David Anderson, Esso Australia’s Longford Plants Manager, stepped out of his safety boots and into the classroom at Rosedale Primary School for the 17th annual Principal for a Day (PFAD) event.
Hundreds of Gippsland students have discovered first-hand the possibilities of science during a special science day at Seaspray beach.
Riggs, a juvenile Grey-headed Flying-fox, turned up on Kingfish B platform in Bass Strait after a cold winter storm recently and is now safe and well in the loving care of Joey and Bat Sanctuary (JABS) in Melbourne.
ExxonMobil congratulates the winners of the 2017 Western Australian Premier’s Science Awards.
On Monday, 14 August, the Treasurer Scott Morrison launched a first-of-its-kind report from the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney (USSC) detailing the deep benefits of the US-Australia investment relationship.
The 100th cargo of LNG left the Gorgon Project in Western Australia at the end of June marking a milestone for one of the world’s largest natural gas projects and the largest single resource development in Australia’s history.
ExxonMobil Australia has partnered with Kidsafe Victoria to support its new community support centre at the Monash Children’s Hospital.
ExxonMobil, with the support of Wellington Shire Council and the Esso BHP Billiton Wellington Entertainment Centre, brought Opera Australia’s Schools Tour production of The Magic Flute to Sale recently.
The greatest challenge facing the future of Bass Strait gas is the size of the remaining discovered undeveloped fields.
27 July 2017
Esso, on behalf of the Gippsland Basin Joint Venture, is helping to inspire a new generation of engineers and scientists by investing over $80,000 into local primary and secondary schools.
Esso has a long and proud history in the Gippsland area spanning over five decades. In that time, as part of the Gippsland Basin Joint Venture with BHP Billiton, we have invested billions of dollars into developing the infrastructure required to meet the energy needs of Australian households and businesses.
6 July 2017
The Gippsland Basin Joint Venture (GBJV) has partnered with Landcare Australia in support of a conservation project in the Mount Worth State Park.
4 July 2017
The demand for natural gas on Australia’s east coast has reached record highs just as the major Bass Strait fields it has relied on for decades approach the end of their productive lives.
For almost half a century ExxonMobil has been successfully operating the Long Island Point (LIP) Plant near Hastings on the shore of the environmentally sensitive Western Port Bay.
ExxonMobil is committed to working cooperatively and openly with stakeholders and communities where we operate. The survey, undertaken every three years, aims to identify community awareness and perceptions of our operations. These insights help us to better understand and respond to local issues or concerns.
Hastings is all prepared to launch a community vegetable garden thanks, in part, to a team of volunteers from Esso.
Due to an operational issue at one of our customer’s facilities, Esso will need to flare excess gas through its Long Island Point plant in Hastings.
Two dead trees on the trench line for the new Longford Liquids Pipeline were found to be home to a diverse community of birds.
As part of International Women’s Day celebrations, Esso's Long Island Point Plant Manager, Kim Hahn, hosted a table of female students at Peninsula Rotary Clubs' International Women’s Day breakfast.
Esso has been undertaking a range of environmental investigations across the Longford Plants (including on our surrounding landholdings) to investigate the occurrence of a group of chemicals known as PFAS (per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances, or “PFAS”).
Developing an understanding of science and how things work is starting early at Loch Sport Primary School.
From 28 January 2017, Esso will be conducting scheduled maintenance work on one of Long Island Point Plant’s main process units.
With a focus on science, Hastings Primary School, with support from Esso and BHP Billiton, has taken the traditional classroom outside to develop its students’ understanding of many aspects of the environment.
David Anderson, Esso Australia’s Longford Plants Manager, stepped out of his safety boots and into the classroom at Longford Primary School for the 16th annual Principal For A Day event on 8 September 2016.
Rangers from the Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Education team were delighted to have shared their ‘Chirpy Chicks’ penguin program recently with 173 students in the Gippsland region thanks to support from ExxonMobil Australia.
Esso is currently replacing the 187 kilometre pipeline that transports crude oil and condensate between Longford and Long Island Point. The project is progressing well with 130 kilometres of the 187 kilometre pipeline route now installed.
As construction of the Longford Gas Conditioning Plant (GCP) progresses and we advance start up planning, the GCP project team has been focusing on emergency response preparedness activities with our employees and key external stakeholders.
On 17 June 2016, Esso was proud to attend the opening of new BBQ facilities at the Tyabb Central Reserve, near our Long Island Point facility in Victoria.
ExxonMobil Australia is proud to be involved in the launch of an exciting new environmental project in partnership with Conservation Volunteers Australia.
On 15 March 2016 students from a range of schools and kindergartens across the Mornington Peninsula descended on Briars Historic Park in Mount Martha for the launch of the annual Mornington Peninsula Schools Environment Week.
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