ExxonMobil Fawley donates £5,000 to carbon monoxide alarm appeal

ExxonMobil Fawley has made a £5,000 donation to a campaign led by the Blue Lamp Trust which will enable hundreds of elderly and vulnerable people across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight to be given carbon monoxide (CO) detectors. Around 60 people in England and Wales die from CO poisoning each year, often due to badly fitted or poorly maintained appliances within the home.

ExxonMobil Fawley donates £5,000 to carbon monoxide alarm appeal
Image: Lead Fitter Mark Scovell talks to a client about the importance of fitting a carbon monoxide detector.

ExxonMobil Fawley has been a supporter of the Blue Lamp Trust for many years. Angharad Vaughan, ExxonMobil Fawley’s community affairs adviser, said: “Safety is our number one priority and so this appeal to help protect people from carbon monoxide poisoning in their own homes is something we are delighted to support for a second year in a row. ”

The Blue Lamp Trust is extremely grateful for ExxonMobil Fawley’s continued support. Theresa Pratt, the Blue Lamp Trust’s general manager said: “With people spending more time indoors during the COVID-19 lockdown, elderly, and vulnerable people who are living alone are at particular risk of carbon monoxide poisoning from devices such as gas cookers, boilers, wood burners and gas heaters. This donation will help us install 800 carbon monoxide detectors in people’s homes over the coming months and potentially save the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in our society.”

Discover more about the Blue Lamp Trust at www.bluelamptrust.org.uk.

Also in this issue

ExxonMobil Fawley supports local community groups

Families Matter, a charity offering support to a wide range of people across the Hythe and Waterside area of Southampton, has been given a welcome boost with a £1,750 contribution from ExxonMobil Fawley. The funds will help support a Women’s Wellbeing Group, ‘Hythe Huddle’ and ‘the Memory Group’, which together provide regular support to around 70 households.

EAME ESG takes strategic approach to the COVID-19 response

One year ago, and almost overnight, COVID-19 changed everything for everyone. For ExxonMobil, ensuring the wellbeing of employees whilst fulfilling its duty to society was a huge challenge. So at the beginning of 2020, in response, the company established several emergency support groups (ESG) including one for the EAME region. Newsline spoke to Rupert Bravery, emergency preparedness & response advisor to discover more…

A Postcard from Kazakhstan

Hilary Walsh is a controller and business services manager for ExxonMobil Kazakhstan Inc. Having worked for ExxonMobil for the past 34 years, Hilary took on the assignment in Kazakhstan two years ago. Here, she writes about her experiences…

ExxonMobil agrees sale of UK central and northern North Sea assets

At the end of last month (February) we signed an agreement with HitecVision, through its wholly owned portfolio company Neo Energy, for the sale of most of our non-operated upstream assets in the United Kingdom central and northern North Sea for more than $1 billion.

Huge load travels 700 miles from Moerdijk to Mossmorran

A huge new piece of equipment, which will be installed as part of Fife Ethylene Plant’s £140m investment project has arrived on site.

The 170 tonne, 14 metre by 6 metre Regenerator, is a clever piece of engineering that heats and cools air from the plant’s gas turbine. It arrived during the early hours one Friday morning, after an epic 700-mile journey from the Netherlands, arriving by ship at Burntisland East Dock.

ExxonMobil agrees sale of UK central and northern North Sea assets

At the end of last month (February) we signed an agreement with HitecVision, through its wholly owned portfolio company Neo Energy, for the sale of most of our non-operated upstream assets in the United Kingdom central and northern North Sea for more than $1 billion.

                

ExxonMobil Fawley donates £5,000 to carbon monoxide alarm appeal