Lowering industrial emissions
Providing new manufacturing solutions to industrial customers intent on reducing emissions
Industrial manufacturing customers face a considerable challenge: keep pace with the demands of running current operations and anticipate (and stay ahead of) future opportunities while lowering emissions in some of the hardest-to-decarbonize sectors.
From cement production to chemicals to manufacturing, as you identify then follow your pathway to a lower-carbon footprint, ExxonMobil can help you meet your emission reduction ambitions across your facilities. Our team at Low Carbon Solutions incorporates a cross section of scientific disciplines, industry sectors and research specialties to help you navigate the energy transition with advantaged, integrated solutions.
Supporting our customers
Our Low Carbon Solutions team is ready help develop low-emission solutions tailored to the manufacturing sector. Watch the video now to hear how that team is helping to bring those solutions to life.
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Reducing emissions: How we do it
Low Carbon Solutions is focused on delivering scalable solutions on time and on budget for our manufacturing customers. The team is committed to meeting our customers' energy transition goals. Here's how we do it and what makes us different:
Working with Zeeco to provide end-to-end solutions to our customers
Get in touch
Contact the ExxonMobil Low Carbon Solutions team to explore the best options for your needs.
Hear from our experts
“We want to lead the way when it comes to ensuring our customers have the right tools to achieve their emissions reduction goals.”
Global Business Manager, Hydrogen
ExxonMobil Low Carbon Solutions
Learn more about our solutions:
Carbon capture and storage
Technologies like carbon capture and storage are critical to help accelerate the world’s path to net zero.
Alternative fuel solutions for power generation and industrial clients, as well as low-carbon transportation fuel.
Extracting lithium more sustainably for a growing market.
Advanced low-emission fuels
Using new feedstocks to produce fuels with fewer emissions