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Corporate Citizenship quiz

Take the Corporate Citizenship Report quiz to learn about how we address corporate citizenship topics throughout our operations.

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Through a range of programs and initiatives, we strive to create and maintain a diverse workforce and continue to improve the gender balance within our company. What percent of our worldwide management and professional new hires in 2015 were women?

41 percent

ExxonMobil promotes leadership opportunities for women throughout all aspects of the employment relationship, including recruitment, hiring, training, promotions, transfers and wage and salary administration. Approximately 17 percent of our executive employees worldwide are women.

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As the threat of cybersecurity continues to evolve, we must protect our business against the growing risk of cyberattacks, which can potentially affect our data, facilities and operations. On average, how many potentially malicious emails do our cybersecurity screening programs block each month?

64 million

In 2015, 100 percent of ExxonMobil employees and contractors complete Web-based cybersecurity training on how to identify and respond to potential cybersecurity risks, in addition to an ongoing awareness program to reinforce safe computing behaviors.

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At ExxonMobil, safety is more than just a priority — it is a core value and an integral part of our culture that applies to every aspect of our operations. Over the past 10 years, we have reduced our total recordable workforce incident rate by what percent?

More than 30 percent

In 2015, ExxonMobil’s total recordable workforce incident rate per 200,000 work hours was 0.24, an 8 percent decrease from 2014. When compared with the American Petroleum Institute U.S. petroleum industry workforce benchmark, ExxonMobil continues to be below the industry average. We will continue to work toward our goal of Nobody Gets Hurt.

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We believe human ingenuity and innovation are critical to supplying the fuels and products that consumers need in a manner that is safe for our employees, communities and the environment. To support this, ExxonMobil is founded on a culture of science and technology. How many Ph.D. scientists does ExxonMobil employ at our research and technology divisions around the world?

2,200

Each year, we invest around $1 billion on corporate research and development efforts. At the center of our research is ExxonMobil’s Corporate Strategic Research laboratory, a fundamental research institution with approximately 150 Ph.D. scientists and engineers focused on addressing the company’s long-range science needs.

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Cogeneration technology captures heat generated from the production of electricity for use in production, refining and chemical processing operations. Due to its inherent energy efficiency, the use of cogeneration leads to reduced greenhouse gas emissions. ExxonMobil has interests in approximately how many megawatts of cogeneration capacity?

5,500

Our approximately 5,500 megawatts of cogeneration capacity include more than 100 installations at more than 30 locations around the world. This capacity is equivalent to the annual energy needed to power 2.5 million U.S. homes. Our cogeneration facilities alone enable the avoidance of approximately 6 million metric tons per year of greenhouse gas emissions.

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Freshwater intensity is the total amount of freshwater needed to produce an identical unit of energy for a variety of energy sources and transportation fuels. Approximately how much water is needed to produce one quart of oil-equivalent energy from natural gas? (Hint: One quart of oil is equivalent to a team of 13 horses working for one hour). 

1 cup of water

One oil-equivalent quart of natural gas requires anywhere from a tablespoon to a cup of water. Unconventional or “fracked” natural gas is at the higher end of the range. The amount of the freshwater needed to produce an identical unit of energy from natural gas is less than for a variety of other energy sources, including hydroelectric power and ethanol. 

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ExxonMobil strives to have a positive impact on the individual communities in which we live and operate. We make meaningful community investments in a variety of focus areas around the world. In 2015, how much did ExxonMobil contribute to communities around the world?

$268 million

We focus the majority of our spending on our corporate-led signature initiatives: improving education, combating malaria and advancing economic opportunities for women. We concentrate on these three areas because we believe they help build a foundation for human progress.

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In several countries where we operate malaria continues to have a significant impact on local communities. In 2015 alone, ExxonMobil contributed $12.5 million to fight malaria. To date, the antimalarial programs we have funded were able to reach more than 125 million people. How many bed nets have been distributed as a result of our support to antimalarial programs?

14 million

We are proud to say that 2015 marks ExxonMobil’s 15th anniversary year working to reduce the human and economic toll of malaria. Our cash grants during the past 15 years total more than $146 million, making us the largest private-sector grant-maker in the fight against malaria.

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We believe we have a responsibility to create local employment opportunities to help advance economic development in the communities in which we operate. In 2015, we continued to make progress in hiring, developing and retaining host country nationals. For example, in Chad, what percent of our personnel are Chadian?

94 percent

We provide locally hired individuals with opportunities to develop technical and leadership skills that will benefit them throughout their careers.  In Angola, 82 percent of our personnel are Angolan, of whom 16 percent are in supervisory or managerial positions and in Equatorial Guinea, nearly 75 percent of our personnel are Equatoguinean, of whom 13 percent are in supervisory or managerial positions.

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