Exxon Mobile Case

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Exxon Mobil is the largest U.S. Company in the world and it participates in three very profitable industries: Mining/Crude-Oil industry, Petroleum Refining, and Chemicals. Exxon Mobil is a multinational oil and gas corporation. They have evolved over the past 125 years as a regional marketer of kerosene in the U.S. to the largest publicly traded petroleum and petrochemical enterprise in the world. Today Exxon Mobil operates in most of the world's countries and is best known by their familiar brand names: Exxon, Esso and Mobil. They make the products that drive modern transportation, power cities, lubricate industry and provide petrochemical building blocks that lead to thousands of consumer goods. Exxon Mobil was founded by John Rockefeller and his associates in 1870 originally named standard oil company. By 1882 Standard Oil Company was renamed Standard Oil Company of New Jersey (Jersey Standard) and the Standard Oil Company of New York (Socony). Standard Oil broke up into 34 unrelated companies after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, including Jersey Standard, Socony, and Vacuum Oil. After 100 years in business the company went through yet another name change to Mobil Oil Corporation. In 1972 Jersey Standard becomes Exxon Corporation. In November 30, 1999, Exxon and Mobil join together to become Exxon Mobil Corporation. The merger increased their ability to be a more effective global competitor in the volatile economy and in an industry that is very competitive. In 2005 both Exxon Mobil and Qatar Petroleum with joint venture partners expanded the development of the giant North Field offshore Qatar, which is the largest non associated gas field in the world. Increased global energy demands and managing the risk of green house gases are the two critical challenges for them. They address these issues by applying science and innovation to find better, safer, and cleaner ways to meet the global energy demands. (Exxon Background) Exxon Mobil’s mission is considered...
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