A Little Energy Goes a Long Way

At ExxonMobil Baton Rouge, one good thing leads to another.
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We're building tomorrow's possibilities today.

Through volunteer and financial support of community, education and economic programs, we know a little energy goes a long way.

Education Economy Community

We keep the local economy rolling.

  • 1 in every 10 jobs in East Baton Rouge Parish can be traced back to ExxonMobil.
  • We pay 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.
We keep the economy rolling.

When projects come,
jobs stay.

  • 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 and 65 permanent jobs upon completion
  • 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 projects come,jobs stay.

When we hire an engineer,
she gets a mentor.

  • Our 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® exams taken in Louisiana by 27 percent and increased qualifying scores by 30 percent.
  • Our $100,000 grant helped build East Baton Rouge Parish’s STEM Learning Network and provided classroom grants to North Baton Rouge teachers.
When we hire an engineer, she gets a mentor.

We give 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.
  • We’ve spent more than $3.2 million with 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.
We give where we live.

Energy lives here.

Keep the energy going.
One click goes a long way.