Long Service Awards


Long Service Awards

Long Service Awards – June 2021



Five years

Alexander Baum, AES LTD

Heather Carr, Esso Petroleum Company Ltd

Samuel Macgregor, EM Engineering Europe Ltd

Jason McCammon, Esso Petroleum Company Ltd

Nicole Perrin, Esso Petroleum Company Ltd

Alice Smith, 5EM Chemical Ltd (Fawley)



Ten years

Matthew Day, Esso Petroleum Company Ltd

Ian Drage, Esso Petroleum Company Ltd

Daniel Stocks, Esso Petroleum Company Ltd


Twenty years

Andrew Elkins, Esso Petroleum Company Ltd

Edward Fisher, Esso Petroleum Company Ltd

Sean Gunning, Esso Petroleum Company Ltd

Gregory Parkinson, Esso Petroleum Company Ltd

Martin Piper, ExxonMobil International

Christian Thomas, ExxonMobil International



Thirty years

Julie Balint, EM Chemical Ltd (Fawley)

Allan McKay, ExxonMobil International

Susan Partington, Esso Petroleum Company Ltd



Also in this issue

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.

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.

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

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.

Pipeline team wins Presidents Award

Alison Segun, James Taylor, Stuart Pace and Jon Anstee De Mas have all been awarded the Fuels & Lubricants President’s Award for their work on the Development Consent Order (DCO) for the Southampton to London pipeline (SLP) project. The scheme will replace 90km of the underground fuel pipeline between Boorley Green, Hampshire and the West London Terminal storage facility in Hounslow.


Long Service Awards