Australia Sustainability Highlights report

ExxonMobil Australia has released its local Sustainability Highlights report for 2017.

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Australia Sustainability Highlights report

Sustainability is critical to our business. At ExxonMobil, we work to expand the supply of reliable and affordable energy needed for economic progress. The Australia Sustainability Highlights report aims to broadly share our performance and commitments locally in the key areas of safety, environmental performance and community engagement.

Download the report and learn more about our balanced approach that considers the impact of our operations on local economies, communities and the environment.

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