Empowering neighboring communities

We are deeply committed to the wellbeing of the communities where we operates, evidenced by our employee volunteer activities and strategic community investment programs. These programs primarily focus on economic development, education and health.

Since 2007, ExxonMobil Indonesia has invested over US$35 million in social and community development initiatives. In its current operations in East Java, the company supports local government efforts to enhance the quality of life for the community.

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Empowering neighboring communities

Economic development


strategic community investment


We believe good health can create opportunity, generate performance, and enhance growth. Since 2008, a community-based water and sanitation program has been implemented in the Bojonegoro, Tuban, and Blora regencies. In this program, we installed 35 water towers and 105,000 meters of pipeline network, which has benefited more than 39,000 community members in 25 villages. Since then, the water pipeline has been used to distribute clean water directly to houses. In addition, we also supported a program that provided latrines for more than 3,800 families in 17 villages.

Indonesia Employee Volunteering Program (EVP)

Since 2006, more than 3,700 volunteers from ExxonMobil have actively participated in philanthropic programs in North Aceh, Bojonegoro, Blora, and Tuban. This reflects the company's culture of encouraging employees to contribute to their surrounding communities through volunteering. Some recent examples of these programs include teaching in local schools, hosting blood donor events, tree planting, and renovating public facilities.

In total, ExxonMobil's employees and contractors in Indonesia have volunteered for over 25,000 hours, equivalent to approximately 2.5 years, in various social programs benefiting the communities around their operational areas.