Solving the dual challenge: It takes patience and passion
ExxonMobil’s role in helping society meet the dual challenge is to supply the affordable and reliable energy the world needs while reducing environmental impacts. Doing that takes long-term research and a dedication to turning promising innovations into scalable solutions.
What it takes to solve the dual challenge in the energy industry
Watch our video to hear what Dr. Vijay Swarup, ExxonMobil’s vice president of research and development, has to say about what the company’s engineers and scientists are doing to meet one of the world’s biggest challenges.
Renewing breakthrough research with Princeton University energy center
07. 02. 2020
ExxonMobil and Princeton University's Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment are extending their research partnership to support new programs to advance breakthrough energy technologies like power generation and CO2 capture research.
To meet the world’s ever-growing energy demand and reduce the risk of climate change, ExxonMobil is forging research partnerships across industries and academia. Two areas of focus include the development of low-emission biofuels and of cost-effective carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.
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