Helping Deliver Texas’ Lower-Carbon Energy Future

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.

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Community Leader Spotlight

We want our communities to have educational resources to learn more about CO2 and the need for an expanded pipeline network. We also want the first responders in our communities to be prepared with emergency response tactics needed to address CO2-specific hazards. That’s one reason why we sponsor the participation of local and regional emergency responders in programs such as the Hazmat Liquid and CO2 Pipeline Emergency Response trainings with Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX).

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Are you interested in an upcoming HazMat Liquid & CO2 Pipeline and Industrial Fire Emergencies training class?

Register for our September or November class using the links to the right. First time TEEX training participants will need to select "create account" within the myTEEX student portal when registering.

All courses are hosted by TEEX in College Station, TX on Saturdays and Sundays. Prerequisites are required to attend, please see course description for more information.

Do you have questions about training or want to learn more? Submit an interest form below.

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September 14-15, 2024

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November 9-10, 2024

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Updates

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.

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Stay safe and stay prepared this hurricane season

05/31/2024

As hurricane season approaches, EMPCo encourages our neighbors to stay prepared and stay safe.

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API and LEPA release 2023 Performance Report & 2023-2025 Pipeline Excellence Strategic Plan

05/20/2024

The American Petroleum Institute (API) and the Liquid Energy Pipeline Association (LEPA) recently released their 2023 Performance Report & 2023-2025 Pipeline Excellence Strategic Plan.

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Harris County Precinct 2 Commissioner Adrian Garcia attends April TEEX session

05/17/2024

The ExxonMobil-sponsored TEEX HazMat Liquid & CO2 Pipeline and Industrial Fire Emergencies training provides first responders with hands-on training including a module on CO2 pipeline response.

How We Support the Texas Gulf Coast

Working With Our Neighbors

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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Supporting Jobs

Our pipelines in the region provide important delivery and transportation services for manufacturers across the Texas Gulf Coast.

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Advancing Texas — Promoting energy security

In recent years, the United States has become one of the world's top producers of oil and natural gas.

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Enhanced Reliability

Our maintenance and replacement processes are designed by industry experts to keep our pipelines running safely and reliably.

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Pipeline Facts and Resources

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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Pipeline safety and resources

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ExxonMobil Pipeline Company's investment in this pipeline maintenance and project work on the Texas Gulf Coast totals more than $1 billion.

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