ExxonMobil ships first LNG cargo from $19B PNG LNG project ahead of schedule; serving China and Japan

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Construction of PNG LNG in Papua New Guinea began in 2010, and took more than 190 million work hours to complete. Pipe had to be airlifted in some areas because the soil could not support heavy machinery and lack of infrastructure required construction of supplemental roads, communication lines and a new airfield. ExxonMobil continues to assess and advance new expansion and development opportunities in Papua New Guinea.

2018 Environmental Performance Index: Air quality top public health threat

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Fisheries continue to deteriorate in most countries, with significant problems in El Salvador, Papua New Guinea, and Portugal. The 2018 Environmental Performance Index (EPI) finds that air quality is the leading environmental threat to public health.

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ExxonMobil adds 2.7B barrels oil equivalent to reserves; replaces 183% of 2017 production

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Other significant new proved reserve additions were made in Guyana, where the company funded the first phase of development last year, and in Mozambique, associated with the project funding of the Coral FLNG project in the gas-rich deepwater Area 4. Reserves additions reflect new developments as well as revisions and extensions of existing fields resulting from drilling, studies and analysis of reservoir performance. Exxon Mobil Corporation added 2.7

Study links PM2.5 pollution to increased risk of diabetes; even low levels pose risk

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The main drivers of diabetes include eating an unhealthy diet, having a sedentary lifestyle, and obesity, but the new research indicates the extent to which outdoor air pollution plays a role. million new diabetes cases globally in 2016—about 14% of all new diabetes cases globally that year. In the United States, the study attributed 150,000 new cases of diabetes per year to air pollution and 350,000 years of healthy life lost annually.

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Sasol embarking on feasibility study on a US gas-to-liquids facility in Louisiana

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Sasol continues to advance upstream oil and gas activities in Mozambique, Nigeria, Gabon, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Canada and South Africa. South African energy and chemicals group Sasol today announced that it has chosen the southwestern region of the State of Louisiana as the site for a planned gas-to-liquids (GTL) facility. Sasol will embark on a feasibility study to evaluate the viability of a GTL venture in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, over the next 18 months.