ExxonMobil Petroleum & Chemical
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
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Mr Joost M. van Roost
Chairman of the Board
Mr Nikolaas Baeckelmans
Vice President EU Affairs
ExxonMobil is one of Europe's largest oil and gas producers, a major refiner of crude oil for fuels and lubricants, and one of Europe's leading petrochemical companies. ExxonMobil's primary role - and most important benefit to society - is to safely provide reliable and affordable energy supplies to people around the world. Doing this well is essential to improving standards of living, and we are committed to doing so in a financially, environmentally and socially responsible manner.
EU initiatives falling broadly under the categories of energy, environment and chemicals. For example: EU energy strategy 2030, EU ETS, Energy Union, GHG related legislation, Fuel Quality Directive, biofuel legislation and renewable energy, transport fuels related initiatives, Industrial Emissions Directive, Air Quality, REACH, phthalates, natural gas policy including shale gas, offshore safety and emergency preparedness, transparency directive, energy efficiency legislation.
This is our estimate of Full Time Equivalent Employees which may be involved in activities falling under the scope of the Transparency Register.
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List of main EU organizations with activities related to the scope of the Register, of which ExxonMobil subsidiaries are members (2014):
- European trade associations: CONCAWE/FuelsEurope, IOGP, CEFIC, Plastics Europe, COGEN Europe, AmCham EU, BusinessEurope, OCIMF, Transatlantic Business Council, British Chamber of Commerce Belgium
- European think tanks / other organizations: CEPS, EPC, Friends of Europe, CERA, Council for Multilateral Business Diplomacy
ExxonMobil subsidiaries in the EU are also members of national trade and industry associations which may have varying degrees of engagement with European Institutions.
01/2014 - 12/2014
4,750,000 € - 4,999,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
The amount above is our best estimate of the overall cost of activities falling under the revised scope of the Register including meetings, conversations, correspondence with officials of EU Institutions, work/activities to prepare positions, organize meetings, etc. to support advocacy pursued either directly or through trade or industry associations. Costs for conference sponsorships, consultancy work in support of advocacy and association memberships are now included in the cost estimate.
The zero figure for procurement and grants means the following: (i) we cannot totally exclude that EU funding might have occurred across our European network of affiliates and businesses, for instance through the supply of petrol/diesel, lubricants or heating oil (ii)even if there is any, it would be de minimis compared to the size of our businesses and related investments (over USD 3billion).
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.