Working with communities
We seek to deliver sustainable economic growth, social development and environmental protection, so that actions today might enable future generations to meet their needs.
Managing impacts to local communities
Simply stated, the term “socioeconomic” refers to the collective social and economic effects that our activities can have on the people and communities where we work. We are sensitive to balancing local communities’ concerns with the desire for economic development. Our activities produce direct and indirect benefits to communities wherever we do business — an essential way is through the development of a globally competitive local workforce and local supply chain.Learn about socioeconomic management
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Newsroom News • Dec. 15, 2020
Community Energy Factor • May 12, 2020
The simple acts of washing your hands and using hand sanitizer can have a dramatic impact on slowing the spread of diseases like COVID-19. ExxonMobil is helping to meet demand for products like medical hand sanitizers, alcohol wipes and disinfectant sprays by manufacturing a key ingredient, isopropyl alcohol (IPA), and providing it to the customers and areas that need it most.
Advanced chemical products Energy Factor • March 27, 2020
Risk management Energy Factor • March 27, 2020
Newsroom News • Dec. 13, 2019