Article June 5, 2019
Our history in Brazil
ExxonMobil Corporation, formed by the merging of Exxon and Mobil in 1999, established itself on Brasil in 1912, while still under the Standard Oil Company name. It was the first company of Oil & Gas to set up operations in Brazil. On its legacy, ExxonMobil has the Esso brand and the Tiger mascot in its gas stations, and many other stories. Not to mention Repórter Esso, which was the origin of Prêmio Esso, considered to be one of the most dignified awards in the history of Brazilian journalism for six decades.
Article June 5, 2019
Our history in Brazil
History of the ExxonMobil Group in Brazil
Authorized to set up operations in Brazil by a Decree issued by President Hermes da Fonseca, signed on January 17, 1912, ExxonMobil—under the name Standard Oil Company of Brazil—was a precursor in the distribution of oil products, such as gasoline and kerosene, sold in drums and cans.
ExxonMobil has lived a century-long history in Brazil with several other pioneering initiatives, such as the installation of the first gas pumps on public roads; the construction of the first tanker car and the country's first tanker truck; the fueling of the first aircrafts for Brazilian commercial aviation; sponsorship of the news that has become the standard in Brazil, the “Repórter Esso;” the creation of the “Prêmio Esso de Jornalismo” (Esso Journalism Award)—later known as the ExxonMobil Journalism Award.
ExxonMobil was a pioneer in the implementation of a single Order Service Center, in the launching of the first alcohol additive in Brazil, Maxxi Álcool; in the launching of the first premium gasoline additive in the country, EssoMaxxi Gold; and in the third generation of gasoline additives, Nova Maxxi; in the launch of the “Esso Guaranteed Gasoline” programs—a thorough and certified process that ensures the quality of the gas sold at participating stations—in the placement on the market of a complete international line of lubricants with Mobil 1 and Esso Ultron synthetic oils, the most advanced lubricants in the world; and in the application of the Quality Control and Training program for service stations.
The merger of two large oil companies, Exxon and Mobil, in 2000, resulted in the creation of Exxon Mobil Corporation, the number 1 private global company in the oil and petrochemical business, bringing together a significant number of the best human and technological resources.
Community and culture in BrazilSustainable economic growth, social development and environmental protection are fundamental values for ExxonMobil. We work so that the present and future generations have access to high quality, safe energy.
Brazil Article • Sept. 15, 2020
ExxonMobil renews support to the golden lion tamarin’s conservation projectOn August 2, International Golden Lion Tamarin Day, ExxonMobil reaffirms its commitment to the conservation of two Brazilian symbols that are threatened with extinction: the golden lion tamarin and the Atlantic Forest.
Brazil July 27, 2020
Our operations in BrazilAt present, the company has a presence in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Paulínia and Curitiba.
Brazil Article • April 22, 2020
ExxonMobil donates 10,000 food baskets to families in 52 Rio de Janeiro communitiesExxonMobil has signed a partnership with the non-governmental organization Viva Rio to distribute essential food baskets to support 52 communities in Rio de Janeiro. The company will donate US$100,000 that will benefit approximately 10,000 families.
Brazil April 20, 2020
ExxonMobil to support conservation of endangered golden lion tamarin in Brazil
ExxonMobil announced today it is supporting the conservation of the endangered golden lion tamarin (Leontopithecus rosalia), an iconic species of the Atlantic Forest in Brazil.
Brazil Aug. 2, 2019
Safety and environmentIn order to achieve Operational Excellency, ExxonMobil goes beyond the applicable environmental laws and regulations, and, thus, adopts high safety standards and state-of-the-art technology in its operations, always keeping the focus on people and on preserving the environment.
Brazil Article • June 5, 2019