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Thursday, July 26, 2018  

XTO Energy Donates $51,000 to First Responders in Southeastern New Mexico

CARLSBAD, New Mexico—XTO Energy Inc., a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation, today announced it has contributed $51,000 to five fire departments and two police departments in southeastern New Mexico to help fund their day-to-day operations and emergency services.

CARLSBAD, New Mexico—XTO Energy Inc., a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation, today announced it has contributed $51,000 to five fire departments and two police departments in southeastern New Mexico to help fund their day-to-day operations and emergency services.

“We greatly appreciate the services these first responders provide in southeastern New Mexico,” said Wes McSpadden, production superintendent, XTO Energy Delaware Basin Division. “We want to make sure they have the tools they need to continue to keep these communities safe.”

The following organizations each received a contribution from XTO Energy:
•    Carlsbad Fire Department, Carlsbad
•    Carlsbad Police Department, Carlsbad
•    Eddy County Sheriff’s Department, Carlsbad
•    Joel Fire Fighters Auxiliary, Carlsbad
•    La Huerta Fire Fighters Association, Carlsbad
•    Loving Fire Department, Loving
•    Maljamar Fire Department, Maljamar

“These donations represent our ongoing commitment to making a positive impact in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico,” McSpadden said.

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 New Mexico, XTO holds 887,000 acres, operates in two counties and employs about 150 people. In 2017, XTO and ExxonMobil invested $354,000 in higher education, medical care, environmental research, and arts and civic organizations in New Mexico.

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