About 1,900 U.S. employees are being cut as ExxonMobil, Louisiana’s largest manufacturing employer, seeks to reduce costs. In an announcement released Thursday, company officials said the cuts will happen through a mix of voluntary and involuntary programs. The majority of those let go will come from the company’s Houston-based offices. A representative would not provide a specific number of employees who could be impacted in Louisiana, if any. The agency responsible for the state’s workforce was also unable to confirm if they received any communication from Exxon about possible layoffs and the number of employees across the state who could be impacted.