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Rehabilitating the environment

As part of our life cycle approach to protecting the environment, we continue to enhance the rehabilitation of our no-longer-needed properties so they can have a beneficial next use.

By taking actions today, we can ensure the land we use is available for environmental benefits and development in the future. Since its creation in 2008, ExxonMobil Environmental Services (EMES) – our global functional organization that provides guidance and support on remediation and surplus-site stewardship – has managed more than $5.1 billion on remediation work and returned more than 1,400 properties to beneficial end use. In 2014 alone, we monitored 5,600 active sites in our EMES global portfolio.