Go inside one of the worlds largest oil platforms

Towering over the North Atlantic, day and night, an engineering wonder helps to responsibly meet the world’s rising energy demand. Welcome to Hebron, an immense platform that is designed to produce up to 150,000 barrels of oil a day.

Perspective Dec. 20, 2018

Hundreds of people work on the rig to ensure seamless and safe operations. From the drill room to the music room, watch our video and explore what is a truly exceptional place.

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Production begins in Guyana

Production begins in Guyana

Today marks the start of a powerful new chapter in Guyana.

Oil Energy Factor Dec. 23, 2019

Big things moving: Building Guyana's destiny

Big things moving: Building Guyana's destiny

Finding the next big discovery is only a small part of the story when it comes to energy. Delivering that new energy source to those who need it around the world takes the same amount of engineering innovation as discovering it in the first place.

Oil Energy Factor Sept. 9, 2019

Brazil a bold energy investment

Brazil a bold energy investment

In September 2017, ExxonMobil had interest in just two offshore blocks in Brazil, totaling slightly more than 161,000 net acres.

Oil Energy Factor Nov. 2, 2018

Kearl canadian oil sands operations

Canadian oil sands: a source of secure, accessible and affordable energy

Through the responsible development of its oil sands, Canada continues to play an increasingly important role in meeting rising global energy demand.

Oil Article Sept. 17, 2018

Kerry Moreland: From chasing storms to discovering tomorrow’s energy

I’ve had the opportunity to search for oil around the world in many diverse basins, but my role as the Guyana Basin Exploration Project Manager will forever be a highlight. And it wasn’t an easy job. Energy companies had searched for oil and gas offshore Guyana for decades. Nearly 40 wells had been drilled in the area since the 1960s with unsuccessful results.

Oil Energy Factor Aug. 21, 2018

Oil rigs: from time to time

The same year NASA found evidence of water on Mars, ExxonMobil started production where it found evidence of oil and gas — in the ultra-deep Hadrian South field in the Gulf of Mexico.

Oil Energy Factor Oct. 13, 2016