Our activities produce direct and indirect benefits to communities wherever we do business – an essential way is through the development of a globally competitive local workforce and local supply chain.
ExxonMobil’s nearly 75,000 employees contribute to the success of our business; we are committed to contributing to their career goals and professional development.
Watch a video to learn more about the Angolan workforce and development opportunities.
Training a local workforce is one of our priorities. In Indonesia, Mobil Cepu Ltd. and ExxonMobil Oil Indonesia Inc., ExxonMobil subsidiaries, offer an Industry Vocational Training Program for local men and women to hone their skills.
Developing and using local vendors for the supply of goods and services is a central component of ExxonMobil’s business strategy.
From the onset of development at Kearl, the management team committed to providing local businesses, individuals and communities with full and fair opportunity to participate. The result has been an open and transparent process for procurement and employment that has enabled many in the region to benefit.
For more than 15 years, ExxonMobil has supported the Bioko Island Biodiversity Protection Program (BBPP) in Equatorial Guinea, in association with Drexel University in the United States and the National University of Equatorial Guinea (UNGE).