Connection June 2021

Welcome to the June 2021 edition of Connection

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Connection June 2021
In this edition of Connection we take a look at the refurbishment of Rig 22 which is heading out to the Kingfish B platform to support our ongoing well abandonment campaign as part of our extensive decommissioning efforts in Bass Strait.

You can also read about our some of our leaders are leading by example to help keep our operations, and Australia, COVID-safe by participating in our Vaccination Challenge.

June is a busy month, it’s home to Pride Month, World Environment Day and International Women in Engineering Day. So in this edition of Connection, you can also read about how we honoured or participated in all of these occasions, including by supporting Conservation Volunteers Australia’s annual World Environment Day Planting Challenge.

We hope you enjoy this edition of Connection.

In this edition

Ready to get back to business in Bass Strait

Family day to celebrate the refurbishment of Rig 22

Update from David McCord, Long Island Point Manager, June 2021

23 June is International Women in Engineering Day, a day which aims to highlight some of the amazing work by women in engineering and technical roles.

Leaders leading the way in our vaccination challenge

Leading by example to help keep our operations and Australia COVIDSafe

New marine fuelling vessel to increase efficiency and reduce congestion at Port of Tauranga

Tauranga Moana’s seaport is the new home of a nimble, safe ship-refuelling vessel that will play a significant role in refuelling coastal traders, international cargo vessels and other large vessels operating in the Bay of Plenty region.

June is Pride Month

Reflecting on the achievements of the ExxonMobil Australia Pride Chapter

ExxonMobil Australia supports World Environment Day Planting Challenge

Conservation Volunteers Australia’s largest in-person corporate planting event.

Collaborating to test our response capability

Natasha coordinates a cross-industry exercise to test Esso Australia’s oil spill response

Local glass production powered by Gippsland gas

MELBOURNE, Australia – Esso Australia Resources Pty Ltd (‘Esso’, a subsidiary of ExxonMobil Australia Pty Ltd) has extended its gas sales agreement with Oceania Glass, which will see the company continue supplying Gippsland gas to support Australian glass production until at least the mid-2020s.