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Committed to East Harris County

The wellness of our communities is of utmost importance. We support initiatives promoting safety, education and environmental protection so that East Harris County can continue to be a thriving part of a growing Texas. See our total contributions made throughout Harris County in 2020.

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Education Initiatives

We believe that our industry will be shaped tomorrow by the bright students we support in our communities today. ExxonMobil Pipeline Company encourages learning through programs like STEM, scholarships, environmental conservation and more.


STEM Camp Scholarships

ExxonMobil Pipeline Company is proud to support Rice University’s STEM initiatives through scholarships for two students and three educators to come to the Say STEM Camp for students and the Project-Based-Learning Professional Development camp for educators.

Additionally, if others have the funds to sponsor additional participants (either students or educators) at $1,300 per person, ExxonMobil will provide a matching scholarship for an equal number of participants up to 10 campers. Students should be rising 8th-12th graders, and we especially encourage you to send 11th graders who are in the top 3 of their class to our Top 3 program. Educators can be anywhere from K-12 and can be STEM or non-STEM.

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Meet the Campers of Say STEM

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Say STEM Camp

“I learned how to use a different part of my brain [at STEM Camp], and think more analytically about different situations.”

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Educating Hundreds

In four years, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company has helped Rice University share STEM practices with:

  • 200+


  • 300+

    student participants

The Next Generation of STEM

"It opens a whole new way of teaching and learning."

The Tapia Center at Rice University’s STEM Camp is changing the lives of students and educators through exploration and discovery. More than 400 people annually from all over the world gain the opportunity to learn cutting-edge science and how to communicate about it thanks to investment from ExxonMobil Pipeline Company. Hear from camp participants about how this program is inspiring their futures:

The Next Generation of STEM

University of Texas

One of five energy centers backed by ExxonMobil, our partnership with the University of Texas is a catalyst for breakthrough energy research and development. Students work with industry experts, engineers and scientists to create an applied learning experience to provide solutions to real-world energy challenges.

Energy goes back to school: Inside the UT-ExxonMobil partnership



ExxonMobil is proud to sponsor educational programming in our communities worldwide. Our contributions since 2000 now total more than $1.3 billion. We also work closely with industry partners to provide educational opportunities. For example, through our Educational Matching Gift Program, we are able to match the donations of employees and alumni at a ratio of up to 2:1 to support higher education.

In 2020, we matched University of Houston’s alumni gifts to total a $1.1 million contribution.

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Grants & Giving

We are committed to giving back to our communities. Through our Good Neighbor Grant program, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company is able to support local tax-exempt community programs, education initiatives or environmental projects. This includes charitable contributions to police and fire departments, school programs and wildlife education.

2020 Recipients

2019 Recipients

  • Recipient

    Goose Creek Independent School District

  • Recipient

    Baytown Police

  • Recipient

    Baytown Fire Department

2018 Recipients

  • Recipient

    Crenshaw Elementary School

  • Recipient

    Channelview Fire Department

  • Recipient

    Baytown Local Emergency Planning Committee

Honoring First Responders

ExxonMobil contributed to 501c3 nonprofits in honor of the Dhaliwal Family and the families of other fallen first responders.

Honoring First Responders
The 100 Club

The 100 Club Survivor’s Fund provides financial support to the dependents of law enforcement officers and firefighters who are killed or injured in the line of duty in the 32 counties surrounding the Houston area.

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Harris County Sheriff’s Office Benevolence Association

Harris County Sheriff’s Office Benevolence Association (HCSOBA) aims to help first responders and their families in the case of injury, illness or death.

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Sanitizer Donations

Our Coronavirus Response

During the COVID-19 crisis, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company shifted its operations to combat the spread of the virus. Approximately 160,000 gallons of medical-grade sanitizer was distributed throughout Texas to medical providers, first responders and community organizations. Our team also partnered with local small businesses and organizations to distribute medical equipment, meals and masks, and donate approximately 30,000 gallons of fuel.

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Recovering After Harvey

Rebuilding after the battering effects of Hurricane Harvey took time, but thankfully ExxonMobil’s Texas communities pulled together to make recovery a little easier. During the storm, a small live-in crew at the Baytown Refinery made sure that all operations were under control and any repairs were immediately taken care of–but they didn’t stop there. Employees used excess pipes to build a temporary pumping system, restoring water in Beaumont in as little as three days. Altogether, employees helped distribute 30,000 bottles of water and about 400 pounds of toiletries to Beaumont. In addition, ExxonMobil workers, volunteers and independent business owners united to raise a $2 million relief fund for impacted communities. Read more about the Hurricane Harvey recovery.

  • 30,000

    bottles of water distributed

  • 400 lbs

    toiletries distributed

  • $2 Million


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Global Impact

We donate approximately $1.2 million to United Way, whose mission is improving lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good.

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Safety and Trainings

Pipelines are the safest way to transport oil and natural gas, but we still want our communities prepared for anything. ExxonMobil Pipeline Company sponsors local and regional emergency responders to participate in training programs, such as the Texas A&M Engineering Extensions Service (TEEX), to ensure they have the education and resources to handle any situation. We also are committed to continuously improving safety of pipelines and are consistently developing technologies to help prevent potential emergencies.

Partnering with TEEX

ExxonMobil Pipeline Company is proud to partner with the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service on a course to train firefighters who may respond to ExxonMobil assets.

Partnering with TEEX

ExxonMobil Pipeline Company pays for the course fees, including tuition, some lodging and meals, for class participants. Following successful sessions last year, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company is continuing its support by offering more classes with the goal of training a total of 300 first responders by the end of 2020. Responders will receive valuable knowledge they will need to help protect their communities and families in the event of an industrial type emergency.

The 2020 class sessions are offered June 27-28, September 26-27, and December 5-6, and are held at the TEEX Emergency Services Training Institute on Brayton Fire Training Field in College Station, Texas.

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About TEEX Training

TEEX training sessions include live hands-on drills and scenarios, as well as basic education covering:

  • Types of pipeline markers and key information located on a pipeline marker
  • Pipeline right-of-way and basic design & construction features of a pipeline system
  • Common types of refined petroleum products transported in pipelines, basic physical and chemical properties associated with liquid gases, physical and chemical properties for specific petroleum products
  • Basic principles of liquid transmission pipeline operations and indicators of a damaged liquid pipeline
  • Types of aboveground petroleum storage tanks and safety features found at cargo tank truck loading racks
Partnering with TEEX

“TEEX training provides a unique opportunity for municipal emergency response personnel to apply specific strategies and tactics for the assessment, management and control of industrial emergency incidents through simulated and live liquid fueled fire activities.”

2020 Training

Though the pandemic has interfered with countless programs, pipeline safety training and preparation doesn't stop. TEEX continues pipeline safety training in 2020 modified to CDC guidelines.

TEEX 2020 Training Session

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2019 Training

See more from the TEEX state-of-the-art training session in August 2019

TEEX Training Session

Expanding Online Resources

ExxonMobil Pipeline Company recently worked with the National Association of State Fire Marshalls to make their existing Pipeline Emergencies online training program available to emergency response personnel within the company’s operating areas.

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