BY WAYNE CHARGUALAF
Mobil is currently making major capital investments in order to upgrade its infrastructure in Guam, including replacing all underground single-wall fiberglass tanks with double-wall fiberglass tanks, replacing steel pipes and fittings with fiberglass components and upgrading underground sensors. Mobil expects to complete the project in about five years at a cost of approximately $25 million, Charles E. Ewart, president of Mobil Oil Guam Inc., Mobil Oil Mariana Islands Inc. and Mobil Oil Micronesia Inc., told the Journal.
The Mobil site at Sumay will be the first to have its . . .
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