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Reliable and affordable energy is essential to human progress. At the same time - like all industrial processes - energy development involves risk. ExxonMobil considers risk at every stage of development, and we continuously work to reduce environmental impacts. Rigorous standards and good practices that consider the needs of the communities where we operate guide our efforts.

The Stena Carrion Drill Max drill ship working on the ExxonMobil Skipjack well about 110 miles off the shore of Georgetown Guyana

Environmental management

We conduct our business in a manner that is responsive to the environmental and economic needs of the communities in which we operate.

Air emissions

In accordance with regulatory requirements and our commitment to maintaining operational excellence, we work to reduce air emissions associated with our operations and the products we deliver. 

Engineered wetland research in Qatar to improve water quality

Freshwater management

ExxonMobil develops and implements local water management strategies that take into consideration factors such as quality and availability.

Decommissioning

Throughout the life cycle of a producing oil field or other asset, we work to limit disruptions to local communities and protect the environment. 

Spill performance

We implement preventive measures to avoid spills and continually seek to improve our risk management, operations integrity and containment capabilities. 

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