Execution is key as ExxonMobil’s academic R&D partnerships present numerous opportunities in scaling emerging technologies outside of its core competencies

In an era of cheap oil and falling profits, the oil and gas industry must prepare itself for the future. The energy landscape is quickly evolving with the emergence of potentially disruptive technologies and regulatory pressure to reduce carbon emissions. One strategy the oil and gas industry has ta...

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