Community engagement

Working with communities

We seek to deliver sustainable economic growth, social development and environmental protection, so that actions today might enable future generations to meet their needs.

Corporate citizenship

Managing impacts to local communities

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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ExxonMobil provides $100,000 to support relief efforts in Mozambique following Cyclone Kenneth IRVING, Texas – ExxonMobil said today that it is providing $100,000 to support disaster relief and recovery efforts in Mozambique following Cyclone Kenneth, which made landfall on April 25.

Newsroom News May 6, 2019

Community relations Understanding and addressing the interests of societies and communities where we work is an important component of maintaining a successful and sustainable business.

Community Article Oct. 31, 2018

Human rights We respect internationally recognized standards on human rights and assess our activities to ensure these rights are protected.

Community Article Oct. 31, 2018

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.

Community Article Oct. 31, 2018

Transparency and anti-corruption We are committed to preventing corruption, complying with all legal requirements, operating with the highest ethical business practices and communicating openly with transparent processes.

Community Article Oct. 31, 2018