ExxonMobil and Ukraine
Support for the people of Ukraine
ExxonMobil supports the people of Ukraine as they seek to defend their freedom and determine their own future as a nation. We deplore Russia’s military action, which has violated Ukraine’s territorial integrity and endangered its people.
In response to recent events, we are working to discontinue operations and taking steps to exit the Sakhalin-1 project. For more than 20 years we have operated the Sakhalin-1 project on behalf of an international consortium of Japanese, Indian and Russian companies. As part of the process to discontinue operations, we will work to carefully manage our exit operations while ensuring safety and environmental protection.
Given the current situation, ExxonMobil will make no new investments in Russia and is also fully complying with all sanctions.
Support for relief in Ukraine
ExxonMobil stands with the people of Ukraine. We are continuing to respond to the devastating humanitarian crisis caused by the Russian invasion by providing $10 million in direct funds to relief organizations. The funds will be used to provide medical care, emergency assistance, and refugee support.
The grants include:
- $5 million to the Red Cross, which is providing emergency assistance such as food and water, supporting hospitals and health care facilities, repairing water stations, and helping households rehabilitate their damaged homes.
- $2.25 million to the International Medical Corps, which is providing medical, mental health, and protection services to millions of people affected by the conflict, including refugees.
- $1 million to Project HOPE, which is assisting with direct health care services, equipping clinics and hospitals, and training local health care workers.
- $1.5 million in local impact grants for our European-based affiliates to donate to area non-profit organizations assisting with relief efforts.
- $250,000 to Counterpart International for a global women in management training program to help increase women’s employment opportunities in countries where Ukrainian refugees have fled, with a focus on Poland and Romania.