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FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS...........................................................................................................................1 KEY FINANCIAL RATIOS............................................................................................................................2 DIVIDEND AND SHAREHOLDER RETURN INFORMATION...........................................................3 AVERAGE CAPITAL EMPLOYED BY BUSINESS..................................................................................4 RETURN ON AVERAGE CAPITAL EMPLOYED BY BUSINESS.........................................................5 CAPITAL AND EXPLORATION EXPENDITURES.................................................................................6 TOTAL CAPITAL AND EXPLORATION EXPENDITURES BY GEOGRAPHY.................................7 DISTRIBUTION OF CAPITAL AND EXPLORATION EXPENDITURES...........................................8 FUNCTIONAL EARNINGS.........................................................................................................................9 NET INVESTMENT IN PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT AT YEAR END.........................10 DEPRECIATION AND DEPLETION EXPENSES..................................................................................11 OPERATING COSTS...................................................................................................................................12 SUMMARY STATEMENT OF INCOME..................................................................................................13 SUMMARY BALANCE SHEET AT YEAR END.....................................................................................14 SUMMARY STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS.......................................................................................15 OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION EARNINGS.................................................16 COSTS INCURRED IN PROPERTY ACQUISITIONS, EXPLORATION,

AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES...............................................................................................19 NET CAPITALIZED COSTS AT YEAR END...........................................................................................20 NET LIQUIDS PRODUCTION..................................................................................................................21 NET NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION AVAILABLE FOR SALE........................................................22 NATURAL GAS SALES..............................................................................................................................23

PROVED OIL AND GAS RESERVES......................................................................................................24 2019 reserves changes by region.............................................................................................26 PROVED OIL AND GAS RESERVES Changes ? BY TYPE............................................................27 THROUGHPUT, CAPACITY, AND UTILIZATION...............................................................................28 Refining capacity at year-end 2019.........................................................................................29 PETROLEUM PRODUCT SALES BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA............................................................ 30 RETAIL SITES...............................................................................................................................................32 LARGE/INTEGRATED Chemical COMPLEX PRODUCTION CAPACITY

AT YEAR-END 2019..........................................................................................................................33 OTHER Chemical MANUFACTURING LOCATIONS AT YEAR-END 2019............................. 34 Chemical VOLUMES..............................................................................................................................35 2019 exploration opportunity captures...........................................................................36 2019 Key DIVESTMENTS.........................................................................................................................37 Upstream portfolio........................................................................................................................ 38 NORTH AMERICA............................................................................................................................. 38 SOUTH AMERICA..............................................................................................................................39 EUROPE............................................................................................................................................... 40 Africa..................................................................................................................................................41 Asia/Middle East..........................................................................................................................43 Australia/Oceania.....................................................................................................................45 FREQUENTLY USED TERMS.................................................................................................................. 46

Cautionary Statement ? Statements of future events or conditions in this document are forward-looking statements. Actual future results, including capacity growth; production growth; project plans, timing, and outcomes; and resource additions and recoveries could differ materially due to a number of factors, including: global or regional changes in oil, natural gas, petrochemicals, or feedstock prices, differentials, or other market or economic conditions affecting the oil, gas, and petrochemical industries and the demand for our products; the outcome and timing of exploration and development projects; war and other political, public health, or security disturbances; changes in law or government regulation, including environmental, trade, and tax regulations and political sanctions; the outcome of government policies and actions, including actions taken to address COVID-19 and to maintain the functioning of national and global economies and markets; the ultimate impact of COVID-19 on people and economies; the actions of competitors, commercial counterparties and consumers; general economic conditions, including the occurrence and duration of economic recessions; the outcome of commercial negotiations, including negotiations with governments, private partners, and vendors; opportunities for and regulatory approval of investments or divestments that may arise; the impact of fiscal and commercial terms; unexpected technological developments and the ability to bring new technology to commercial scale on a cost-competitive basis, including large-scale hydraulic fracturing projects; unexpected operating events or technical difficulties; and other factors discussed in this document and in Item 1A of ExxonMobil's most recent Form 10-K. All forward-looking statements are based on management's knowledge and reasonable expectations and we assume no duty to update these statements as of any future date.

Frequently Used Terms and Non-GAAP Measures ? We use non-GAAP concepts and financial measures throughout this publication. These measures may not be comparable to similarly titled measures used by other companies. Definitions of certain financial and operating measures and other terms used in this document ? such as "resources" ? are contained in the section titled "Frequently Used Terms" on pages 46 through 49. In the case of non-GAAP financial measures, such as "Return on Average Capital Employed" and "Cash Flow from Operations and Asset Sales," the definitions also include any reconciliation or other information required by SEC Regulation G. "Factors Affecting Future Results" and "Frequently Used Terms" are also available on the "Investors" section of our website.

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FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS

(millions of dollars, unless noted)

Net income attributable to ExxonMobil Cash flow from operations and asset sales1 Capital and exploration expenditures1 Research and development costs Total debt at year end Average capital employed1 Market valuation at year end Regular employees at year end (thousands)

1 See Frequently Used Terms attached at the end of this document.

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2019

14,340 33,408 31,148

1,214 46,920 236,603 295,431

74.9

2018

20,840 40,137 25,923

1,116 37,796 232,374 288,892

71.0

2017

19,710 33,169 23,080

1,063 42,336 222,631 354,561

69.6

2016

7,840 26,357 19,304

1,058 42,762 212,226 374,438

71.1

2015

16,150 32,733 31,051

1,008 38,687 208,755 323,928

73.5

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KEY FINANCIAL RATIOS

Return on average capital employed1 (percent) Earnings to average ExxonMobil share of equity (percent) Debt to capital2 (percent) Net debt to capital3 (percent) Current assets to current liabilities (times) 1 See Frequently Used Terms attached at the end of this document. 2 Debt includes short-term and long-term debt. Capital includes short-term and long-term debt and total equity. 3 Debt net of cash and cash equivalents, excluding restricted cash.

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2019

6.5 7.5 19.1 18.1 0.78

2018

9.2 11.0 16.0 14.9 0.84

2017

9.0 11.1 17.9 16.8 0.82

2016

3.9 4.6 19.7 18.4 0.87

2015

7.9 9.4 18.0 16.5 0.79

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DIVIDEND AND SHAREHOLDER RETURN INFORMATION

Dividends per common share (dollars) Dividends per share growth (annual percent) Number of common shares outstanding (millions) Average Average ? assuming dilution Year end Total shareholder return1 (annual percent) Common stock acquired (millions of dollars) Market quotations for common stock (dollars) High Low Average daily close Year-end close 1 See Frequently Used Terms attached at the end of this document.

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2019

3.43 6.2

4,270 4,270 4,234

7.2 594

83.49 66.31 73.73 69.78

2018

3.23 5.6

4,270 4,270 4,237 (15.1 )

626

89.30 64.65 79.96 68.19

2017

3.06 2.7

4,256 4,256 4,239

(3.8 ) 747

91.34 76.05 81.86 83.64

2016

2.98 3.5

4,177 4,177 4,148

19.8 977

95.55 71.55 86.22 90.26

2015

2.88 6.7

4,196 4,196 4,156 (12.6) 4,039

93.45 66.55 82.83 77.95

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AVERAGE CAPITAL EMPLOYED1, 2 BY BUSINESS

(millions of dollars)

Upstream United States Non-U.S. Total Downstream United States Non-U.S. Total Chemical United States Non-U.S. Total Corporate and Financing Corporate total Average capital employed applicable to equity companies included above

2019

72,152 107,271 179,423

9,515 18,518 28,033

13,196 18,113 31,309 (2,162) 236,603 40,322

2018

69,981 107,893 177,874

8,725 17,015 25,740

12,171 18,249 30,420 (1,660) 232,374 38,150

2017

64,896 109,778 174,674

7,936 14,578 22,514

10,672 16,844 27,516 (2,073) 222,631 35,941

1 Average capital employed is the average of beginning-of-year and end-of-year business segment capital employed, including ExxonMobil's share of amounts applicable to equity companies. 2 See Frequently Used Terms attached at the end of this document.

2016

62,114 107,941 170,055

7,573 14,231 21,804

9,018 15,826 24,844 (4,477) 212,226 34,190

2015

64,086 105,868 169,954

7,497 15,756 23,253

7,696 16,054 23,750 (8,202) 208,755 34,248

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RETURN ON AVERAGE CAPITAL EMPLOYED1 BY BUSINESS

(percent)

Upstream United States Non-U.S. Total Downstream United States Non-U.S. Total Chemical United States Non-U.S. Total Corporate and Financing Corporate total

1 See Frequently Used Terms attached at the end of this document.

2019

0.7 13.0

8.0

18.0 3.3 8.3

1.6 2.1 1.9 N.A. 6.5

2018

2.5 11.4

7.9

33.9 17.9 23.3

13.5 9.4

11.0 N.A.

9.2

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2017

10.2 6.1 7.6

24.5 25.0 24.9

20.5 13.8 16.4 N.A.

9.0

2016

(6.7 ) 4.0 0.1

14.4 21.8 19.3

20.8 17.3 18.6 N.A.

3.9

2015

(1.7 ) 7.7 4.2

25.4 29.6 28.2

31.0 12.7 18.6 N.A.

7.9

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CAPITAL AND EXPLORATION EXPENDITURES1

(millions of dollars)

Upstream United States Non-U.S. Total Upstream

Downstream United States Non-U.S. Total Downstream

Chemical United States Non-U.S. Total Chemical

Other United States Non-U.S. Total other Total capital and exploration expenditures

1 See Frequently Used Terms attached at the end of this document.

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2019

11,653 11,832 23,485

2,353 2,018 4,371

2,547 718

3,265

27 ?

27 31,148

2018

7,670 12,524 20,194

1,186 2,243 3,429

1,747 488

2,235

65 ?

65 25,923

2017

3,716 12,979 16,695

823 1,701 2,524

1,583 2,188 3,771

90 ?

90 23,080

2016

3,518 11,024 14,542

839 1,623 2,462

1,553 654

2,207

93 ?

93 19,304

2015

7,822 17,585 25,407

1,039 1,574 2,613

1,945 898

2,843

188 ?

188 31,051

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TOTAL CAPITAL AND EXPLORATION EXPENDITURES1 BY GEOGRAPHY

(millions of dollars)

2019

United States Canada/Other Americas Europe Africa Asia Australia/Oceania Total worldwide

16,580 4,666 1,315 2,237 5,585 765

31,148

1 See Frequently Used Terms attached at the end of this document.

2018

10,668 5,390 2,269 1,662 5,184 750

25,923

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2017

6,212 3,016 1,828 4,730 6,046 1,248 23,080

2016

6,003 2,762 2,088 2,295 4,684 1,472 19,304

2015

10,994 5,269 2,572 3,679 5,426 3,111

31,051

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