ExxonMobil to cut 1,900 US jobs as pandemic ‘makes the need for reorganisation urgent’

The layoffs will affect employees at the oil giant’s management offices in Houston, Texas

ExxonMobil to cut up to 1,600 jobs across European operations

The oil and gas giant says the jobs cuts are due to ‘reorganisational’ changes to reduce costs and improve efficiency

Belgian port launches voyage to cleaner future with carbon capture project

A consortium aims to develop shared CO2 liquefaction, storage and transport infrastructure

ExxonMobil wins New York climate change fraud court battle

State Judge Barry R. Ostrager said the attorney general failed to prove the company misled investors about the true cost of climate change

Carbon dioxide emissions
ExxonMobil expands carbon capture tech agreement

It has signed a two-year deal with FuelCell Energy worth $60 million to further develop the technology

ExxonMobil granted US Strategic Petroleum Reverse lease

The Department of Energy said ExxonMobil Pipeline Company (EMPCo) has signed a 20-year lease to operate the St James Marine terminal and Bayou Choctaw 36-inch Pipeline

Emissions
ExxonMobil partners up for new carbon capture tech

The latter company has progressed research on a process that uses porous solids, known as metal-organics frameworks, to separate carbon from air or flue gas

Scottish regulator investigates unplanned flaring at ExxonMobil site

The ‘high volume flaring’ at the Mossmorran Ethylene Plant started on Monday night as a result of a mechanical failure across boilers, resulting in a loss of steam generation

Carbon dioxide emissions
ExxonMobil pledges $100m for emissions reduction research

It is partnering with the US Department of Energy to develop technologies related to energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reductions

Oil and gas exploration
ExxonMobil signs deal to explore 28,000 sq km in offshore Namibia

The territory extends from the shoreline to around 215 kilometres offshore, with depths of up to 4,000 metres at points