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We are aware that public policy decisions made at all levels of government can have significant effects on our current and future operations. For these reasons, ExxonMobil exercises its right to support policies that promote a stable investment climate for long-term business viability and to communicate our positions to the U.S. Congress, state legislatures and governments around the world.

Enabling Energy Abundance

Promoting sound policies that foster innovation and economic growth

By promoting free trade and the rule of law, policymakers can foster an atmosphere in which citizens and businesses identify and pursue new innovations and opportunities, invest and build, and achieve unprecedented success. With sound policies supporting open, competitive free markets, the energy industry and companies like ExxonMobil can help lead an economic resurgence with disciplined investments in new projects, new technologies and new jobs.

U.S. energy policy changes could create thousands of jobs
Nationwide, the energy industry supports

more than 10M jobs

across all 50 states.

Global energy trade

While global energy demand will require a wide range of supply and resources, studies indicate that the majority of global supply will continue to be met with oil and natural gas.
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All articles about policy

U.S. energy policy changes could create thousands of jobs Access to U.S. offshore oil and gas resources remains vitally important to continued U.S. energy security and economic prosperity.

Policy Article Dec. 22, 2021

Political contributions and lobbying ExxonMobil believes that registering and voting, keeping informed on political matters, serving in civic bodies and campaigning and office-holding at local, state and national levels are important rights and responsibilities of the citizens of a democracy.

Policy Article Sept. 7, 2021

Conflict minerals The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 requires ExxonMobil to make certain disclosures concerning supply sources for conflict minerals.

Policy Article May 26, 2021

Global energy trade: creating a robust network The link between global economic growth and energy demand is clear — to grow and prosper, the world will need about 25 percent more energy by 2040. By enabling energy supplies to flow smoothly between nations, a robust global trading network helps meet the need for energy efficiently and affordably.

Policy Article Jan. 14, 2019