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From: Douglas Grandt answerthecall@icloud.

com
Subject: Now is not the time to dilly-dally. Be honest with us!
Date: July 11, 2018 at 4:52 AM
To: Darren W. Woods Darren.W.Woods@ExxonMobil.com, William (Bill) M. Colton William.M.Colton@ExxonMobil.com,
Jeffrey J. Woodbury jeff.j.woodbury@exxonmobil.com, Suzanne M. McCarron Suzanne.M.McCarron@ExxonMobil.com,
Max Schulz max.schulz@exxonmobil.com

Dear Darren, Bill, Jeff, Suzanne and Max,


.
You are personally and collectively accountable
You doubtless have run your business models.
You doubtless know the financial conundrum.
You doubtless understand your finances.
You doubtless know your exposure,
collectively as well individually
for not acknowledging the
imminent threat to all of
HUMANITY, not only
to we AMERICANS
who rely on your
LEADERSHIP.
Your time has
expired. No
time left to
dally-dilly.
Honestly!
.

Seriously!
.
Sincerely,
Doug Grandt

(The above is follow-on to my previous email


which is included for complete context below.)
You have the tools for
complex calculations,
to assess the impact
of endgame scenarios
on economy & society.
You have the engineers.
You have the economists.
You have the responsibility.
You have the moral imperative.
You have probably already done it.
Is there even one plausible scenario?
c

4,200,000,000 outstanding shares


42,000,000,000 debt
19,000,000,000 earnings (2017)
342,000,000,000 market capitalization
c

These numbers tell me it is impossible


for ExxonMobil to wind down business
in alignment with COP 1.5°C aspiration.
c

Please explain to me where I am wrong.


c

Doug Grandt