Helping Deliver Louisiana’s Lower-Carbon Energy Future

As we work to achieve our climate goal commitments, few challenges are more important than maintaining an accessible and affordable supply of energy while reducing its environmental impact. ExxonMobil is playing a leading role in addressing this challenge by lessening the carbon footprint of its own operations while spearheading technologies that will produce lower-carbon fuels and help carbon-intensive industries reach their net-zero emission targets. Working to make these goals a reality, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company is leveraging its logistical and pipeline expertise to keep today’s energy products flowing by preparing to safely transport products that will empower Louisiana’s lower-carbon future.

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Are you interested in an upcoming HazMat Liquid & CO2 Pipeline and Industrial Fire Emergencies training class?

Register for our April, September or November class using the links to the right. First time TEEX training participants will need to select "create account" within the myTEEX student portal when registering.

All courses are hosted by TEEX in College Station, TX on Saturdays and Sundays. Prerequisites are required to attend, please see course description for more information.

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April 20-21, 2024

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September 14-15, 2024

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November 9-10, 2024

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ExxonMobil Pipeline Company is committed to developing safe and reliable energy sources for the future. Learn more about the technology and innovations that are helping to meet your community's energy needs.


ExxonMobil Day declared by the Office of Governor Jeff Landry


ExxonMobil recently joined Louisiana House of Representatives and Senate members in honor of the annual ExxonMobil Day at the Capitol.


ExxonMobil Pipeline Company sponsors its first TEEX emergency responder training of 2024


February 24-25th was the 15th session of the ExxonMobil-sponsored HazMat Liquid & CO2 Pipeline Emergency Response training at Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX).


Ascension Parks Foundation presented with Good Neighbor Grant


EMPCo recently presented a Good Neighbor Grant to the Ascension Parks Foundation in Ascension Parish, Louisiana.

Hear from Community Leaders

We want our communities to have educational resources to learn more about CO2 and the need for an expanded pipeline network. We also want the first responders in our communities to be prepared with emergency response tactics needed to address CO2-specific hazards. That’s one reason why we sponsor the participation of local and regional emergency responders in programs such as the Hazmat Liquid & CO2 Pipeline and Industrial Fire Emergency Response trainings with Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX).

How We Support Louisiana

Supporting Louisiana Businesses

Louisiana businesses have benefitted from our work through subcontracting service agreements and increased spending at local establishments—restaurants, hotels, equipment rental operators and other suppliers and service providers will enjoy an economic boost during construction.

Louisiana as a Global Player

For more than 100 years, ExxonMobil has been a part of the oil and petrochemical industries in Louisiana. Our work is vital to pushing the state and country to the forefront of the global energy marketplace.

Workforce Training

With the oil and natural gas industry providing some of the most sought-after jobs for the region, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company is invested in preparing the next generation of workers. We are partnering with local universities and community colleges to ensure Louisianans can take advantage of the great opportunities the industry has to offer.

Committed to the Community

Our team strives to do what is best for the communities where we operate and the surrounding parishes at every step of the permitting and construction process—this is our home too.

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Pipeline Facts and Resources

Pipelines are designed to meet stringent federal and state regulations covering pipeline material, strength and thickness. Pipelines, like cable, water and sewer lines, travel near the surface and far away from water sources deeper below. Computer-aided pipeline monitoring can rapidly detect issues so that pipeline operators can quickly shut down pumps and close valves to isolate segments, if necessary. This helps ensure families and communities are protected.

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