As we work to achieve our climate goal commitments, few challenges are more important than maintaining an accessible and affordable supply of energy while reducing its environmental impact. ExxonMobil is playing a leading role in addressing this challenge by lessening the carbon footprint of its own operations while spearheading technologies that will produce lower-carbon fuels and help carbon-intensive industries reach their net-zero emission targets. Working to make these goals a reality, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company is leveraging its logistical and pipeline expertise to keep today’s energy products flowing by preparing to safely transport products that will empower Texas’ lower-carbon future.
320 million metric tons
Since 2000, ExxonMobil has reduced or avoided 320 million metric tons of emissions1
Over the next five years, ExxonMobil plans to invest more than $15 billion on initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions2
ExxonMobil Pipeline Company operates crude oil, refined product pipelines and multiple refined products and transfer facilities in the Texas Gulf Coast that are important to businesses and motorists across the region.
We are committed to being a good neighbor. Safe operations and open communication are critical components to build and maintain those relationships. Hear from one of our right-of-way landowners, Millard.
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Our pipelines in the region provide important delivery and transportation services for manufacturers across the Texas Gulf Coast.
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In recent years, the United States has become one of the world's top producers of oil and natural gas.
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Our maintenance and replacement processes are designed by industry experts to keep our pipelines running safely and reliably.
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ExxonMobil Pipeline Company is committed to developing safe and reliable energy sources for the future. Learn more about the technology and innovations that are helping to meet your community's energy needs.
ExxonMobil Pipeline Company wishes all families in our communities a safe and happy Halloween.
In honor of National Fire Prevention Week, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company recognizes the first responders and emergency personnel who work to keep our communities safe.
ExxonMobil Pipeline Company recently participated in an unannounced spill drill on Lake Buchanan in Central Texas.
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Our team strives to do what is best for the community at every step of the permitting and construction process—because this is our home too.
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Pipelines are designed to meet stringent federal and state regulations covering pipeline material, strength and thickness. Pipelines, like cable, water and sewer lines, travel near the surface and far away from water sources deeper below. Computer-aided pipeline monitoring can rapidly detect issues so that pipeline operators can quickly shut down pumps and close valves to isolate segments if necessary. This helps ensure families and communities are protected.
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