About us

Who we are

Fueling the world safely and responsibly

We work to provide the fuels and chemicals that make modern life possible and support human progress. For us, providing the energy our global economy requires while also offering lower-emission solutions shouldn’t be an either/or choice; we like to think of it as an “and” equation, and that’s an equation we’re built to help solve.

Operating in more than 60 countries, we are constantly seeking solutions to meet society’s evolving needs – something ExxonMobil has been doing for more than 140 years.

At heart, we are a global team of 62,000 scientists, engineers, researchers, technicians, professionals and other employees, representing more than 160 nationalities, who are focused on safely  meeting the world’s energy and product needs. Together, we’re  determined to play a key role in a thoughtful transition to an energy-secure, lower-emissions future for society.

Our what

Our why

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Our guiding principles

Exxon Mobil Corporation is committed to being the world's premier petroleum and chemical manufacturing company. To that end, we must continuously achieve superior financial and operating results while adhering to high ethical standards.
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Standards of business conduct

How we achieve strong results is as important as the results themselves. The company's directors, officers and employees are expected to observe the highest standards of integrity in conducting business.
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Our history

Over the past 140 years ExxonMobil has evolved from a regional marketer of kerosene in the U.S. to one of the largest publicly traded petroleum and petrochemical enterprises in the world.

Consumer and business products

We continue to evolve to meet growing global demand for oil, natural gas and refined products and aim to play a leading role in the energy transition.