Issues related to energy production and consumption are important to us all. ExxonMobil invites you to learn more about the topics that affect our company, our industry and our world.
ExxonMobil expects that global energy demand will be about 30 percent higher in 2040 compared to 2010.
Over 70 percent of current U.S. oil needs are met in North and South America alone.
We are committed to the prevention of spills from our operations.
As our diverse portfolio of projects spans the globe and requires us to work in remote and sensitive environments, we are committed to operating in a way that protects the environment.
Our employees are our most valuable resource and are at the core of ExxonMobil's achievements.
Breakthrough technologies have helped keep pace with rising global energy demand by increasing energy supplies, while also reducing environmental impact.
Free trade of all products - including energy - leads to economic progress.
As the world’s largest public natural gas producer, ExxonMobil brings supplies of this cleaner-burning energy source to global markets in a safe, reliable, and responsible manner.
In 2011, ExxonMobil's U.S. tax expenses totaled more than $1 billion per month on average.
Meeting growing global energy demand requires sustained investments, through periods of both low and high commodity prices.
ExxonMobil tracks proposed legislation and engages with governments around the world to advocate our position on policies that impact our operations.
Managing greenhouse-gas emissions and meeting growing energy demand requires integrated solutions.
Our strategy is focused on increasing energy efficiency, as well as implementing and developing breakthrough technologies.
Making the most of energy resources is about more than oil and gas production — it is about forming a global partnership for development.
We promote respect for human rights, not just because doing so fosters a stable and productive business environment, but more importantly, because it is the right and responsible thing to do.
ExxonMobil is committed to honest and ethical behavior and opposes corruption by supporting transparency.
The accident was the low-point in ExxonMobil’s history. But it was also a turning point.