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UNITED STATES
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
Washington, D.C. 20549 
 
FORM 8-K
 
CURRENT REPORT
Pursuant to Section 13 OR 15(d) of The Securities Exchange Act of 1934
 
Date of Report (Date of earliest event reported): January 31, 2023
 
Exxon Mobil Corporation
(Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)
 
New Jersey1-225613-5409005
(State or other jurisdiction
of incorporation)
(Commission
File Number)
(IRS Employer
Identification No.)

 5959 Las Colinas Boulevard, Irving, Texas 75039-2298
(Address of principal executive offices) (Zip Code)
 
Registrant’s telephone number, including area code: (972) 940-6000
 
 
(Former name or former address, if changed since last report)
 
Check the appropriate box below if the Form 8-K filing is intended to simultaneously satisfy the filing obligation of the registrant under any of the following provisions:
 
Written communications pursuant to Rule 425 under the Securities Act (17 CFR 230.425)

Soliciting material pursuant to Rule 14a-12 under the Exchange Act (17 CFR 240.14a-12)
 
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Securities registered pursuant to Section 12(b) of the Act:
  Name of Each Exchange
Title of Each ClassTrading Symbolon Which Registered
Common Stock, without par valueXOMNew York Stock Exchange
0.142% Notes due 2024XOM24BNew York Stock Exchange
0.524% Notes due 2028XOM28New York Stock Exchange
0.835% Notes due 2032XOM32New York Stock Exchange
1.408% Notes due 2039XOM39ANew York Stock Exchange
 
Indicate by check mark whether the registrant is an emerging growth company as defined in Rule 405 of the Securities Act of 1933 (§230.405 of this chapter) or Rule 12b-2 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (§240.12b-2 of this chapter).

Emerging growth company

If an emerging growth company, indicate by check mark if the registrant has elected not to use the extended transition period for complying with any new or revised financial accounting standards provided pursuant to Section 13(a) of the Exchange Act.



Item 2.02Results of Operations and Financial Condition
Item 7.01Regulation FD Disclosure
 The following information is furnished pursuant to both Item 2.02 and Item 7.01.
 
 
The Registrant hereby furnishes the information set forth in its News Release, dated January 31, 2023, announcing full-year 2022 results, a copy of which is included as Exhibit 99.1, and furnishes the information in the related 4Q22 Investor Relations Data Summary, a copy of which is included as Exhibit 99.2. Material available by hyperlink from the News Release is not deemed to be furnished herewith or included in this filing.



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INDEX TO EXHIBITS
 
 
 
Exhibit No.Description
  
Exxon Mobil Corporation News Release, dated January 31, 2023, announcing full-year 2022 results.
  
4Q22 Investor Relations Data Summary.
  
104Cover Page Interactive Data File (formatted as Inline XBRL).
  
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SIGNATURE
 
 
 
 
Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned hereunto duly authorized.
 
 
 
 EXXON MOBIL CORPORATION
   
   
Date: January 31, 2023
By:/s/ LEN M. FOX
  Len M. Fox
  Vice President and Controller
  (Principal Accounting Officer)
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4Q 2022 Earnings Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 31, 2023

ExxonMobil Announces Full-Year 2022 Results
Delivered industry-leading 2022 earnings, cash flow from operations, total shareholder return, and return on capital employed 1
Generated earnings of $55.7 billion and $76.8 billion of cash flow from operating activities in 2022 by leveraging an advantaged portfolio and delivering strong operational performance
Increased year-over-year Guyana and Permian production by over 30%
Achieved best-ever annual refining throughput in North America and the highest globally since 2012 2
Operated Permian assets achieved zero routine flaring as of year-end 2022 3
Started up one of the largest advanced recycling facilities in North America, capable of processing more than 80 million pounds of plastic waste per year
Results Summary
4Q223Q22
Change
vs
3Q22
4Q21
Change
vs
4Q21
Dollars in millions (except per share data)
2022
2021
Change
vs
2021
12,750 19,660 -6,910 8,870 +3,880 Earnings (U.S. GAAP)55,740 23,040 +32,700 
14,035 18,682 -4,647 8,795 +5,240 Earnings Excluding Identified Items (non-GAAP)59,101 23,013 +36,088 
3.09 4.68 -1.59 2.08 +1.01 
Earnings Per Common Share 4
13.26 5.39 +7.87 
3.40 4.45 -1.05 2.05 +1.35 
Earnings Excl. Identified Items Per Common Share 4
14.06 5.38 +8.68 
7,463 5,728 +1,735 5,808 +1,655 Capital and Exploration Expenditures22,704 16,595 +6,109 
IRVING, Texas – January 31, 2023 – Exxon Mobil Corporation today announced fourth-quarter 2022 earnings of $12.8 billion, or $3.09 per share assuming dilution, resulting in full-year earnings of $55.7 billion, or $13.26 per share assuming dilution. Fourth-quarter results included unfavorable identified items of $1.3 billion associated with additional European taxes on the energy sector and asset impairments, partly offset by one-time adjustments related to the Sakhalin-1 expropriation. Capital and exploration expenditures were $7.5 billion in the fourth quarter, bringing full-year 2022 investments to $22.7 billion, consistent with our guidance.
“The hard work and commitment of our people enabled us to deliver industry-leading operating and financial results and shareholder returns in 2022,” said Darren Woods, chairman and chief executive officer.
“While our results clearly benefited from a favorable market, the counter-cyclical investments we made before and during the pandemic provided the energy and products people needed as economies began recovering and supplies became tight. We leaned in when others leaned out. Our plan for 2023 calls for further progress on our strategic objectives, which include leading the industry in safety, operating, and financial performance. We will continue to invest in our advantaged projects to deliver profitable growth, help meet society’s growing needs, and reduce emissions in our operations, while providing innovative solutions that help others reduce theirs.”

1 One-year (2022) results with industry peer group estimated using nine month 2022 annualized figures or announced programs (shareholder distributions); industry peer group includes BP, Chevron, Shell, and TotalEnergies.
2 Best-ever annual refining throughput in North America and the highest globally since 2012, both based on current refinery circuit.
3 References to routine flaring herein are consistent with the World Bank’s Zero Routine Flaring Initiative/Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership’s (GGFRP) principle of routine flaring, and excludes safety and non-routine flaring.
4 Assuming dilution.
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Full-year Factor Analysis
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Full-year Financial Highlights
Full-year 2022 earnings were $55.7 billion compared with $23.0 billion in 2021, an increase of $32.7 billion. Identified items unfavorably impacted earnings by $3.4 billion mainly from Sakhalin-1 impairments in the first quarter. Earnings excluding these identified items were $59.1 billion, an increase of $36.1 billion from prior year.
Other factors impacting results were price and margin improvements driven by recovering demand and tight supply, the favorable mark-to-market impact of unsettled derivatives, and volume increases on strong refining throughput and growth of advantaged assets. Structural cost savings and disciplined expense management helped to offset inflation and higher operating costs from growth projects and capacity additions. In addition, results also benefited from lower Corporate and Financing costs as well as net favorable one-time items.
Structural cost savings now total $7 billion compared to 2019. The company achieved an additional $2 billion of savings during the year and is on track to deliver $9 billion of total annual savings in 2023 vs. 2019.
Leading peers¹ with 87% total shareholder return for the year as well as 25% return on capital employed, the highest one-year return since 2012.
Cash increased by $22.9 billion in 2022 with free cash flow of $62.1 billion. Shareholder distributions were $29.8 billion, including $14.9 billion in dividends and $14.9 billion of share repurchases. The company also increased and extended its share-repurchase program with up to $35 billion of cumulative share repurchases in 2023-2024.
The Corporation declared a first-quarter dividend of $0.91 per share, payable on March 10, 2023, to shareholders of record of Common Stock at the close of business on February 14, 2023.
Net-debt-to-capital ratio improved to about 5%, reflecting 2022 debt retirements of $7.2 billion and a period-end cash balance of $29.7 billion, further strengthening the balance sheet and providing greater financial flexibility.
Non-core asset sales and divestments generated $5.2 billion of cash proceeds during the year.
1 One-year (2022) results with industry peer group estimated using nine month 2022 annualized figures or announced programs (shareholder distributions); industry peer group includes BP, Chevron, Shell, and TotalEnergies.
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Progress Toward Net Zero
Permian operated assets achieved a major milestone in the fourth quarter by achieving zero routine flaring.1 This is a key part of ongoing efforts to achieve net-zero Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions from our Permian operated unconventional assets by 2030. The company remains on track to meet its goal of achieving zero routine flaring across all its global Upstream operated assets by 2030 in support of the World Bank’s Zero Routine Flaring Initiative.
The company reduced methane emissions intensity at all operated assets by more than 40% compared to 2016 levels.2


Biofuels and Hydrogen
ExxonMobil announced the next step in the development of the world’s largest low-carbon hydrogen production facility with a contract award for front-end engineering and design. The integrated ExxonMobil Baytown facility is expected to produce 1 billion cubic feet of low-carbon hydrogen per day, that would make it the largest low-carbon hydrogen project in the world with an expected startup in 2027-2028. More than 98% of the associated CO2 produced by the facility, or around 7 million metric tons per year, is expected to be captured and permanently stored. The carbon capture and storage network being developed for the project will be made available for use by third-party CO2 emitters in the area in support of their decarbonization efforts.3
ExxonMobil's majority-owned affiliate, Imperial Oil Ltd., will invest about $560 million to move forward with construction of the largest renewable diesel facility in Canada. The project at Imperial’s Strathcona Refinery is expected to produce 20,000 barrels of renewable diesel per day primarily from locally sourced feedstocks. This is expected to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the Canadian transportation sector by about 3 million metric tons per year.4


Carbon Capture and Storage
ExxonMobil and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) announced a joint effort to deploy MHI’s leading carbon capture technology as part of ExxonMobil’s end-to-end carbon capture and storage solution for industrial customers.
The company advanced its evaluation of carbon capture and storage projects in the United Kingdom and Indonesia. In the United Kingdom, ExxonMobil, along with Solent Local Enterprise Partnership and the University of Southampton, announced the first major decarbonization initiative that would substantially reduce carbon emissions from industry, transportation, and households across Southern England. In Indonesia, ExxonMobil and the state-owned energy company, Pertamina, agreed to progress a previously announced regional carbon capture and storage hub offshore Java for domestic and international CO2.







1 References to routine flaring herein are consistent with the World Bank’s Zero Routine Flaring Initiative/Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership’s (GGFRP) principle of routine flaring, and excludes safety and non-routine flaring.
2 2021 vs. 2016 levels (at ExxonMobil operated assets); we are working to continuously improve our performance and methods to detect, measure, and address greenhouse gas emissions.
3 The Baytown hydrogen facility has not reached final investment decision. Individual opportunities may advance based on a number of factors, including supportive policy, technology, and market conditions.
4 Calculated using Canada’s Clean Fuel Regulation and in comparison to conventional fuels.
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EARNINGS AND VOLUME SUMMARY BY SEGMENT
Upstream
4Q223Q224Q21Dollars in millions (unless otherwise noted)
2022
2021
Earnings/(Loss) (U.S. GAAP)
2,493 3,110 1,768 United States11,728 3,663 
5,708 9,309 4,317 Non-U.S.24,751 12,112 
8,201 12,419 6,085 Worldwide36,479 15,775 
Earnings/(Loss) Excluding Identified Items (non-GAAP)
2,493 3,110 2,031 United States11,429 3,926 
6,269 8,731 4,597 Non-U.S.27,989 12,392 
8,762 11,841 6,628 Worldwide39,418 16,318 
3,822 3,716 3,816 Production (koebd)3,737 3,712 
Upstream fourth-quarter 2022 earnings were $8.2 billion compared to $12.4 billion in the third quarter, a decrease of $4.2 billion. Earnings decreased mainly from lower prices with both crude and gas realizations down, 15% and 13% respectively, on higher global inventories. Positive unsettled derivatives mark-to-market effects of $1.6 billion were driven by the decline in gas prices and more than offset year-end inventory impacts and seasonally higher expenses. Identified items unfavorably impacted earnings by $1.1 billion, mainly from additional European taxes on the energy sector partly offset by net favorable divestments and adjustments related to the Sakhalin-1 expropriation. Earnings excluding these identified items decreased $3.1 billion from $11.8 billion to $8.8 billion.
Production in the fourth quarter was 3.8 million oil-equivalent barrels per day. Growth more than offset divestment impacts, as production increased by more than 100,000 oil-equivalent barrels per day compared to the prior quarter.
The Permian delivered record production in the quarter of more than 560,000 oil-equivalent barrels per day and the company also loaded the first LNG cargo from the Coral South LNG development in Mozambique.
Compared to the same quarter last year, earnings increased $2.1 billion. The improvement was driven by a 46% increase in natural gas realizations and an increase of nearly 10% in crude realizations. Results benefited from $1.4 billion positive unsettled derivatives mark-to-market effects, which more than offset the impact of year-end inventory impacts and higher expenses. Excluding divestments and the Sakhalin-1 expropriation, oil-equivalent production grew by 217,000 barrels per day, driven by the company's advantaged growth projects in the Permian and Guyana. Earnings excluding identified items were $8.8 billion for the quarter, an increase of $2.1 billion compared to the same quarter last year.
Full-year earnings were $36.5 billion, an increase of $20.7 billion versus 2021 despite a $2.4 billion unfavorable impact from identified items, most notably additional European taxes on the energy sector and the Sakhalin-1 impairment. Earnings excluding identified items were $39.4 billion, an increase of $23.1 billion.
Other factors impacting full-year results were improved liquids and natural gas realizations, reflecting tight supply and recovering demand, and favorable unsettled derivatives mark-to-market effects of $2.8 billion resulting from lower gas prices and the absence of unfavorable 2021 impacts. In addition, structural cost savings and disciplined expense management largely offset higher expenses associated with advantaged growth projects and inflation. Excluding impacts from divestments and the Sakhalin-1 expropriation, oil-equivalent production grew by about 170,000 barrels per day from continued investment in advantaged growth projects in the Permian and Guyana. Production in the Permian grew about 90,000 oil-equivalent barrels per day and Guyana production grew about 70,000 oil-equivalent barrels per day with Liza Phase 2 starting up ahead of schedule and both Liza Phase 1 and 2 producing above the investment basis.

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Energy Products
4Q223Q224Q21Dollars in millions (unless otherwise noted)
2022
2021
Earnings/(Loss) (U.S. GAAP)
2,188 3,008 699 United States8,340 668 
1,882 2,811 203 Non-U.S.6,626 (1,014)
4,070 5,819 901 Worldwide14,966 (347)
Earnings/(Loss) Excluding Identified Items (non-GAAP)
2,246 3,008 699 United States8,398 668 
2,508 2,811 203 Non-U.S.7,252 (1,014)
4,754 5,819 901 Worldwide15,650 (347)
5,423 5,537 5,373 Energy Products Sales (kbd)5,347 5,130 
Energy Products fourth-quarter 2022 earnings totaled $4.1 billion compared to $5.8 billion in the third quarter, a decrease of $1.7 billion. Continued strong industry refining margins partially offset an unfavorable derivatives mark-to-market impact of $1.0 billion, mainly due to the absence of prior quarter gains. In addition, increased maintenance spend and lower throughput, driven by French industrial actions, were offset by favorable year-end inventory impacts. Identified items associated with additional European taxes on the energy sector as well as asset impairments reduced earnings by $0.7 billion. Earnings excluding these identified items were $4.8 billion for the quarter, a decrease of $1.1 billion from the third quarter.
Earnings increased $3.2 billion compared to the fourth quarter of 2021 due to stronger industry refining margins, increased marketing and trading contributions, and favorable foreign exchange impacts, partly offset by increased maintenance expenses and unfavorable derivatives mark-to-market impacts. In addition, earnings were unfavorably impacted by identified items of $0.7 billion, mainly additional European taxes on the energy sector and asset impairments. Earnings excluding identified items were $4.8 billion for the quarter, an increase of $3.9 billion from the same quarter last year.
Full-year 2022 earnings were $15.0 billion compared to a loss of $0.3 billion last year. Identified items reduced earnings by $0.7 billion mainly from additional European taxes on the energy sector and asset impairments. Earnings excluding identified items were $15.7 billion, an increase of $16 billion from last year.
Results for the year increased from improved industry refining margins, which benefited from higher demand and low inventories. Results were also helped by stronger trading and marketing margins, improved product yields, higher throughput, as well as favorable foreign exchange and year-end inventory impacts. In addition, continued disciplined cost management helped to offset higher expenses from inflation and project activity.
Refining throughput for the year was 4 million barrels per day, up 171,000 barrels from 2021 on a current refinery circuit basis, reflecting best-ever annual refining throughput in North America and the highest globally since 2012.
The company mechanically completed its Beaumont Refinery expansion, the largest in the United States since 2012 and expects to bring 250,000 barrels per day of crude distillation capacity to the market in first quarter 2023.
The company announced an agreement with Par Pacific Holdings for the sale of the Billings Refinery and select midstream assets in Montana and Washington, as well as an agreement with Italiana Petroli for the sale of the Italy fuels business during the quarter. Additionally, in January an agreement was reached with Bangchak Corporation for the sale of ExxonMobil's interest in Esso Thailand, including the Sriracha Refinery, select distribution terminals, and a network of Esso-branded retail stations.
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Chemical Products
4Q223Q224Q21Dollars in millions (unless otherwise noted)20222021
Earnings/(Loss) (U.S. GAAP)
298 635 774 United States2,328 3,697 
(48)177 597 Non-U.S.1,215 3,292 
250 812 1,371 Worldwide3,543 6,989 
Earnings/(Loss) Excluding Identified Items (non-GAAP)
298 635 774 United States2,328 3,697 
(48)177 597 Non-U.S.1,215 3,292 
250 812 1,371 Worldwide3,543 6,989 
4,658 4,680 4,833 Chemical Products Sales (kt)19,167 19,142 
Chemical Products fourth-quarter 2022 earnings were $0.3 billion compared to $0.8 billion in the third quarter on weaker margins as a result of continued supply additions and softening demand in North America and Europe partially offset by lower North America feed costs.
Earnings were $1.1 billion lower compared to fourth-quarter 2021 on weaker industry margins and lower sales, reflecting softening market conditions.
Full-year earnings of $3.5 billion were above the 10-year average, though below the record $7.0 billion earned in 2021. Earnings remained strong despite bottom-of-cycle conditions in Asia Pacific, increased supply, and the closure of the regional pricing disconnect between Asia and the Atlantic Basin during the year. In addition, earnings were unfavorably impacted by product mix effects, higher expenses from production capacity additions, and foreign exchange effects from a stronger U.S. dollar.
The company started up its advanced recycling facility in Baytown, Texas, one of the largest advanced recycling facilities in North America, capable of processing more than 80 million pounds of plastic waste per year.
The company also successfully started up a new polypropylene production unit in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, doubling the plant's polypropylene production to meet growing demand for high-performance, lightweight, and durable plastics.








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Specialty Products
4Q223Q224Q21Dollars in millions (unless otherwise noted)20222021
Earnings/(Loss) (U.S. GAAP)
406 306 763 United States1,190 1,452 
354 456 353 Non-U.S.1,225 1,807 
760 762 1,116 Worldwide2,415 3,259 
Earnings/(Loss) Excluding Identified Items (non-GAAP)
406 306 265 United States1,190 954 
394 456 217 Non-U.S.1,265 1,672 
800 762 482 Worldwide2,455 2,625 
1,787 1,917 1,835 Specialty Products Sales (kt)7,810 7,666 
Specialty Products fourth-quarter 2022 earnings were $0.8 billion, in line with the third quarter. The robust quarterly performance was driven by improved margins with continued pricing actions and lower energy prices, partly offset by lower volumes on supply length and higher seasonal expenses.
Fourth-quarter 2022 earnings were $0.8 billion compared to $1.1 billion in the same quarter last year, a decrease of $0.4 billion driven by the absence of prior year identified items associated with asset sales. Earnings excluding identified items were $0.8 billion, $0.3 billion higher than the same quarter last year.
Quarterly results increased from improved basestock industry margins and positive year-end inventory effects, partly offset by lower sales volumes.
Full-year earnings were $2.4 billion compared with $3.3 billion in 2021, a decrease of $0.8 billion. Identified items reduced earnings by $0.7 billion, mainly associated with the absence of an asset sale gain. Earnings excluding identified items were $2.5 billion, a decrease of $0.2 billion compared to last year.
Full-year results were also impacted by decreased margins with higher feed costs and energy prices largely offset by continued focus on revenue management, increased expenses from higher maintenance and inflation, and unfavorable foreign exchange impacts partly offset by positive year-end inventory effects.
Corporate and Financing
4Q223Q224Q21Dollars in millions (unless otherwise noted)20222021
(531)(152)(603)Earnings/(Loss) (U.S. GAAP)(1,663)(2,636)
(531)(552)(587)Earnings/(Loss) Excluding Identified Items (non-GAAP)(1,965)(2,572)
Corporate and Financing reported net charges of $0.5 billion in the fourth quarter of 2022 compared to charges of $0.2 billion in the third quarter, an increase of $0.4 billion driven by the absence of prior quarter identified items related to tax and other reserve adjustments.
Net charges of $0.5 billion in the fourth quarter of 2022 were down $0.1 billion from the same quarter of 2021.
Full-year net charges of $1.7 billion declined $1.0 billion from last year, mainly due to decreased pension-related expenses, favorable one-time tax impacts, lower financing costs, and favorable identified item impacts of $0.4 billion associated with tax and other reserve adjustments.
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CASH FLOW FROM OPERATIONS AND ASSET SALES EXCLUDING WORKING CAPITAL
4Q223Q224Q21Dollars in millions
2022
2021
13,055 20,198 9,079 Net income/(loss) including noncontrolling interests57,577 23,598 
5,064 5,642 5,661 Depreciation and depletion (includes impairments)24,040 20,607 
(200)1,667 1,930 Changes in operational working capital(194)4,162 
(298)(3,082)454 Other(4,626)(238)
17,621 24,425 17,124 Cash Flow from Operating Activities (U.S. GAAP)76,797 48,129 
1,333 2,682 2,601 Proceeds associated with asset sales5,247 3,176 
18,954 27,107 19,725 Cash Flow from Operations and Asset Sales (non-GAAP)82,044 51,305 
200 (1,667)(1,930)Changes in operational working capital194 (4,162)
19,154 25,440 17,795 Cash Flow from Operations and Asset Sales excluding Working Capital (non-GAAP)82,238 47,143 

FREE CASH FLOW
4Q22
3Q22
4Q21
Dollars in millions
2022
2021
17,621 24,425 17,124 Cash Flow from Operating Activities (U.S. GAAP)76,797 48,129 
(5,783)(4,876)(4,089)Additions to property, plant and equipment(18,407)(12,076)
(2,175)(272)(1,762)Additional investments and advances(3,090)(2,817)
1,270 88 1,140 Other investing activities including collection of advances1,508 1,482 
1,333 2,682 2,601 Proceeds from asset sales and returns of investments5,247 3,176 
12,266 22,047 15,014 Free Cash Flow (non-GAAP)62,055 37,894 

RETURN ON AVERAGE CAPITAL EMPLOYED
Dollars in millions (unless otherwise noted)20222021
Net income/(loss) attributable to ExxonMobil (U.S. GAAP)55,740 23,040 
Financing costs (after-tax)
Gross third-party debt(1,213)(1,196)
ExxonMobil share of equity companies(198)(170)
All other financing costs – net276 11 
Total financing costs(1,135)(1,355)
Earnings/(loss) excluding financing costs (non-GAAP)56,875 24,395 
Total assets (U.S. GAAP)369,067 338,923 
Less liabilities and noncontrolling interests share of assets and liabilities
Total current liabilities excluding notes and loans payable(68,411)(52,367)
Total long-term liabilities excluding long-term debt(56,990)(63,169)
Noncontrolling interests share of assets and liabilities(9,205)(8,746)
Add ExxonMobil share of debt-financed equity company net assets3,705 4,001 
Total capital employed (non-GAAP)
238,166 218,642 
Average capital employed (non-GAAP)228,404 222,890 
Return on average capital employed – corporate total (non-GAAP)
24.9%10.9%

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CALCULATION OF STRUCTURAL COST SAVINGS
OPERATING COSTS AND CASH OPERATING EXPENSES
Dollars in billions 20192022
Components of operating costs
From ExxonMobil’s Consolidated statement of income
(U.S. GAAP)
Production and manufacturing expenses36.8 42.6 
Selling, general and administrative expenses11.4 10.1 
Depreciation and depletion (includes impairments)19.0 24.0 
Exploration expenses, including dry holes1.3 1.0 
Non-service pension and postretirement benefit expense1.2 0.5 
Subtotal69.7 78.2 
ExxonMobil’s share of equity company expenses9.1 13.0 
Total operating costs (non-GAAP)78.8 91.2 
Less:
Depreciation and depletion (includes impairments)19.0 24.0 
Non-service pension and postretirement benefit expense1.2 0.5 
Other adjustments (includes equity company depreciation
and depletion)
3.6 3.5 
Total cash operating expenses (cash opex) (non-GAAP)55.0 63.2 
Energy and production taxes 11.0 23.8 
MarketActivity /
Other
Structural
Savings
Total cash operating expenses (cash opex) excluding energy and production taxes (non-GAAP)44.0 +3-1-739.4 

This press release also references structural cost savings. Structural cost savings describe decreases in cash opex excluding energy and production taxes as a result of operational efficiencies, workforce reductions, and other cost-saving measures that are expected to be sustainable compared to 2019 levels. Relative to 2019, estimated cumulative structural cost savings totaled $7 billion. The total change between periods in expenses above will reflect both structural cost savings and other changes in spend, including market factors, such as inflation and foreign exchange impacts, as well as changes in activity levels and costs associated with new operations. Estimates of cumulative annual structural savings may be revised depending on whether cost reductions realized in prior periods are determined to be sustainable compared to 2019 levels. Structural cost savings are stewarded internally to support management's oversight of spending over time. This measure is useful for investors to understand the Corporation's efforts to optimize spending through disciplined expense management.
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ExxonMobil will discuss financial and operating results and other matters during a webcast at 7:30 a.m. Central Time on January 31, 2023. To listen to the event or access an archived replay, please visit www.exxonmobil.com.

Cautionary Statement
Outlooks; projections; descriptions of strategic, operating, and financial plans and objectives; statements of future ambitions and plans; and other statements of future events or conditions in this release, are forward-looking statements. Similarly, discussion of future carbon capture, biofuel and hydrogen plans to drive towards net zero emissions are dependent on future market factors, such as continued technological progress and policy support, and represent forward-looking statements. Actual future results, including financial and operating performance; total capital expenditures and mix, including allocations of capital to low carbon solutions; cost reductions and efficiency gains, including the ability to offset inflationary pressure; plans to reduce future emissions and emissions intensity; ambitions to reach Scope 1 and Scope 2 net zero from operated assets by 2050, reaching Scope 1 and 2 net zero in Upstream Permian Basin unconventional operated assets by 2030, eliminating routine flaring in-line with World Bank Zero Routine Flaring, reaching near-zero methane emissions from its operations, meeting ExxonMobil’s emission reduction goals and plans, divestment and start-up plans, and associated project plans as well as technology efforts, timing and outcome of projects to capture and store CO2, and produced biofuels; timing and outcome of hydrogen projects; cash flow, dividends and shareholder returns, including the timing and amounts of share repurchases; future debt levels and credit ratings; business and project plans, timing, costs, capacities and returns; and resource recoveries and production rates could differ materially due to a number of factors. These include global or regional changes in the supply and demand for oil, natural gas, petrochemicals, and feedstocks and other market conditions that impact prices and differentials for our products; government policies supporting lower carbon investment opportunities such as the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act or policies limiting the attractiveness of future investment such as the European tax on the energy sector; variable impacts of trading activities on our margins and results each quarter; actions of competitors and commercial counterparties; the outcome of commercial negotiations, including final agreed terms and conditions; the ability to access debt markets; the ultimate impacts of COVID-19, including the effects of government responses on people and economies; reservoir performance, including variability and timing factors applicable to unconventional resources; the outcome of exploration projects and decisions to invest in future reserves; timely completion of development and other construction projects; final management approval of future projects and any changes in the scope, terms, or costs of such projects as approved; changes in law, taxes, or regulation including environmental regulations, trade sanctions, and timely granting of governmental permits and certifications; government policies and support and market demand for low carbon technologies; war, and other political or security disturbances; expropriations, seizure, or capacity, insurance or shipping limitations by foreign governments or laws; opportunities for potential investments or divestments and satisfaction of applicable conditions to closing, including regulatory approvals; the capture of efficiencies within and between business lines and the ability to maintain near-term cost reductions as ongoing efficiencies; unforeseen technical or operating difficulties and unplanned maintenance; the development and competitiveness of alternative energy and emission reduction technologies; the results of research programs and the ability to bring new technologies to commercial scale on a cost-competitive basis; and other factors discussed under Item 1A. Risk Factors of ExxonMobil’s 2021 Form 10-K.
Forward-looking and other statements regarding our environmental, social and other sustainability efforts and aspirations are not an indication that these statements are necessarily material to investors or requiring disclosure in our filing with the SEC. In addition, historical, current, and forward-looking environmental, social and sustainability-related statements may be based on standards for measuring progress that are still developing, internal controls and processes that continue to evolve, and assumptions that are subject to change in the future, including future rule-making.
Frequently Used Terms and Non-GAAP Measures
This press release includes cash flow from operations and asset sales (non-GAAP). Because of the regular nature of our asset management and divestment program, the company believes it is useful for investors to consider proceeds associated with the sales of subsidiaries, property, plant and equipment, and sales and returns of investments together with cash provided by operating activities when evaluating cash available for investment in the business and financing activities. A reconciliation to net cash provided by operating activities for 2021 and 2022 periods is shown on page 8.
This press release also includes cash flow from operations and asset sales excluding working capital (non-GAAP). The company believes it is useful for investors to consider these numbers in comparing the underlying performance of the company's business across periods when there are significant period-to-period differences in the amount of changes in working capital. A reconciliation to net cash provided by operating activities for 2021 and 2022 periods is shown on page 8.
This press release also includes earnings/(loss) excluding identified items (non-GAAP), which are earnings/(loss) excluding individually significant non-operational events with an absolute corporate total earnings impact of at least $250 million in a given quarter. The earnings/(loss) impact of an identified item for an individual segment may be less than $250 million when the item impacts several periods or several segments. Earnings/(loss) excluding identified items does include non-operational earnings events or impacts that are below the $250 million threshold utilized for identified items. When the effect of these events is significant in aggregate, it is indicated in analysis of period results as part of quarterly earnings press release and teleconference materials. Management uses these figures to improve comparability of the underlying business across multiple
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periods by isolating and removing significant non-operational events from business results. The Corporation believes this view provides investors increased transparency into business results and trends and provides investors with a view of the business as seen through the eyes of management. Earnings excluding identified items is not meant to be viewed in isolation or as a substitute for net income/(loss) attributable to ExxonMobil as prepared in accordance with U.S. GAAP. A reconciliation to earnings is shown for 2022 and 2021 periods in Attachments II-a and II-b. Corresponding per share amounts are shown on page 1 and in Attachment II-a, including a reconciliation to earnings/(loss) per common share – assuming dilution (U.S. GAAP).
This press release also includes total taxes including sales-based taxes. This is a broader indicator of the total tax burden on the Corporation’s products and earnings, including certain sales and value-added taxes imposed on and concurrent with revenue-producing transactions with customers and collected on behalf of governmental authorities (“sales-based taxes”). It combines “Income taxes” and “Total other taxes and duties” with sales-based taxes, which are reported net in the income statement. The company believes it is useful for the Corporation and its investors to understand the total tax burden imposed on the Corporation’s products and earnings. A reconciliation to total taxes is shown in Attachment I-a.
This press release also references free cash flow (non-GAAP). Free cash flow is the sum of net cash provided by operating activities and net cash flow used in investing activities. This measure is useful when evaluating cash available for financing activities, including shareholder distributions, after investment in the business. Free cash flow is not meant to be viewed in isolation or as a substitute for net cash provided by operating activities. A reconciliation to net cash provided by operating activities for 2021 and 2022 periods is shown on page 8.
References to resources or resource base may include quantities of oil and natural gas classified as proved reserves, as well as quantities that are not yet classified as proved reserves, but that are expected to be ultimately recoverable. The term “resource base” or similar terms are not intended to correspond to SEC definitions such as “probable” or “possible” reserves. A reconciliation of production excluding divestments, entitlements, and government mandates to actual production is contained in the Supplement to this release included as Exhibit 99.2 to the Form 8-K filed the same day as this news release.
The term “project” as used in this release can refer to a variety of different activities and does not necessarily have the same meaning as in any government payment transparency reports. Projects or plans may not reflect investment decisions made by the company. Individual opportunities may advance based on a number of factors, including availability of supportive policy, technology for cost-effective abatement, and alignment with our partners and other stakeholders. The company may refer to these opportunities as projects in external disclosures at various stages throughout their progression.
This press release also references return on capital employed (ROCE) (non-GAAP). The Corporation’s total ROCE is net income attributable to ExxonMobil, excluding the after-tax cost of financing, divided by total corporate average capital employed. The Corporation has consistently applied its ROCE definition for many years and views it as one of the best measures of historical capital productivity in our capital-intensive, long-term industry, both to evaluate management’s performance and to demonstrate to shareholders that capital has been used wisely over the long term. Additional measures, which are more cash-flow based, are used to make investment decisions. A reconciliation to net income/(loss) attributable to ExxonMobil and to Total assets for 2021 and 2022 periods are shown on page 8.

Reference to Earnings
References to corporate earnings mean net income attributable to ExxonMobil (U.S. GAAP) from the consolidated income statement. Unless otherwise indicated, references to earnings, Upstream, Energy Products, Chemical Products, Specialty Products and Corporate and Financing segment earnings, and earnings per share are ExxonMobil’s share after excluding amounts attributable to noncontrolling interests.
Exxon Mobil Corporation has numerous affiliates, many with names that include ExxonMobil, Exxon, Mobil, Esso, and XTO. For convenience and simplicity, those terms and terms such as Corporation, company, our, we, and its are sometimes used as abbreviated references to specific affiliates or affiliate groups. Similarly, ExxonMobil has business relationships with thousands of customers, suppliers, governments, and others. For convenience and simplicity, words such as venture, joint venture, partnership, co-venturer, and partner are used to indicate business and other relationships involving common activities and interests, and those words may not indicate precise legal relationships. ExxonMobil's ambitions, plans and goals do not guarantee any action or future performance by its affiliates or Exxon Mobil Corporation's responsibility for those affiliates' actions and future performance, each affiliate of which manages its own affairs.
Throughout this press release, both Exhibit 99.1 as well as Exhibit 99.2, due to rounding, numbers presented may not add up precisely to the totals indicated.
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ATTACHMENT I-a
CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF INCOME
(Preliminary)
Three Months Ended December 31,
Twelve Months Ended December 31,
Dollars in millions
2022202120222021
Revenues and other income
Sales and other operating revenue93,164 81,305 398,675 276,692 
Income from equity affiliates605 2,078 11,463 6,657 
Other income1,660 1,582 3,542 2,291 
Total revenues and other income95,429 84,965 413,680 285,640 
Costs and other deductions
Crude oil and product purchases50,761 45,489 228,959 155,164 
Production and manufacturing expenses10,365 10,783 42,609 36,035 
Selling, general and administrative expenses2,832 2,514 10,095 9,574 
Depreciation and depletion (includes impairments)5,064 5,661 24,040 20,607 
Exploration expenses, including dry holes348 524 1,025 1,054 
Non-service pension and postretirement benefit expense100 100 482 786 
Interest expense207 221 798 947 
Other taxes and duties6,910 7,944 27,919 30,239 
Total costs and other deductions76,587 73,236 335,927 254,406 
Income/(Loss) before income taxes18,842 11,729 77,753 31,234 
Income tax expense/(benefit)5,787 2,650 20,176 7,636 
Net income/(loss) including noncontrolling interests13,055 9,079 57,577 23,598 
Net income/(loss) attributable to noncontrolling interests305 209 1,837 558 
Net income/(loss) attributable to ExxonMobil12,750 8,870 55,740 23,040 
OTHER FINANCIAL DATA
Three Months Ended December 31,
Twelve Months Ended December 31,
2022202120222021
Earnings per common share (U.S. dollars)
3.09 2.08 13.26 5.39 
Earnings per common share - assuming dilution (U.S. dollars)
3.09 2.08 13.26 5.39 
Dividends on common stock
Total3,767 3,763 14,939 14,924 
Per common share (U.S. dollars)
0.91 0.88 3.55 3.49 
Millions of common shares outstanding
Average - assuming dilution4,138 4,275 4,205 4,275 
Income taxes5,787 2,650 20,176 7,636 
Total other taxes and duties7,754 8,659 31,455 32,955 
Total taxes13,541 11,309 51,631 40,591 
Sales-based taxes6,113 5,987 25,434 21,872 
Total taxes including sales-based taxes19,654 17,296 77,065 62,463 
ExxonMobil share of income taxes of equity companies1,512 918 7,594 2,756 

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.ATTACHMENT I-b
CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
(Preliminary)
Dollars in millions (unless otherwise noted)December 31, 2022December 31, 2021
ASSETS
Current assets
Cash and cash equivalents29,640 6,802 
Cash and cash equivalents – restricted25 — 
Notes and accounts receivable – net41,749 32,383 
Inventories
Crude oil, products and merchandise20,434 14,519 
Materials and supplies4,001 4,261 
Other current assets1,782 1,189 
Total current assets97,631 59,154 
Investments, advances and long-term receivables49,793 45,195 
Property, plant and equipment, at cost, less accumulated depreciation and depletion
204,692 216,552 
Other assets, including intangibles – net16,951 18,022 
Total Assets369,067 338,923 
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities
Notes and loans payable634 4,276 
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities63,197 50,766 
Income taxes payable5,214 1,601 
Total current liabilities69,045 56,643 
Long-term debt40,559 43,428 
Postretirement benefits reserves10,045 18,430 
Deferred income tax liabilities22,874 20,165 
Long-term obligations to equity companies2,338 2,857 
Other long-term obligations21,733 21,717 
Total Liabilities166,594 163,240 
EQUITY
Common stock without par value
(9,000 million shares authorized, 8,019 million shares issued)
15,752 15,746 
Earnings reinvested432,860 392,059 
Accumulated other comprehensive income(13,270)(13,764)
Common stock held in treasury
(3,937 million shares at December 31, 2022, and 3,780 million shares at December 31, 2021)
(240,293)(225,464)
ExxonMobil share of equity195,049 168,577 
Noncontrolling interests7,424 7,106 
Total Equity202,473 175,683 
Total Liabilities and Equity369,067 338,923 
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.ATTACHMENT I-c
CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS
(Preliminary)
Twelve Months Ended December 31,
Dollars in millions (unless otherwise noted)20222021
CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Net income/(loss) including noncontrolling interests57,577 23,598 
Depreciation and depletion (includes impairments)24,040 20,607 
Changes in operational working capital, excluding cash and debt(194)4,162 
All other items – net(4,626)(238)
Net cash provided by operating activities76,797 48,129 
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Additions to property, plant and equipment(18,407)(12,076)
Proceeds from asset sales and returns of investments5,247 3,176 
Additional investments and advances(3,090)(2,817)
Other investing activities including collection of advances1,508 1,482 
Net cash used in investing activities(14,742)(10,235)
CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Additions to long-term debt637 46 
Reductions in long-term debt(5)(8)
Additions to short-term debt ¹198 12,687 
Reductions in short-term debt ¹(8,075)(29,396)
Additions/(Reductions) in commercial paper, and debt with three months or less maturity25 (2,983)
Contingent consideration payments(58)(30)
Cash dividends to ExxonMobil shareholders(14,939)(14,924)
Cash dividends to noncontrolling interests(267)(224)
Changes in noncontrolling interests(1,475)(436)
Common stock acquired(15,155)(155)
Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities(39,114)(35,423)
Effects of exchange rate changes on cash(78)(33)
Increase/(Decrease) in cash and cash equivalents22,863 2,438 
Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of period6,802 4,364 
Cash and cash equivalents at end of period29,665 6,802 
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.ATTACHMENT II-a
KEY FIGURES: IDENTIFIED ITEMS

4Q223Q224Q21Dollars in Millions20222021
12,750 19,660 8,870 Earnings/(Loss) (U.S. GAAP)55,740 23,040 
Identified Items
(530)(697)(752)Impairments(4,202)(752)
— 587 1,081 Gain/(Loss) on sale of assets886 1,081 
(1,825)324 — Tax-related items(1,501)— 
— — (4)Severance— (52)
1,070 764 (250)Other 1,456 (250)
(1,285)978 75 Total Identified Items(3,361)27 
14,035 18,682 8,795 Earnings/(Loss) Excluding Identified Items (non-GAAP)59,101 23,013 
4Q223Q224Q21Dollars Per Common Share20222021
3.09 4.68 2.08 Earnings/(Loss) Per Common Share ¹ (U.S. GAAP)13.26 5.39 
Identified Items Per Common Share ¹
(0.13)(0.16)(0.17)Impairments(1.00)(0.17)
— 0.14 0.26 Gain/(Loss) on sale of assets0.21 0.26 
(0.44)0.08 — Tax-related items(0.36)— 
— — — Severance— (0.02)
0.26 0.18 (0.06)Other 0.35 (0.06)
(0.31)0.23 0.03 Total Identified Items Per Common Share ¹(0.80)0.01 
3.40 4.45 2.05 Earnings/(Loss) Excl. Identified Items Per Common Share ¹ (non-GAAP)14.06 5.38 
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.ATTACHMENT II-b
KEY FIGURES: IDENTIFIED ITEMS BY SEGMENT
Fourth Quarter 2022UpstreamEnergy ProductsChemical ProductsSpecialty ProductsCorporate & FinancingTotal
Dollars in millionsU.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.
Earnings/(Loss) (U.S. GAAP)2,493 5,708 2,188 1,882 298 (48)406 354 (531)12,750 
Identified Items
Impairments— (216)(58)(216)— — — (40)— (530)
Tax-related items— (1,415)— (410)— — — — — (1,825)
Other— 1,070 — — — — — — — 1,070 
Total Identified Items— (561)(58)(626)— — — (40)— (1,285)
Earnings/(Loss) Excl. Identified Items (non-GAAP)2,493 6,269 2,246 2,508 298 (48)406 394 (531)14,035 
Third Quarter 2022
UpstreamEnergy ProductsChemical ProductsSpecialty ProductsCorporate & FinancingTotal
Dollars in millionsU.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.
Earnings/(Loss) (U.S. GAAP)3,110 9,309 3,008 2,811 635 177 306 456 (152)19,660 
Identified Items
Impairments— (697)— — — — — — — (697)
Gain/(Loss) on sale of assets— 587 — — — — — — — 587 
Tax-related items— — — — — — — — 324 324 
Other— 688 — — — — — — 76 764 
Total Identified Items— 578 — — — — — — 400 978 
Earnings/(Loss) Excl. Identified Items (non-GAAP)3,110 8,731 3,008 2,811 635 177 306 456 (552)18,682 
Fourth Quarter 2021UpstreamEnergy ProductsChemical ProductsSpecialty ProductsCorporate & FinancingTotal
Dollars in millionsU.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.
Earnings/(Loss) (U.S. GAAP)1,768 4,317 699 203 774 597 763 353 (603)8,870 
Identified Items
Impairments(263)(489)— — — — — — — (752)
Gain/(Loss) on sale of assets— 459 — — — — 498 136 (12)1,081 
Severance— — — — — — — — (4)(4)
Other— (250)— — — — — — — (250)
Total Identified Items(263)(280)— — — — 498 136 (16)75 
Earnings/(Loss) Excl. Identified Items (non-GAAP)2,031 4,597 699 203 774 597 265 217 (587)8,795 
2022UpstreamEnergy ProductsChemical ProductsSpecialty ProductsCorporate & FinancingTotal
Dollars in millionsU.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.
Earnings/(Loss) (U.S. GAAP)11,728 24,751 8,340 6,626 2,328 1,215 1,190 1,225 (1,663)55,740 
Identified Items
Impairments— (3,790)(58)(216)— — — (40)(98)(4,202)
Gain/(Loss) on sale of assets299 587 — — — — — — — 886 
Tax-related items— (1,415)— (410)— — — — 324 (1,501)
Other— 1,380 — — — — — — 76 1,456 
Total Identified Items299 (3,238)(58)(626)— — — (40)302 (3,361)
Earnings/(Loss) Excl. Identified Items (non-GAAP)11,429 27,989 8,398 7,252 2,328 1,215 1,190 1,265 (1,965)59,101 
2021UpstreamEnergy ProductsChemical ProductsSpecialty ProductsCorporate & FinancingTotal
Dollars in millionsU.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.U.S.Non-U.S.
Earnings/(Loss) (U.S. GAAP)3,663 12,112 668 (1,014)3,697 3,292 1,452 1,807 (2,636)23,040 
Identified Items
Impairments(263)(489)— — — — — — — (752)
Gain/(Loss) on sale of assets— 459 — — — — 498 136 (12)1,081 
Severance— — — — — — — — (52)(52)
Other— (250)— — — — — — — (250)
Total Identified Items(263)(280)— — — — 498 136 (64)27 
Earnings/(Loss) Excl. Identified Items (non-GAAP)3,926 12,392 668 (1,014)3,697 3,292 954 1,672 (2,572)23,013 

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.ATTACHMENT III
KEY FIGURES: UPSTREAM VOLUMES

4Q223Q224Q21Net production of crude oil, natural gas liquids, bitumen and synthetic oil, thousand barrels per day (kbd)20222021
789 783 770 United States776 721 
682 641 571 Canada/Other Americas588 560 
17 Europe22 
223 249 235 Africa238 248 
725 666 752 Asia705 695 
38 46 40 Australia/Oceania43 43 
2,461 2,389 2,385 Worldwide2,354 2,289 
4Q223Q224Q21Natural gas production available for sale, million cubic feet per day (mcfd)20222021
2,383 2,351 2,713 United States2,551 2,746 
74 158 189 Canada/Other Americas148 195 
536 541 844 Europe667 808 
89 70 48 Africa71 43 
3,704 3,304 3,468 Asia3,418 3,465 
1,381 1,539 1,322 Australia/Oceania1,440 1,280 
8,167 7,963 8,584 Worldwide8,295 8,537 
3,822 3,716 3,816 
Oil-equivalent production (koebd)¹
3,737 3,712 
1 Natural gas is converted to an oil-equivalent basis at six million cubic feet per one thousand barrels.

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.ATTACHMENT IV
KEY FIGURES: MANUFACTURING THROUGHPUT AND SALES

4Q223Q224Q21Refinery throughput, thousand barrels per day (kbd)20222021
1,694 1,742 1,740 United States1,702 1,623 
433 426 416 Canada418 379 
1,157 1,253 1,246 Europe1,192 1,210 
532 557 546 Asia Pacific539 571 
167 187 170 Other179 162 
3,983 4,165 4,118 Worldwide4,030 3,945 
4Q223Q224Q21Energy Products sales, thousand barrels per day (kbd)20222021
2,507 2,479 2,396 United States2,426 2,267 
2,916 3,058 2,976 Non-U.S.2,921 2,863 
5,423 5,537 5,373 Worldwide5,347 5,130 
2,270 2,335 2,325 Gasolines, naphthas2,232 2,158 
1,798 1,818 1,804 Heating oils, kerosene, diesel1,774 1,749 
349 365 267 Aviation fuels338 220 
210 252 265 Heavy fuels235 269 
796 767 712 Other energy products768 734 
5,423 5,537 5,373 Worldwide5,347 5,130 
4Q223Q224Q21Chemical Products sales, thousand metric tons (kt)20222021
1,583 1,658 1,807 United States7,270 7,017 
3,076 3,023 3,026 Non-U.S.11,897 12,126 
4,658 4,680 4,833 Worldwide19,167 19,142 
4Q223Q224Q21Specialty Products sales, thousand metric tons (kt)20222021
455 483 467 United States2,049 1,943 
1,332 1,434 1,368 Non-U.S.5,762 5,723 
1,787 1,917 1,835 Worldwide7,810 7,666 

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.ATTACHMENT V
KEY FIGURES: CAPITAL AND EXPLORATION EXPENDITURES

4Q223Q224Q21Dollars in millions20222021
Upstream
2,118 1,837 1,307 United States6,968 4,018 
3,297 2,244 2,934 Non-U.S.10,034 8,236 
5,415 4,081 4,241 Total17,002 12,254 
Energy Products
343 316 331 United States1,351 982 
405 274 344 Non-U.S.1,059 1,005 
748 590 675 Total2,410 1,987 
Chemical Products
332 310 300 United States1,123 1,200 
824 644 380 Non-U.S.1,842 825 
1,156 954 680 Total2,965 2,025 
Specialty Products
12 15 167 United States46 185 
90 72 44 Non-U.S.222 141 
102 87 211 Total268 326 
Other
42 16 Other59 
7,463 5,728 5,808 Worldwide22,704 16,595 
CASH CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
4Q223Q224Q21Dollars in millions20222021
5,783 4,876 4,089 Additions to property, plant and equipment18,407 12,076 
905 184 622 Net investments and advances1,582 1,335 
6,688 5,060 4,711 Total Cash Capital Expenditures19,989 13,411 


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.ATTACHMENT VI
KEY FIGURES: QUARTER EARNINGS/(LOSS)

Results Summary
4Q223Q22
Change
vs
3Q22
4Q21
Change
vs
4Q21
Dollars in millions (except per share data)
2022
2021
Change
vs
2021
12,750 19,660 -6,910 8,870 +3,880 Earnings/(Loss) (U.S. GAAP)55,740 23,040 +32,700 
14,035 18,682 -4,647 8,795 +5,240 Earnings/(Loss) Excluding Identified Items (non-GAAP)59,101 23,013 +36,088 
3.09 4.68 -1.59 2.08 +1.01 Earnings Per Common Share ¹13.26 5.39 +7.87 
3.40 4.45 -1.05 2.05 +1.35 Earnings/(Loss) Excl. Identified Items Per Common Share ¹14.06 5.38 +8.68 
7,463 5,728 +1,735 5,808 +1,655 Capital and Exploration Expenditures22,704 16,595 +6,109 
¹ Assuming dilution

3Q22 to 4Q22 Factor Analysis

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.ATTACHMENT VII
KEY FIGURES: EARNINGS/(LOSS) BY QUARTER
Dollars in millions
2022
2021
2020
2019
2018
First Quarter5,480 2,730 (610)2,350 4,650 
Second Quarter17,850 4,690 (1,080)3,130 3,950 
Third Quarter19,660 6,750 (680)3,170 6,240 
Fourth Quarter12,750 8,870 (20,070)5,690 6,000 
Full Year55,740 23,040 (22,440)14,340 20,840 
Dollars per common share ¹
2022
2021
2020
2019
2018
First Quarter1.28 0.64 (0.14)0.55 1.09 
Second Quarter4.21 1.10 (0.26)0.73 0.92 
Third Quarter4.68 1.57 (0.15)0.75 1.46 
Fourth Quarter3.09 2.08 (4.70)1.33 1.41 
Full Year13.26 5.39 (5.25)3.36 4.88 
1 Computed using the average number of shares outstanding during each period; assuming dilution


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.EXHIBIT 99.2
To assist investors in assessing 4Q22 results, the following disclosures have been made available in this 8-K filing:
Identified items of $(0.31) per share assuming dilution, as noted on page 1 of the news release
A reconciliation of cash flow from operations and asset sales excluding working capital on page 1 of this exhibit and on page 8 of the news release
4Q22 INVESTOR RELATIONS DATA SUMMARY (PAGE 1 of 4)
Earnings/(Loss), $M (unless noted)4Q223Q222Q221Q224Q21
UpstreamUnited States2,493 3,110 3,749 2,376 1,768 
 Non-U.S.5,708 9,309 7,622 2,112 4,317 
 Total8,201 12,419 11,371 4,488 6,085 
Energy ProductsUnited States2,188 3,008 2,655 489 699 
 Non-U.S.1,882 2,811 2,617 (684)203 
 Total4,070 5,819 5,273 (196)901 
Chemical ProductsUnited States298 635 625 770 774 
Non-U.S.(48)177 450 636 597 
Total250 812 1,076 1,405 1,371 
Specialty ProductsUnited States406 306 232 246 763 
 Non-U.S.354 456 185 230 353 
 Total760 762 417 476 1,116 
Corporate and Financing(531)(152)(286)(694)(603)
Net income attributable to ExxonMobil (U.S. GAAP)12,750 19,660 17,850 5,480 8,870 
Earnings/(Loss) per common share (U.S. GAAP)  3.09 4.68 4.21 1.28 2.08 
Earnings/(Loss) per common share - assuming dilution (U.S. GAAP)3.09 4.68 4.21 1.28 2.08 
Effective Income Tax Rate, %36 %29 %31 %40 %28 %
Capital and Exploration Expenditures, $M4Q223Q222Q221Q224Q21
UpstreamUnited States2,118 1,837 1,644 1,369 1,307 
Non-U.S.3,297 2,244 1,983 2,510 2,934 
Total5,415 4,081 3,627 3,879 4,241 
Energy ProductsUnited States343 316 300 392 331 
Non-U.S.405 274 206 174 344 
Total748 590 506 566 675 
Chemical ProductsUnited States332 310 250 231 300 
Non-U.S.824 644 169 205 380 
Total1,156 954 419 436 680 
Specialty ProductsUnited States12 15 14 167 
Non-U.S.90 72 42 18 44 
Total102 87 56 23 211 
Other42 16 — 
Total Capital and Exploration Expenditures7,463 5,728 4,609 4,904 5,808 
Exploration expenses, including dry holes348 218 286 173 524 
Cash Capital Expenditures, $M4Q223Q222Q221Q224Q21
Additions to property, plant and equipment5,783 4,876 3,837 3,911 4,089 
Net investments and advances905 184 166 327 622 
Total Cash Capital Expenditures6,688 5,060 4,003 4,238 4,711 
Total Cash and Cash Equivalents, $G29.7 30.5 18.9 11.1 6.8 
Total Debt, $G41.2 45.4 46.9 47.5 47.7 
Cash Flow from Operations and Asset Sales excluding working capital, $M 4Q223Q222Q221Q224Q21
Net cash provided by operating activities (GAAP)17,621 24,425 19,963 14,788 17,124 
Proceeds associated with asset sales1,333 2,682 939 293 2,601 
Cash flow from operations and asset sales (non-GAAP)18,954 27,107 20,902 15,081 19,725 
Changes in operational working capital200 (1,667)2,747 (1,086)(1,930)
Cash flow from operations and asset sales
     excluding working capital (non-GAAP)
19,154 25,440 23,649 13,995 17,795 
Common Shares Outstanding, millions4Q223Q222Q221Q224Q21
At quarter end4,082 4,118 4,168 4,213 4,239 
Average - assuming dilution4,138 4,185 4,233 4,266 4,275 



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4Q22 INVESTOR RELATIONS DATA SUMMARY (PAGE 2 of 4)
Upstream Volumes4Q223Q222Q221Q224Q21
Liquids production (kbd) ¹
 United States789783777753770
 Canada/Other Americas682641556474571
 Europe444417
 Africa223249224257235
 Asia725666691738752
 Australia/Oceania3846464040
Worldwide liquids production2,4612,3892,2982,2662,385
¹ Net production of crude oil, natural gas liquids, bitumen and synthetic oil, kbd
Natural gas production available for sale (mcfd)     
 United States2,3832,3512,6992,7772,713
 Canada/Other Americas74158180182189
 Europe536541825770844
 Africa8970675848
 Asia3,7043,3043,3203,3403,468
 Australia/Oceania1,3811,5391,5151,3251,322
Worldwide natural gas production available for sale8,1677,9638,6068,4528,584
Oil-equivalent production, koebd ²
3,8223,7163,7323,6753,816
² Natural gas is converted to an oil-equivalent basis at six million cubic feet per one thousand barrels.
Manufacturing Throughput and Sales4Q223Q222Q221Q224Q21
Refinery throughput, kbd     
 United States1,6941,7421,6861,6851,740
 Canada433426413399416
 Europe<