Report Jan. 5, 2021


ExxonMobil is committed to providing its shareholders with disclosures that impart meaningful insights about its business, including how it manages climate-related risks. This report, along with the rest of its comprehensive set of disclosures relating to climate- related matters, follow the framework established by IPIECA, including IPIECA’s Climate Change Reporting Framework.1 This year’s report is also aligned with the core elements of the TCFD framework. IPIECA members represent a significant portion of the world’s oil and natural gas production, including state oil companies, and the organization is the industry’s principal channel of communication with the United Nations. A broad and global membership enables a reporting framework that is tailored to the petroleum industry and facilitates better comparisons of member companies on a more consistent and standardized basis.

Web links to our other various climate-related disclosures are highlighted below:

Sustainability Report

Outlook for Energy


Enhanced Methane Emissions Reduction Program

Climate-related materials

SEC Form 10-K

Executive Compensation materials contained in current year proxy statement

Existing policy frameworks (including the Paris NDCs), financial flows, and the availability of cost-effective technologies indicate that society is not currently on a 2°C pathway. Should society choose to more aggressively pursue a 2°C pathway, the Company will be positioned to contribute through its engagement on policy, development of needed technologies, improved operations and customer solutions.

1 IPIECA climate change reporting framework: Supplementary guidance for the oil and gas industry on voluntary sustainability reporting. Published by IPIECA in 2017.

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