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Joe Blommaert

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   J. Blommaert Post Copy: [RE-SHARE] It was great to see carbon capture and storage (#CCS) on the energy innovation agenda at last week’s #CERAWeek. Vijay is spot on that CCS is a vital tool for lowering emissions and ripe for further innovation. Our new business – @ExxonMobil Low Carbon Solutions – is advancing plans for more than 20 new CCS opportunities to enable large-scale emission reductions.

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V. Swarup Post Copy: I was honored as always to join our friends at @CERAWeek via video chat for a great discussion on energy innovation with @MIT’s @Robert Armstrong, @Microsoft’s @Darryl Willis and @IHS Markit’s @Carlos Pascual, the former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico and Ukraine.


The title of our session was “Will Energy Innovation Deliver?” My answer is a big yes!


Indeed, ExxonMobil is accelerating technological innovation aimed at lowering emissions, a process that includes working in parallel with many strong research partners from different backgrounds, whether academic, business or government. Two major areas ripe for innovation are carbon capture and storage (CCS) and hydrogen production, and I outlined our efforts in both at CERAWeek. More to come.


#CERAWeek #energy #innovation @ExxonMobil


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“We need technology and energy innovation tied to our corporate strategies, and to what society demands: affordable, scalable, low-emission energy. And the root of that is going to be new technical solutions.”

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