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Mobil Jet Oil 387 Goes Fleet-Wide with Singapore Airlines

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  • Singapore Airlines now using Mobil Jet Oil 387 across entire fleet
  • Decorated carrier operates one of the youngest fleets in the industry
  • Mobil Jet Oil 387 has accrued nearly one million hours of on-wing performance

SPRING, Texas – ExxonMobil announced today that Mobil Jet™ Oil 387, a synthetic High-Performance Capability (HPC) turbine engine oil, will be used in all of Singapore Airlines’ aircraft.

Among the world’s most awarded carriers, Singapore Airlines operates one of the youngest fleets in the aviation industry. Its fleet includes a range of Airbus and Boeing wide-body aircraft, powered by some of the most advanced and popular engine technologies, including numerous Rolls-Royce Trent and General Electric’s GE90 variants.

“Singapore Airlines’ decision to use Mobil Jet Oil 387 across its entire fleet is a powerful recognition of the many performance benefits our oil can deliver,” said Vipin Rana, global aviation lubricants sales manager at ExxonMobil. “We are confident that Mobil Jet Oil 387 will be a valuable fleet-wide lubricant solution for Singapore Airlines, and can be for other air carriers as well.”

Created entirely by ExxonMobil lubricant formulators, Mobil Jet Oil 387 features custom-made esters and unique additives that help deliver a combination of benefits that have never before been achieved with an HTS/HPC turbine oil.

Since being introduced in late 2012, airlines and leading equipment manufacturers have seen how Mobil Jet Oil 387 can deliver outstanding deposit control, oxidative stability and seal compatibility. These key benefits help ensure that Mobil Jet Oil 387 meets the performance requirements for current and future turbine engine technologies, making it an ideal lubricant choice for carriers such as Singapore Airlines.

Today, Mobil Jet Oil 387 has accrued nearly one million hours of on-wing performance and protects more than 250 aircraft from carriers around the world.

Approved for use in a wide range of engines and components, Mobil Jet Oil 387 meets demanding industry specifications, including SAE AS5780 High-Performance Capability and U.S. Military Specification MIL-PRF-23699-HTS.

Mobil Jet Oil 387 is produced at the state-of-the-art Port Allen aviation lubricants plant in Baton Rouge, LA. The 90,000 square foot facility, which commenced operations in 2016, features advanced equipment and technologies that enable ExxonMobil to produce reliable supply of Mobil Jet oils and meet the increasing demands for high-performance synthetic aviation lubricants.

To learn how using Mobil Jet Oil 387 can help your business, visit mobiljetoil387.com. To receive social media updates from ExxonMobil Aviation, follow us on our Linkedin page.

About ExxonMobil
ExxonMobil, the largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, uses technology and innovation to help meet the world’s growing energy needs. ExxonMobil holds an industry- leading inventory of resources, is the largest refiner and marketer of petroleum products, and its chemical company is one of the largest in the world. For more information, visit www.exxonmobil.com or follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/exxonmobil.

About High-Performance Capability Oils
The High-Performance Capability (HPC) classification represents the highest aviation industry standard for aviation turbine engine oils. To meet the HPC classification, oils must deliver exceptional overall performance, high levels of oxidation resistance and outstanding deposit control. Mobil Jet Oil 387 is certified as an HPC oil.

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