• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Matthew Crocker


Senior Vice President, Low Carbon Solutions

Matt Crocker is Senior Vice President, Product, Strategy and New Assets, for ExxonMobil’s Low Carbon Solutions business. In this role, Matt oversees product development across the portfolio, creation, and alignment on business strategies, and has oversight for project execution and start-up of new assets. Prior to his current position, Matt was most recently Senior Vice President, Fuels Value Chain, Fuels & Lubricants Company, where he was responsible for the Global Fuels Value Chain from crude to customers. Born in Cuckfield, England, Matt graduated from Cambridge University with a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering. Matt joined Esso Petroleum Company in 1995 at the Fawley Refinery, where he held a number of positions in technical and supervisory roles. In 2005, Matt transferred to Fairfax, Virginia, where he progressed through a number of positions within Refining & Supply and ExxonMobil Chemical Company. In 2014, Matt became Baytown Refinery Manager, and has held Vice President positions in both ExxonMobil Chemical Company and ExxonMobil Upstream. Matt was elected to the Imperial Oil Limited Board of Directors in 2021. Matt and his family currently reside in The Woodlands, Texas. In his spare time, Matt enjoys skiing and traveling

Sessions With Matthew Crocker

Wednesday, 8 March

  • 02:25pm - 03:05pm (CST) / 08/mar/2023 08:25 pm - 08/mar/2023 09:05 pm

    Spotlight | The Business of Carbon Management

    Carbon Management/Decarbonization
    Transitioning the global economy to a low-carbon energy system will require a range of solutions—carbon capture, hydrogen, renewable power generation. While many of these are on the cusp of wide-scale deployment, uncertainties remain in cost and potential commercial strategies as firms look to create sustainable businesses out of their efforts. How will these new low-carbon value chains evolve? What new commercial models will arise, and who is best positioned to capture them? What policies and incentives can accelerate their advancement, and how can emerging sources of capital catalyze them?