Our corporate citizenship reporting is guided by our materiality process, through which we determine the most important issues to our stakeholders and our business.
We are committed to continual improvement in all six of our corporate citizenship areas. This means we assess our performance at many levels of the organization, from individual operational sites to the business lines.
View our global economic flows in 2015.
View the total amount of lost time due to accidents and illnesses by year.
View the total recordable workforce incident rate in 2015.
View the 2015 workforce by geographic region
View the 2015 percentages of our female and minority employees.
View the 2015 percentages of female management and professional new hires by geographic region.
View our spending on employee training by year.
View our net greenhouse gas emissions by year.
View our normalized greenhouse gas emissions by year.
See the results of our energy efficiency and flare reduction efforts.
View our total hydrocarbon flaring by year.
View freshwater consumption by year.
View number of spills of any type of fluid warranting greater focus.
View number of oil, chemical and drilling fluid spills
View the total amount of emissions of VOCs, SO2, and NOx.
View our community investments by focus area.
View our community investments by geographic region.
View the millions of dollars spent with U.S. diverse suppliers each year.
Oil remains the world’s top fuel, but natural gas grows the most
Global CO2 emissions to peak around 2030, then decline
Global demand for energy rises by 25 percent 2014-2040