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Topics: ExxonMobil, Standard Oil, Airline Pages: 4 (670 words) Published: August 27, 2013
Petroleum Industry
Organisation Exxon Mobil Chevron Philip 66 Revenue ($Billion) 449.8 233.9 169.6 Employee 83, 600 61, 900 16, 000

The exact organization of companies in the petroleum industry varies widely, depending on size and diversity of activities. Obviously, size and degree of integration have much to do with a company's organization.

Petroleum Industry
Exxon Mobil:
ExxonMobil has an organisational structure based on 12 separate global businesses designed to allow the company to compete more effectively in a changing worldwide energy industry:

Chevron:
Due to the heavy business portfolio and varied geo graphical presence it’s business organisation developed as matrix structure. Chevron divided it’s various continents as geo graphical locations and operating through president at the top of each geo graphical location.

Philip 66:
Functional Organisational Structure. have three main businesses: refining, Transporting, marketing petroleum products; gathering and processing natural gas and natural gas liquids; and manufacturing petrochemicals, polymers and plastics

Exxon Mobil Corporation distinguishes itself through a unique, functionally based organizational structure. Each of ExxonMobil’s business-line companies stewards a focused portfolio of operations around the world, with a president at the helm and significant authority to run itself.

Chemical Industry
Organisation Dow Company Chevron Monsanto Revenue ($Billion) 56.8 39.5 13.5 Employee 54, 000 70, 000 21, 000

Chemical Industry organisational structure is very diverse and it depends upon product portfolio and geo graphical distribution of companies.

Chemical Industry
Dow Company: The Company will eliminate the current Business Division structure and move to a Global Business Unit model that will have business presidents. The business presidents will be fully accountable for generating increased earnings, and the accelerated advancement and execution of the Company's...
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