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Dear Fellow Shareholders,


10 years ago, ExxonMobil was the #1 company in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). Since then, it has destroyed billions in value, jeopardized your dividend, and been ejected from the DJIA. As The Wall Street Journal has noted, “It has been a stunning fall from grace for ExxonMobil.”


This is why we have nominated four people with successful energy experience to ExxonMobil’s Board of Directors - including two nominees that have been named as among the “Best Performing CEOs in the World” by Harvard Business Review, one that led an oil and gas industry transformation that was named as one of the “Top 20 Business Transformations of the Last Decade” by Harvard Business Review, and one that is an expert in new energy technologies and previously served as U.S. Assistant Secretary of Energy. It is also why the 2nd largest pension fund in the US, which owns over $300 million in ExxonMobil stock, has announced it intends to support our nominees.


The industry is not going to get any easier with time, particularly as global efforts to address climate change accelerate. Yet ExxonMobil’s current Board has no credible plan to reverse course after years of value destruction or to protect the long-term value of your investment in a changing world. Instead, it is seeking to rebrand old efforts that have and will continue to chip away at ExxonMobil’s long-term value and hoping that the world around it will not continue to change.


Industry change is a challenge for any company, especially one like ExxonMobil that missed the U.S. shale boom (leading to the value-destroying acquisition of XTO), invested tens of billions into Canadian oil sands only to write them off, and spent hundreds of billions on capex over the last decade without increasing its market capitalization. Thus, we believe the Board sorely needs help to evolve with the industry and protect your investment.


The choice is yours – and don’t let anyone tell you differently.


Vote the WHITE proxy card today to Reenergize ExxonMobil. If you have already voted using the Blue proxy card, you can change your vote by clicking on the “Vote Now” button on the email with this message.






Engine No. 1


Citations: Christopher Matthews (Sept. 13, 2020). ExxonMobil Used to be America’s Most Valuable Company. What Happened? The Wall Street Journal. Sarah Macfarlane (Mar. 27, 2021). As the Shift to Green Energy Speeds Up, Shell’s Big Natural-Gas Bet Is at Risk. The Wall Street Journal.





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Engine No. 1 LLC, Engine No. 1 LP, Engine No. 1 NY LLC, Christopher James, Charles Penner (collectively, “Engine No. 1”), Gregory J. Goff, Kaisa Hietala, Alexander Karsner, and Anders Runevad (collectively and together with Engine No. 1, the “Participants”) have filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) a definitive proxy statement and accompanying form of WHITE proxy to be used in connection with the solicitation of proxies from the shareholders of Exxon Mobil Corporation (the “Company”). All shareholders of the Company are advised to read the definitive proxy statement and other documents related to the solicitation of proxies by the Participants, as they contain important information, including additional information related to the Participants. The definitive proxy statement and an accompanying WHITE proxy card will be furnished to some or all of the Company’s shareholders and is, along with other relevant documents, available at no charge on Engine No.1’s campaign website at and the SEC website at


Information about the Participants and a description of their direct or indirect interests by security holdings is contained in the definitive proxy statement filed by the Participants with the SEC on March 15, 2021. This document is available free of charge from the sources described above.


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