Committed to Sustainable Development

As growing populations gain increased access to energy, a focus on sustainability is key. Rising living standards in many parts of the world will create the largest expansion of the global middle class in history, meaning more demand for homes, transportation, electricity, consumer goods and the energy to power them all. The challenge is to satisfy this growing demand, while reducing the risks of climate change with sustainable development – The Dual Challenge.

In addressing the Dual Challenge, ExxonMobil Product Solutions is committed to leveraging advanced technologies and sustainable practices throughout our operations. By continually investing in research and development, we strive to enhance the efficiency and environmental performance of our products, contributing to a more sustainable future. From cleaner energy solutions to eco-friendly materials, we are dedicated to pioneering advancements that not only meet the needs of today's growing population but also safeguard the planet for generations to come.

ExxonMobil Product Solutions manages a portfolio of commodity and unique performance products that provide the building blocks to meet growing global demand for essential products, creating innovative solutions that improve vast touchpoints in people’s lives.

Doing more with less for sustainable farming 

The hidden factors in electric vehicle (EV)  performance

Clean fluids for clean water

Battery recycling: waste is not the end, but the beginning

Synthetic base oils can help lower industrial energy consumption

Dry cleaning  doesn’t have to be dirty business!

Vegan Leather: A luxury alternative

Game changing technology for sulfur removal from gas streams  while reducing carbon footprint

OASE® sulfexx™ solvent enables selective removal of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) while minimizing the co-absorption of carbon dioxide (CO2)

Raising the bar: OASE sulfexx solvent enables selective removal of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) while minimizing the co-absorption of carbon dioxide (CO2). The new solvent is based on a new proprietary amine that allows gas treatment units to achieve high absorption capacity with low energy consumption for regeneration. The result is lower operating costs, smaller equipment, and lower capital investments than conventional amine gas treatment units.