Supporting Our Communities



The health and wellness of Harris County is of utmost importance. ExxonMobil Pipeline Company is constantly working to bring aid to the communities we serve, especially during this difficult time. We’re also partnering with local businesses and organizations while supporting the local economy. We remain focused on the safety of our people and our neighbors and continue to take precautionary measures to ensure our communities stay safe and prosperous.

Donations by the Gallon

Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company has consistently provided the communities of Harris County with hand sanitizer donations. These donations were made possible due to our operations in Baton Rouge quickly transitioning to produce mass quantities of hand sanitizer, fuel, and medical safety equipment such as masks and face shields.

East Texas Sanitizer Donations Map
An initial production of 160,000 gallons of medical-grade sanitizer, enough to fill nearly 5 million 4-ounce bottles, is being distributed to medical providers and first responders. 
ExxonMobil Pipeline Company Community Engagement Lead Justin Stegall with La Porte Police Department
ExxonMobil Pipeline Company made rounds across the Harris County region to deliver essential supplies to first responders and local businesses.
Fuel Donations to the City of Baytown
ExxonMobil Baytown provided approximately 30,000 gallons of fuel to The City of Baytown for first responder vehicles.
Donation to Houston Methodist Baytown Hospital front line employees
$20K in gift card donations were made to Houston Methodist Baytown Hospital front line employees.
Production of Sanitizer
ExxonMobil's COVID-19 response includes designing and constructing a new automatic filler for quart-sized sanitizer bottles to accelerate operations.
Packaging of sanitizer
To enhance safety, ExxonMobil plant personnel package the sanitizers outdoors. The new manufacturing process upholds all safety requirements and the consumer-ready product meets FDA standards.
Ryan Beissinger maintains social distancing during a delivery at Baton Rouge General Hospital
ExxonMobil employees at facilities across the country have shifted their workdays to deliver sanitizers to the front lines. Ryan Beissinger maintains social distancing during a delivery at Baton Rouge General Hospital.
ExxonMobil employee forklifting sanitizer donations
Baton Rouge is on track to distribute 160,000 gallons around the country.

Meals and Masks

Exxon Mobil is giving Houston-area food banks, restaurants and first responders dealing with COVID-19 a $450,000 boost through the company's new "Meals & Masks" program.

ExxonMobil staff helps prepare meals at the Texas Medical Center as part of the Meals and Masks program
ExxonMobil staff helps prepare meals at the Texas Medical Center.
Meals and Masks Program
One of thousands of chef-prepared meals on its way to frontline workers.
Delivering meals to the Texas Medical Center
Delivering meals to the Texas Medical Center.
Packing donations to be delivered to the TX Restaurant Relief Fund
Packing donations to be delivered to the TX Restaurant Relief Fund.
Packing supplies at the Houston Foodbank
Packing supplies at the Houston Foodbank.

The Collaboration

An ExxonMobil team of experts in chemicals, materials science and manufacturing is offering their experience to help a collaborative effort organized by the Global Center for Medical Innovation. Fifty thousand face shields have been produced, and production facilities are ramping up to manufacture upwards of 170,000 more per hour in the coming days. The collaboration has also produced models for a new, reusable face mask design that will address the shortage of N95 protective masks.

Exxon Collaboration with ET Brown
Reusable mask design graphic

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