Whether it’s in our neighborhoods or around the world, more people and more goods are moving faster than ever before – by cars, trucks, ships and planes. Meeting global transportation needs while managing emissions requires multiple solutions, including comprehensive, data-driven policies to promote efficiencies to ultimately help decarbonize transportation.

High-performance sustainability

In 2019, transportation accounted for the largest contributions of CO2 emissions (about 29%). ExxonMobil offers a range of products — including lightweight materials and advanced lubricants and fuels — that improve performance, durability and efficiency to drive down emissions. Longer term, the company collaborates on the research and development of lower-emission, renewable biofuels.

The work behind improving the energy system that enables transportation is often overlooked. Behind the scenes, scientists and engineers are developing a portfolio of solutions to help improve performance, lower emissions and provide reliable and affordable energy that helps support human progress.

But even the most innovative solutions need policy support in order to drive change. That’s why we have supported the Paris Agreement since its inception and have applauded the Administration’s commitment to the Global Methane Pledge.

To learn more about how energy and transportation can collaborate to lower emissions, click HERE.