ExxonMobil tracks proposed legislation and engages with governments around the world to advocate our position on policies that impact our operations. We are committed to honest and ethical behaviour and oppose corruption by supporting transparency.

Conflict minerals

Section 13(p) of the US Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 13p-1 thereunder (collectively, the “conflict mineral rules”) requires ExxonMobil to make certain disclosures concerning supply sources for conflict minerals that may be necessary to the manufacture or functionality of our products.

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Political advocacy

Political advocacy

ExxonMobil continues to support policies that promote stable investment climates for long-term business viability.

Political contributions and lobbying

ExxonMobil believes that registering and voting, keeping informed on political matters, serving in civic bodies and campaigning and office-holding at local, state and national levels are important rights and responsibilities of the citizens of a democracy.


Our efforts to promote revenue transparency have helped fight corruption, improve government accountability and promote greater economic stability around the world.

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