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.

And he’s off….. Eddie volunteers as a vaccinator at Epsom Racecourse

In the race to meet Government COVID-19 vaccination targets, Esso Petroleum employee Eddie Fish has stepped up as a St. John Ambulance volunteer. Eddie spoke to Newsline about his experiences on the frontline, which began with a six-hour shift at the Epsom Racecourse COVID-19 vaccination centre in February.

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 beginning next month has arrived on site.

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.

Take advantage of FREE ExxonMobil gym classes on Zoom

Want to improve your fitness as the lockdown restrictions ease? Then join in the fun and find your motivation with the ExxonMobil Leatherhead Office gym team who are running free online classes for all those with an ExxonMobil email address.

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.

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.