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2 Feb 2022

ExxonMobil response to Digging in the Shadows

Please accept this letter as a response to the inquiry from Business & Human Rights Resource Centre. ExxonMobil subsidiaries are shareholders in North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC) and Tengizchevroil (TCO), but are not the operator. Responses to the specific items outlined in the report should be directed to the operators...

ExxonMobil, its subsidiaries and affiliates are committed to respecting human rights as a fundamental principle in our operations, reinforced through training and integrated into our policies and practices. We condemn human rights violations in any form and have actively expressed these views to governments and stakeholders in countries in which our affiliates operate around the world...

[North Caspian Operating Company has also issued a response on behalf of its shareholders, including ExxonMobil.]