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// HOW TO VOTE

Your Vote is Important

We urge you to submit your vote using the WHITE proxy card or voting instruction form via the Internet or by telephone today.

Due to ongoing delays in the postal system, we encourage you to vote electronically. If you do not have access to a touch-tone phone or the Internet, you may sign, date and return your WHITE proxy card or voting instruction form by mail in the postage-paid envelope provided.
For additional instructions for each of these voting options, please refer to your WHITE proxy card or voting instruction form.

Your Vote is Important

Please vote by following the instructions on your WHITE proxy card.

Smart phone

By Phone

Dial the number indicated on your WHITE proxy card and follow the simple prompts

Internet

By Internet

Access the site indicated on your WHITE proxy card and follow the instructions provided

Vote By Mail

By Mail

Sign, date and return your WHITE proxy card in the postage-paid envelope provided

Due to postal delays, we encourage you to vote by phone or the Internet. If you do not have access to a touch-tone phone or the Internet, you may sign, date and return your WHITE proxy card by mail in the postage-paid envelope provided.

We urge you NOT to vote any blue proxy card provided to you by the company

If you have any questions or require any assistance with voting your shares, please contact our proxy solicitor:

INNISFREE M&A INCORPORATED
SHAREHOLDERS MAY CALL: (877) 750-8310 (TOLL-FREE FROM THE U.S. AND CANADA)
OR +1(412) 232-3651 (FROM OTHER COUNTRIES)

Heard on the Street

The Deal
‘Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) is an example of a climate-intensive corporation where investors are beginning to look to their votes, when considering director candidates’, according to Anne Simpson, sustainability chief at the California Public Employees’ Retirement System. ‘Investors [at Exxon] are saying, ‘really, after several years of discussions and shareholder proposals being filed, are actually confident that we’ve got the right people on the board of this company,’ Simpson said. ‘The role of the board is to oversee management’s ability to create sustainable value over the long term and climate change is a big part of that story.’ March 1, 2021