Low Carbon Solutions

Play a pivotal role in advancing solutions for a lower-emission future


In 2021, we established our Low Carbon Solutions business, leveraging our unique combination of capabilities, such as geophysics expertise and complex project management. ExxonMobil Low Carbon Solutions is working to bring lower-emission technologies to market, making them accessible to hard-to-decarbonize industries worldwide. Focusing on carbon capture and storage, hydrogen, and second-generation biofuels, our team is using our experience and expertise with large, complex projects to help customers find their path to meeting a range of lower-emission goals, while also reducing our own Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions.


Help Low Carbon Solutions advocate for policies needed to scale large, industrial solutions for hard-to-decarbonize sectors. Establish key partnerships and collaborations to promote supportive policies and regulatory framework.
Example roles: Advocacy advisor

Asset Management

In this area, candidates oversee day-to-day operations of large-scale technologies and solutions that are helping drive down carbon emissions.
Example roles: Asset manager, Readiness lead

Business Development

It starts with opportunity. Our business and development group identifies and captures market development opportunities with a focus on commercial arrangements.
Example roles: Business Developer, Sales Advisor, Sales Manager, Sales Representative, Trader/Negotiator, Sales Consultant


We assemble skilled teams to ensure ExxonMobil continues its innovative, industry-leading work. Roles in our finance career path oversee our complex finances, mitigate risk, and keep ExxonMobil licensed to operate in terms of controls and financial integrity—and help grow and add value to the business.
Example roles: Tax, Controllers, Treasurer

Product Development

Help scale commercial development of critical low-carbon solutions that ExxonMobil is delivering to customers. This role sits at the intersection of what’s possible and achieving results.
Example roles: Sustainable Technologies and Product Development advisor


Low Carbon Solutions is ideal for those who look at complicated challenges and see opportunity. Our people thrive in a dynamic workplace filled with big ideas, and they have a passion for helping find ways society can achieve a lower-carbon future.


Commitment of $15 billion through 2027 for projects that include GHG emissions reduction from EM operated assets (Scope 1 and 2) and increased investments in the Low Carbon Solutions business.

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