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A Little Energy
Goes a Long Way
ExxonMobil Baton Rouge
, one good thing leads to another.
We're building tomorrow's possibilities
Through volunteer and financial support of community, education and economic programs, we know a little energy
goes a long way
We keep the local economy
1 in every 10 jobs
in East Baton Rouge Parish can be traced back to ExxonMobil.
more than $100 million
in total taxes annually and are the largest property taxpayer in Louisiana.
Business growth over the last decade has sent more than
$1 billion in taxes
to local and state government.
When projects come,
This year, we will begin construction of a new $500 million polypropylene unit in Baton Rouge that will create up to
600 jobs during construction
65 permanent jobs
Our Baton Rouge facilities support about
2,000 onsite, long-term contractors
We’ve hired over 1,000 people
in the last five years and have provided great careers in the Capital Area for more than a century.
When we hire an engineer,
she gets a mentor.
Women’s Interest Network
hosts local students at the Annual Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day each year.
ExxonMobil’s $13 million grant helped
increase Advanced Placement
taken in Louisiana by 27 percent and increased qualifying scores by 30 percent.
helped build East Baton Rouge Parish’s STEM Learning Network and provided classroom grants to North Baton Rouge teachers.
where we live.
Our employees and retirees have
volunteered more than 33,000 hours
—the equivalent of working approximately 1,375 days around the clock.
more than $3.2 million
over 555 local suppliers
in North Baton Rouge and over $81.9 million with minority, women, small, veteran, disabled, and LGBT businesses.
For over 20 years, ExxonMobil and our employees have been the largest contributor to Capital Area United Way—generously donating
nearly $25 million
Keep the energy going.
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