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Specialty catalysts  

At the heart of many of our technology service offerings are ExxonMobil’s proprietary specialty catalysts, products that affect chemical reactions to make a process more efficient and economical while producing high-value products. Today, about 90 percent of all chemical processes use catalysts.

Capitalizing on over 50 years of industrial experience, ExxonMobil’s research center in Clinton, New Jersey, has state-of-the-art capabilities in catalyst design, development and scale-up. In addition, ExxonMobil has specialty catalyst manufacturing facilities at the Beaumont Chemicals Plant in Texas, which produce more than 50 grades of catalysts shipped to customers all around the world.


  • Targeted for long service life to avoid downtime for regeneration
  • Used in over 150 commercial facilities and deployed worldwide
  • Active research and development for continued innovation
  • Customized technology solutions to help meet the need for safe, reliable operations that improve efficiency, lower emissions and deliver added value

Technology licensing & services

ExxonMobil catalysts have been used in more than 100 commercial facilities throughout the world. Click below to learn more about our technology licensing services offering:

Chemicals sector, for the production of xylenes, ethylbenzene and cumene

Refining sector, for distillate and lubes dewaxing via cracking and selective isomerization

Gas sector

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Featured resources

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    ExxonMobil Catalysts and Licensing – A world of opportunity

    Read the full brochure to learn how ExxonMobil Catalysts and Licensing offers its customers a portfolio of high-performing catalysts backed by a legacy of innovation and a commitment to maintaining strong customer relationships.

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