Here's where corporate constitutional rights play out:
Their limited liability shields them from culpability in all but the worst catastrophes they create, and their treasuries allow them to drag their feet through the courts until they ultimately win through attrition. They claim their corporate liability rights consistently much to the detriment of other living things on the planet.
Then there are the human rights they possess, the most commonly known one being first amendment rights to free speech, used with impunity to legally buy politicians.
If Exxon had any humanity at all, we wouldn't be in this mess, nor can we throw Exxon in jail for crimes against humanity.
When this thing really hits the fan, Exxon will act like a corporate structure to protect itself from liability, and it will act like a person in elections to stack the deck in it's favor. And it will just keep on keeping on it's bad actions forever, never dying off.
Basically the Constitution is a property rights document. (It was amended to add some human rights.) Corporations are property. The Supreme Court, not the legislature, gave human rights to property, creating a class of person equal under the law, with the ability to morph back and forth between property and person, in order to avoid responsibility and accountability.
Nothing will happen to Exxon until their constitutional human rights are abolished.