ExxonMobil has remained a leader in energy technology throughout its 135-year history. With a commitment to fundamental science and innovation unmatched in our industry, we invest about $1 billion a year in research and development.
For 50 years, ExxonMobil’s European Technology Center (ETC) at our EMEA headquarters in Machelen, Belgium has provided innovative solutions to complex global challenges, including developing chemical processes to reduce energy consumption at manufacturing facilities, reducing vehicle weight through advanced plastics, extending the shelf life of...
ExxonMobil works with academic institutions around the world, including 18 leading European universities and institutes, to research and develop new solutions to the world’s energy challenges.
The objective of ESEP is to promote scientific interactions between the company and European universities and research institutions.
The European Sci-Tech challenge aims to encourage students aged 15-18 to consider Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) oriented careers and skills, and to advise how these can be applied in enterprising ways in today’s world.