Committed to sustainable development

As growing populations gain increased access to energy, 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 – The Dual Challenge.

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.

A foundation for innovation 

Working together to Rethink Recycle 

Doing more with less for sustainable farming 

The hidden factors in electric vehicle (EV)  performance

  • How can air increase an Electric Vehicle’s range?

    Air retention is critical to tire performance – and that’s especially important for electric vehicles (EV) due to the increased demands they place on tires through heavier weight and instant torque.

  • Air retention matters!

    Find out how a better innerliner offers strength, from the inside out. Watch this video for more information on how tires with halobutyl innerliners can improve overall vehicle performance.

  • How can Synthetic Base Oils help develop next generation electric vehicles

    The automotive industry increasingly demands improved fuel economy and energy efficiency. Rapid adoption of hybrid and electric vehicles (EV) brings new challenges for lubricant and fluid developments, particularly for e-module fluids.

  • Synthetic transmission oil for electric vehicles (EVs) – Lubricant challenges

    EV requirements are diverse and often unique to traditional lubrication challenges. New fluids and development approaches are required to address future needs.

  • Formulating electrical vehicle fluids and lubricants

    Tests show that synthetic oil can boost performance in electrical vehicle fluid formulations.

    Advanced plastics pave the way for sustainability and fuel efficiency

    Around the world the automotive industry is facing many challenges, not the least of which is a desire to produce more efficient vehicles while improving fuel efficiency, safety, vehicle performance and driver comfort.
    Auto manufacturers are also seeking ways to meet current government regulations, which call for cars and light trucks to get 54.5 miles per gallon (MPG) by 2025. In order to meet these current standards, auto makers have turned to plastic parts, which are just as durable as other materials, but are much lighter.

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!

  • 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.