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.
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.