Exxon Mobil Corporation has donated $1 million to the Japanese Red Cross Society to provide disaster relief assistance in response to the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan. “ExxonMobil and its employees are deeply saddened by the devastation and loss of life suffered by the people of Japan by this horrific event,” said Rex W. Tillerson, chairman and chief executive officer. ExxonMobil affiliates employ approximately 2,900 people in Japan, and have petroleum and petrochemical refining and distribution, gas and power marketing and project engineering businesses in the country. All ExxonMobil employees in the affected areas are accounted for and no injuries have been reported. ExxonMobil Yugen Kaisha and TonenGeneral, ExxonMobil’s affiliates in Japan, are working closely with Japanese authorities to ensure adequate fuel supply to emergency responders and the areas hit to assist in the recovery. ExxonMobil has also implemented a worldwide program to match employee, retiree, dealer and distributor donations to Japanese disaster relief, up to a further $2 million. Through ExxonMobil's partnership with the Norwegian Red Cross, a donation campaign has been organised towards the relief efforts in Japan. Each and every one of us is encouraged to give our share. We can all make a difference! Thank you.