Beating out gravity takes wings and powerful engines. It also takes lubrication to ensure the multiple moving parts in a plane work seamlessly. To learn about how space and aircraft have been part of the persona of ExxonMobil for generations, watch our video below.
Call of the wild11. 03. 2016
Growing up in a small suburb of Washington, D.C., Kaitlyn Payne figured she would eventually work and live in a big city. But these days, mass transit is not an option, as her worksite in remote northern Alaska is 60 miles from the nearest village. For most of the year, ...Continue reading
A couple of cadets, a couple of vets, a couple of engineers11. 10. 2016
When husband and wife duo Ruth and Jeff Vargo started working at ExxonMobil, they did not expect to meet other brothers and sisters in arms. The West Point alums arrived to find a number of their new colleagues were in fact former classmates and veterans. For Ruth and Jeff, who ...Continue reading
Helping hooves12. 06. 2016
The North Pole. Maybe that’s the first place that comes to mind when you think about reindeer. But it shouldn’t be the only place. The story of these reindeer takes place on an island off the east coast of Russia. That’s where local indigenous people herd reindeer, and where ExxonMobil ...Continue reading