FORT WORTH, Texas—XTO Energy Inc., a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation, today announced it has contributed $30,000 to 14 fire departments and one police department in North Texas to help fund their day-to-day operations and emergency services. Many of the fire departments are volunteer fire departments.
“These organizations, which often face tight budget constraints, help form the backbone of our community,” said Mike Johnson, vice president, XTO Energy Central Division. “We try to assist by providing an extra financial boost, so they can continue to keep our communities safe.”
The following organizations each received a contribution from XTO Energy:
• Aledo Fire Department, Aledo
• Benbrook Firefighters Association, Benbrook
• Briaroaks Municipal Fire Department, Burleson
• Brock Dennis Volunteer Fire Department, Weatherford
• Fort Worth Fire Department, Fort Worth
• Dalworthington Gardens Volunteer Fire Department, Arlington
• Eagle Mountain Fire Department/EMS, Fort Worth
• Everman Volunteer Fire Department, Everman
• Everman Police Department, Everman
• Forest Hill Fire Department, Forest Hill
• Haslet Fire Department, Haslet
• Millsap Volunteer Fire Department, Millsap
• Tolar Volunteer Fire Department, Tolar
• Venus Volunteer Fire Department, Venus
• Willow Park Fire/Rescue Department, Willow Park
“XTO would like to thank all of the emergency responders in North Texas for the hard work they do,” Johnson said. “We always appreciate the opportunity to give back to a community that means so much to us.”
About XTO Energy Inc.
XTO is a leading oil and natural gas producer in the United States with expertise in developing tight gas, shale gas and unconventional oil resources. XTO or its affiliates operate in all major U.S. unconventional producing regions and Western Canada. XTO also provides support and technical services to ExxonMobil’s operations in Argentina. The company manages 11 million acres with a total resource base of about 33 billion oil-equivalent barrels. In Texas, XTO holds almost 4 million acres, operates in 88 counties and employs more than 2,600 people. Last year, XTO and ExxonMobil invested $34 million in higher education, medical care, environmental research, and arts and civic organizations in Texas.