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Here are our most recent UK publications. You may also find publications produced by Exxon Mobil Corporation of interest: click here to see corporate or global publications. ExxonMobil's Brussels office also produces occasional publications: click here to access their European website.

Printed copies of some publications are available on request by emailing ExxonMobil's UK Information Service or by telephoning 01420 525534. Please note that we are only able to mail publications to addresses within the UK and Ireland.

2015 Government Payments

Government Payment Report 2015

This report complies with the requirements of The Reports on Payments to Governments Regulations 2014 No. 3209.

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Fawley Refinery and Petrochemical Plant

Covering 3,250 acres on Southampton Water, Fawley Refinery and Chemical Manufacturing Plant is the largest in the UK, and one of the most complex in Europe.

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Your guide to the Fife Ethylene plant

Read about about the operation of the Fife Ethylene plant, one of the largest of its type in Europe.

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Algae Biofuels Research and Development programme

Learn about the potential benefits of biofuel from photosynthetic algae.

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From pond to pump?

Brochure profiling work with Synthetic Genomics Incorporated on algae biofuels project.

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ExxonMobil in Europe

This publication takes a brief look at the company's various business activities in Europe, provides examples of current investment and R&D projects, and describes some of the community initiatives around our locations.

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Economic progress, environmental protection.
Finding the right balance in Europe

Energy is essential to human progress. It enables high standards of living in the developed world and it has the potential to improve billions of lives in the developing world. How do we balance economic progress and environmental protection?