Locations

Argentina

Learn more about our activities in Argentina.

 

Overview

Since 2010, ExxonMobil Exploration Argentina (EMEA) has had a presence in the unconventional Vaca Muerta shale oil and shale gas play in the Neuquén Province, which is considered one of the most important unconventional reservoirs in the world.

Today, ExxonMobil in Argentina employs approximately 1,600 people through several Exxon Mobil Corporation affiliates: ExxonMobil Exploration Argentina S.R.L, Mobil Argentina S.A. and ExxonMobil Business Support Center Argentina S.R.L.

Learn more about our Argentina operations

Community engagement

Contributing to community safety and security in Argentina ExxonMobil is relentless in the pursuit of safety so that every employee and contractor comes home from work each day safe and healthy. This commitment also extends to members of the communities where we operate.

Argentina Article Sept. 11, 2017

Dinosaur fossil recovery in Argentina The expanded effort to recover dinosaur fossils in the Vaca Muerta shale formation produces “extraordinary findings.”

Argentina Article Sept. 11, 2017

Argentina's emergency training and hospital equipment donations ExxonMobil continues to identify opportunities to contribute to the community’s health and access to medical care by making equipment donations and delivering emergency response training.

Argentina Article Sept. 11, 2017

Program to promote reading in Argentina The ExxonMobil-sponsored Family of Readers program is training teachers and reaching students while strengthening community ties.

Argentina Article Sept. 11, 2017

Promoting math, sciences and innovation in Argentina Focused programs are carried out to enhance student knowledge in science, technology, engineering and math, while fostering leadership and citizenship.

Argentina Article Sept. 11, 2017

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