2nd March 2021

ExxonMobil Fawley Site – Operations Update

Dear Community Member

We want to give an update to our current operations.

We will be starting-up one of our steam generating units later this morning.

Unfortunately, it is likely you will hear additional noise associated with this activity if you are in the immediate surrounding area to the Fawley site.

We anticipate that this will continue through the day.

We apologise in advance for any concern and inconvenience that it may cause to our local residents.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.


Information to local residents
about the Fawley Refinery and Petrochemical Complex

Some of Fawley’s processing units will be shut down from 27th February as part of a scheduled maintenance activity.

The work is expected to take around three weeks to complete. Parts of the programme will necessitate 24 hour working.

During the work there may be occasions that the background noise may change and be different from historical norms.

This will be monitored and steps will be taken to minimise background noise as far as possible.

At the beginning and end of this planned activity there may also be some additional flaring. This is a safe and essential part of the operation.

We will endeavour to minimise any inconvenience to our neighbours from these maintenance activities and if you have any questions or concerns, please call the ExxonMobil Fawley site on:

023 8089 2511 (24 hours)

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