136.83141.29130.21
London137.3164.00142.01130.77
North East136.6271.90142.91129.54
North West136.76141.04129.86
Northern Ireland135.4675.90137.30129.71
Scotland137.10139.85130.11
South East137.69142.71131.15
South West136.8967.90141.98130.79
Wales136.65138.03130.10
West Midlands136.33141.77130.01
Yorkshire & Humber136.0163.90142.42129.74

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