Performance data table
We assess our performance at many levels of the organization, from individual operational sites to the business lines, to support continual improvement in all areas of sustainability.
Performance data table
Starting in 2011, performance data include XTO Energy information. As part of our commitment to transparently communicate our performance, in 2014 we started reporting our data over a 10-year period to demonstrate performance trends over time. Data included in the performance table is guided by the reporting guidelines and indicators of IPIECA’s Oil and Gas Industry Guidance on Voluntary Sustainability Reporting (2015). For additional information on our sustainability reporting, please see the IPIECA/GRI/SDG index.
Safety, health and the workplace*
|Fatalities — employees||0||0||0||0||0||1||0||0||4||0|
|Fatalities — contractors||2||3||2||3||6||4||9||3||4||5|
|1Fatal accident rate — total workforce (per 1,000,000 work hours)||0.005||0.008||0.004||0.006||0.011||0.010||0.017||0.006||0.017||0.011|
|1Fatal incident rate — total workforce (per 1,000,000 work hours)||0.005||0.008||0.004||0.006||0.009||0.010||0.017||0.006||0.012||0.011|
|2Lost—time incident rate — employees (per 200,000 work hours)||0.034||0.027||0.044||0.032||0.051||0.043||0.064||0.048||0.043||0.054|
|2Lost—time incident rate — contractors (per 200,000 work hours)||0.026||0.030||0.029||0.030||0.041||0.050||0.086||0.031||0.040||0.049|
|2Lost—time incident rate — total workforce (per 200,000 work hours)||0.029||0.029||0.035||0.031||0.044||0.047||0.077||0.038||0.041||0.051|
|2Total recordable incident rate — employees (per 200,000 work hours)||0.14||0.16||0.21||0.19||0.22||0.25||0.30||0.25||0.32||0.37|
|2Total recordable incident rate — contractors (per 200,000 work hours)||0.22||0.23||0.26||0.29||0.32||0.37||0.41||0.34||0.39||0.49|
|2Total recordable incident rate — total workforce (per 200,000 work hours)||0.19||0.20||0.24||0.26||0.29||0.33||0.37||0.30||0.36||0.43|
|Process Safety Tier 1 Events (API RP 754 guidance)||63||64||74||65||62||63||70||62||69||N/A|
|3,4Number of regular employees at year end, thousands||70||71||73||75||75||77||82||84||81||80|
|4Percent of workforce — outside the United States||60||59||59||58||59||59||61||60||63||63|
|4Percent women — global workforce||28||28||28||28||28||28||26||26||26||25|
|Percent management and professional new hires — women (campus and experienced)||41||44||41||40||39||39||44||40||38||39|
|Percent management and professional new hires — outside the United States (campus and experienced)||67||74||61||61||66||68||79||70||63||69|
|Number of non—unique employee participants in corporate and technical training, thousands||98||83||85||79||87||76||65||61||52||48|
|Total corporate and technical training expenditures, millions of dollars||94||108||124||117||96||88||80||77||71||69|
Managing climate change risks*
|5Greenhouse gas emissions, absolute (net equity, CO2—equivalent emissions), millions of metric tons||122||123||122||123||127||126||128||126||123||126|
|6Direct (excluding emissions from exported power and heat)||114||115||114||115||119||118||119||117||114||117|
|7Emissions associated with imported power||8||8||8||8||8||8||9||9||9||9|
|CO2 (excluding emissions from exported power and heat)||115||116||115||116||119||120||124||122||119||122|
|Other gases (CO2—equivalent)||<1||<1||1||1||1||1||1||1||1||1|
|Emissions from exported power and heat||3||3||4||7||16||15||15||13||14||13|
|By-region greenhouse gas emissions (net equity, CO2—equivalent emissions), millions of metric tons|
|By-division greenhouse gas emissions (net equity, CO2—equivalent emissions), millions of metric tons|
|5Greenhouse gas emissions, normalized (net equity, CO2—equivalent emissions), metric tons per 100 metric tons of throughput or production|
|Energy use (billion gigajoules)||1.5||1.5||1.5||1.4||1.4||1.5||1.5||1.5||1.5||1.5|
|Upstream (gigajoules per metric tons production)||2.5||2.4||2.4||2.3||2.1||2.0||2.0||2.0||1.9||1.7|
|Refining (gigajoules per metric tons throughput)||2.9||3.0||2.9||2.9||3.0||3.0||3.0||3.0||3.0||3.0|
|Chemical (gigajoules per metric tons product)||10.5||10.6||10.9||10.7||10.9||12.0||11.4||9.5||9.8||10.1|
|Hydrocarbon flaring (worldwide activities), millions of metric tons||3.8||5.0||5.3||4.5||3.7||3.5||4.0||3.6||4.4||5.7|
|8Cogeneration in which we have interest, gigawatts||5.4||5.3||5.5||5.5||5.3||5.2||5.0||4.9||4.9||4.6|
|8Number of acres of managed wildlife habitat||7,200||7,200||7,100||7,200||7,000||7,000||6,900||6,400||380||370|
|Freshwater withdrawn, millions of cubic meters||450||440||450||420||420||520||540||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Freshwater consumption, millions of cubic meters||300||290||300||270||280||330||370||330||340||350|
|Freshwater intensity, metric tons of water consumed per metric tons of throughput or production|
|Marine vessel spills (owned and long—term leased), number of hydrocarbon spills > 1 barrel||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Spills (not from marine vessels), number of oil, chemical and drilling fluid spills > 1 barrel||205||220||319||334||331||356||484||210||242||211|
|Hydrocarbons spilled (oil spilled), thousands of barrels||6.9||4.7||10.8||9.1||9.3||8.5||17.8||7.7||17.4||20.3|
|Other spills, thousands of barrels||1.8||3.7||0.4||4.1||0.9||1.6||2.0||40.4||0.5||0.4|
|Controlled hydrocarbon discharges to water, thousands of metric tons||1.7||1.1||1.1||1.3||1.1||1.2||1.3||1.3||1.4||1.8|
|Sulfur dioxide (SO2) emitted, millions of metric tons
|Nitrogen oxides (NOx) emitted, millions of metric tons||0.13||0.13||0.14||0.14||0.14||0.14||0.15||0.12||0.13||0.15|
|Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted, millions of metric tons||0.14||0.15||0.16||0.16||0.15||0.15||0.18||0.18||0.18||0.20|
|Environmental expenditures, billions of dollars||4.7||4.9||5.7||6.2||6.0||5.5||4.9||4.5||5.1||5.2|
|Total dollars spent on environmental penalties, fines and settlements, billions of dollars||0.001||0.006||0.015||0.018||0.002||0.004||0.003||0.011||0.002||0.011|
|Total hazardous waste disposed from remediation, millions of metric tons||1.5||1.4||1.4||1.0||1.1||1.7||1.3||0.6||1.2||0.2|
|9Total hazardous waste disposed from operations, millions of metric tons||0.2||0.1||0.2||0.3||0.3||2.0||1.9||1.3||0.8||0.4|
Community engagement and human rights
|10Community investments, millions of dollars||204.0||241.5||272.3||279.5||269.5||255.6||278.4||237.1||235.0||225.2|
|Rest of world||76.7||110.4||126.8||129.3||113.2||99.1||117.1||82.3||92.0||80.6|
Local development and supply chain management
|11ExxonMobil spending with U.S. diverse suppliers, millions of dollars||1,902||1,442||1,064||1,108||1,024||1,001||1,068||841||887||615|
|12Number of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) participating countries||18||15||11||10||9||7||7||7||8||8|
|Percent of shares represented at Corporation's Annual Meeting||85.7||85.1||83.9||82.9||82.3||83.0||81.9||80.7||82.9||84.8|
|Corporate political contributions — U.S. state campaigns and national 527s, millions of dollars||0.51||0.52||0.58||1.17||0.70||1.03||0.51||1.10||0.49||0.45|
2 Incidents include injuries and illnesses. Safety data are based on information at the time of publication. Workforce includes employees and contractors.
3 Reduction from 2011 primarily due to divestment and restructuring activity in the Downstream business.
4 Regular employees are defined as active executive, management, professional, technical and wage employees who work full—time or part—time for ExxonMobil and are covered by ExxonMobil’s benefit plans and programs. Employees at our company—operated retail stores are not included.
5 The net equity greenhouse gas emissions metric was introduced in 2011 as a replacement for the direct equity greenhouse gas metric. Information has been restated back to 2005 according to the new metric. The net equity greenhouse gas metric includes direct and imported greenhouse gas emissions and excludes emissions from exports (including Hong Kong Power through mid—2014). ExxonMobil reports greenhouse gas emissions on a net equity basis for all our business operations, reflecting our percent ownership in an asset.
6 The addition of direct emissions and emissions associated with exported power and heat is equivalent to World Resources Institute (WRI) Scope 1.
7 These emissions are equivalent to WRI Scope 2.
8 Cumulative figure.
9 The value for hazardous waste from ongoing operations includes produced water classified as hazardous waste by one local authority, which is approximately 70—95 percent of the reported figure in 2008-2012.
10 Total contributions include ExxonMobil corporate and foundation donations, and employee and retiree giving through ExxonMobil’s matching gift, disaster relief and employee giving programs.
11 Beginning in 2015, our spending encompassed an expanded set of diverse classifications that includes: minority—owned businesses, women—owned businesses, small business—owned, lesbian—, gay—, bisexual— and transgender—owned businesses, veteran—owned businesses, service—disabled veteran—owned businesses and businesses owned by peoples with disabilities. Prior to 2014, spending included minority— and women—owned businesses.
12 In countries where ExxonMobil has an Upstream business presence.
* Some uncertainty exists in performance data, depending on measurement methods. Data in the report and performance data table represent best available information at the time of publication. Performance data are reported for our affiliates and those operations under direct ExxonMobil management and operational control. Includes XTO Energy performance beginning in 2011. N/A is used to indicate that data are not available.
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