ExxonMobil licenses downstream and chemical manufacturing technologies and supplies catalysts for these processes that provide significant value to customers. As one of the world's largest refiners and petrochemical manufacturers, ExxonMobil has extensive engineering and operational experience with these technologies and catalysts.
We offer a broad portfolio of refining technologies for fuels and lubricants production to achieve our customers’ safety, reliability and performance improvement goals.
FLEXSORB™ is an ExxonMobil developed and commercialized suite of gas treating technologies and absorbents.
We are a leading provider of fuel refining technologies that meet customer needs for high quality transportation fuels.
ExxonMobil is the leading provider of advanced lubes manufacturing technologies for the 21st century that meet and exceed customer expectations for quality and profitability.
FLEXICOKING™ the cost-effective coking technology, without the coke.
Methanol to gasoline technology (MTG) converts natural gas into high-quality, clean burning transportation fuel.
We offer a broad range of petrochemical process technology available for licensing through ExxonMobil Chemical Technology Licensing LLC. These processes range from aromatics (xylene and alkylation) to olefins and polymers.
Offering well-engineered catalysts and process licenses for olefins, aromatics and polymer production.
We have led the development and application of technologies for xylenes and benzene production since the discovery of ZSM-5 in the late 1960s.
Badger Licensing LLC, a 50/50 joint venture between affiliates of ExxonMobil Chemical Company and Technip offers technology in the area of phenolics to produce cumene and bisphenol-A (BPA); and in the area of styrenics to produce ethylbenzene and styrene.
Our experience in developing products and processes for low density polyethylene (LDPE) spans back to 1965. Our technologies provide licensees with flexible processes, yielding a broad product portfolio from general purpose to specialty LDPE/EVA.
This technology was made possible by a worldwide ethylene technology licensing arrangement between ExxonMobil and M.W. Kellogg, followed by the latter’s merger with Brown & Root.
We provide the catalyst and our licensing partners provide the license and process technology leading to a range of services such as capital project engineering, startup support, troubleshooting and process control.
Through technical conferences and other public speaking opportunities, ExxonMobil communicates general information about the technologies we offer for licensing.