- ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) Publishes 2013 Corporate Citizenship Report - ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) Publishes 2013 Corporate Citizenship Report

The report details the company's safety, environmental, economic and social performance
Wednesday, May 28, 2014 - 4:40am

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CONTENT: Press Release

May 28, 2014 /3BL Media/ - ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) has published its 2013 Corporate Citizenship Report, detailing its safety, environmental, economic and social performance. The report is available at and on the ExxonMobil iPad app.

Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson said, “We strive to be responsible corporate citizens, and our success along that path is underpinned by our technological expertise, operational excellence, safety performance and unwavering ethical standards.”  

The report summarizes ExxonMobil’s plans, initiatives and performance across six key citizenship focus areas: safety, health and the workplace; environmental performance; economic development and supply chain management; managing climate change risks; corporate governance; and human rights and managing community impacts. This year’s Corporate Citizenship Report highlights that ExxonMobil has:

  • Decreased total workforce lost-time incident rate by 45 percent since 2011
  • Achieved a 24 percent reduction in freshwater consumption since 2011
  • Remediated 1,000 properties to beneficial use since 2008
  • Improved energy efficiency in refining and chemical manufacturing by 10 percent over the past decade
  • Achieved $1 billion in spending with U.S. minority- and women-owned businesses through direct purchases and spend leveraged through contracts

The report also describes ExxonMobil’s approach to stakeholder engagement and social investment, including:

  • Continuing systematic engagement with communities and indigenous peoples near its operations
  • Providing more than $70 million in promoting economic opportunities for women over the past nine years
  • Investing nearly $937 million for education programs globally since 2000
  • Providing $120 million toward combating malaria since 2000, reaching 105 million people

The Corporate Citizenship Report was prepared in accordance with the reporting guidelines and indicators of the International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association and the American Petroleum Institute Oil and Gas Industry Guidance on Sustainability Reporting (December 2010). This report also cross references the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G3.1 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines.

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