Donation helps Air Ambulance educational work  

A £3,500 donation made by ExxonMobil Fawley to the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance (HIOWAA) will help provide education opportunities for crew members and young people in the community.

Donation helps Air Ambulance educational work  

Acorn aims to capture and store around 5-6 million tons of CO2 per year by 2030 from gas terminals at St Fergus complex at Peterhead, Scotland, including our SEGAL joint venture gas terminal. 

ExxonMobil has signed a Memorandum of Understanding to participate in the Acorn Carbon Capture and Storage project (CCS) in Scotland.

CCS is the process of capturing CO2 that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere from industrial activity, and injecting it into deep geologic formations for safe, secure and permanent storage.

The Acorn project aims to capture and store around 5-6 million tons of CO2 per year by 2030 from gas terminals at the St Fergus complex at Peterhead, Scotland, which includes our SEGAL joint venture gas terminal.  The project has the potential to provide more than half of the 10 million tons per year of CO2 storage targeted by the UK government and when expanded, could store more than 20 million tons of CO2 emissions per year by the mid-2030s.

Joe Blommaert, President of ExxonMobil’s Low Carbon Solutions business unit which launched in March, said, “We have more than 30 years’ experience in CCS technology and are advancing plans for more than 20 new CCS opportunities around the world. We are pleased to support the Acorn Project in the deployment of CCS, one of the most important technologies required to achieve society’s climate goals.”

ExxonMobil has also joined NECCUS, an alliance of industry, government and academic experts committed to reducing carbon emissions from industrial facilities in Scotland.  Our membership will help the alliance explore the potential of technology-driven solutions to reduce emissions by drawing on our extensive global experience with carbon capture and storage.

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Loving life in Fife

Jason Felder is one of 30 overseas visitors from ExxonMobil sites around the world who are bringing their highly specialised expertise to Fife Ethylene Plant’s £140m upgrade. And they are also helping to give a boost to the local economy as they and their families enjoy life in Fife.

Gender pay gap continues to close

Our 2020 UK gender pay gap figures, published this month, show we have continued to make progress in closing the gender pay gap at ExxonMobil in the UK, with a median gender pay gap of 6.8 percent for ExxonMobil companies in the UK, down from 7.1 percent in 2019, and well below the 2020 UK national average of 15.5 percent

First quarter results bounce back

Exxon Mobil Corporation announced estimated first quarter 2021 earnings of $2.7 billion, marking a return to profitability after a difficult year in 2020, when losses of $610 million were posted in the same period due to impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic.  In this latest quarter, oil-equivalent production was 3.8 million barrels per day, up 3 per cent from the fourth quarter of 2020.

Esso plans for E10 fuel change

Motorists across the UK are set to shift to a lower carbon fuel with the introduction of E10 at petrol stations in September 2021. The new fuel, which is a mixture of petrol and between 5.5% and 10% ethanol, will help the UK meet its climate change targets. Newsline asked Christine Isaacs, fuels programme advisor, about what this Government mandate means for ExxonMobil and the industry at large.

                       

Donation helps Air Ambulance educational work