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Simply stated, the term “socioeconomic” refers to the collective social and economic effects that our activities can have on the people and communities where we work. We are sensitive to balancing local communities’ concerns with the desire for economic development. Our activities produce direct and indirect benefits to communities wherever we do business — an essential way is through the development of a globally competitive local workforce and local supply chain.

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ExxonMobils women introduce girls to science and engineering ExxonMobil affiliate Women Interest Network (WIN), Nigeria, recently hosted the 2017 edition of the annual "Introduce a Girl to Science and Engineering Day" (IAGTED), welcoming 20 female students and four accompanying teachers from four secondary schools: Kuramo Junior and Senior Secondary Schools, and Victoria Island Junior and Senior Secondary Schools. The students had an exciting day learning and participating in engineering and science activities.

Nigeria Oct. 9, 2018

Then & now: A community rebuilding a year after Harvey Rebuilding takes strength and time. And as we reflect on the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey, it’s clear that it also takes a community to rebuild a community. Thankfully, ExxonMobil’s Texas Coast community has proven to be more than up for the job.

Community Energy Factor Aug. 28, 2018

Responding to disaster as a global citizen When Hurricane Harvey battered Texas, ExxonMobil rushed to support affected communities. Our employees worked tirelessly to restore America’s fuel supplies while also helping their neighbors in need.

Community Blog Apr. 19, 2018

Following Papua New Guinea’s earthquake, ExxonMobil mobilizes with supplies to impacted communities Immediately after the initial quake, ExxonMobil, the operator of Papua New Guinea Liquefied Natural Gas (PNG LNG), helicoptered large tents, water purification equipment and water containers to victims of the disaster.

Community Energy Factor March 19, 2018

ExxonMobil gift supports Promise House’s homeless youth assistance programs IRVING, Texas — Darren W. Woods, chairman and chief executive officer of Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM), today presented a $50,000 gift to Promise House to assist in its mission of providing critical services to homeless children and teens in Dallas, Texas.

Newsroom News Dec. 4, 2017