We are committed to building the Wink to Webster Pipeline system in a manner that prioritizes safety, respects the environment and recognizes the interests of our neighbors. We will comply with all applicable laws and regulations and apply responsible standards throughout construction.
We will minimize impacts to the community and environment. During construction, priority will be placed on utilizing existing pipeline corridors and advanced construction techniques.
For the safety of our workers, the environment and our neighbors, we will conduct numerous inspections throughout the project. This includes inspecting the line pipe before construction, examining the pipeline welds during construction and testing the pipeline’s integrity prior to the start of operation. Once the Wink to Webster Pipeline system is operational, we will meet or exceed safety and environmental regulations.
Our goal is to establish positive relationships with landowners and community leaders along the pipeline route, frequently communicating with them throughout the construction process. Construction activity is not expected to start in earnest until 2020. However, if you have any questions about the Wink to Webster Pipeline system, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or (877) 214-0195.
If you have media inquiries, please email us at email@example.com, or call 877-214-0193.
Throughout the process of building and operating the pipeline, the Wink to Webster partners are committed to being good neighbors within our communities. Through our Good Neighbor Grant Program, we will provide up to $1 million of funds to support local tax-exempt organizations and first responders, These funds are intended to enhance emergency preparedness, community programs, educational initiatives or environmental projects that benefit a community near the Wink to Webster pipeline route.
First responders and community organizations in the area of the Wink to Webster pipeline are encouraged to apply for grants. The application form can be found here.
Across the country, frontline medical workers and first responders are receiving supplies of medical-grade sanitizer donated by ExxonMobil, who will operate the Wink to Webster pipeline on behalf of the JV. For many communities, the sanitizer – provided to hospitals, fire and police stations, assisted-living facilities and the military – is making a difference in protecting against the spread of COVID-19.
ExxonMobil worked swiftly to reconfigure manufacturing operations to produce sanitizer for the first time at its Baton Rouge and Port Allen, LA, manufacturing facilities. Within a matter of weeks, the company has produced sanitizer and donated it in Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
And more deliveries are planned in the coming weeks. The company will ultimately supply up to 160,000 gallons of sanitizer – enough to fill nearly 5 million 4-ounce bottles.
“Hand sanitizer has been hard to come by lately, so it’s great to get this out to our officers in the field out patrolling, responding to calls and interacting with people in the public,” said Major Dina Romero of the New Mexico State Police.
Coordinating this massive production-and-delivery effort was another opportunity for ExxonMobil to support local communities’ staying safe.
Watch to see how the team got things done – and delivered – together.