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Professor Name: Janine Przybyl Title: ExxonMobil Course: Human Resource Management: Business 325 Date: December 2, 2012   1. Provide a brief description of the industry. “ ExxonMobil has evolved over the last 125 years from a regional marketer of kerosene in the U.S. to the world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company.” Providing energy helps stabilize economies and improve living standards worldwide. Today, ExxonMobil operates in most of the world’s countries...

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Oil and Gas Company Case Study: ExxonMobil

ExxonMobil is the largest publicly traded oil and gas producing company. ExxonMobil does business in 200 countries world-wide (1). Some countries are designated for exploring gas and petroleum, and some are designated for manufacturing chemicals, lubricants, and market fuels (1). ExxonMobil's world-class petroleum portfolio gives access to proven reserves of 21.9 billion oil-equivalent barrels of oil and gas, which is the highest in the industry (1). The company's discovered resources consist...

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Fortune 500 Company

ExxonMobil August 1, 2013 Introduction ExxonMobil, as we know it, came about from a merger in 1999. The original company, Imperial Oil, originated in Canada in the late 1800’s. Based on timeline history that can be viewed on the Exxon Mobil website, Imperial Oil as well as several other independent oil companies would ultimately be bought and taken over by the soon to be renamed Standard Oil. Running concurrently with Standard Oil in the early 1900’s was Mobil Oil. Mobil Oil would also be...

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FIN 370 Week 2 Industry Averages and Financial Ratios Paper Final Draft

industry. The publicly traded company chosen by Team A is ExxonMobil. “The largest publicly traded international oil and gas company in the world. ExxonMobil makes products that drive modern transportation, power cities, lubricate industry, and provide petrochemical building blocks that lead to thousands of consumer goods” (ExxonMobil, 2013-2015). In this paper, Team A will analyze the industry statics and financial ratios of ExxonMobil. Critically adopt lean principles to create a more efficient...

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Oil Industry-Ethical Issues

Contents | Page | Introduction and background | 3 | | | ExxonMobil Oil Corporation - Environment destruction | 3 | | | ExxonMobil Oil Corporation - Animal suffering | 3 | | | Total Oil Company - Exploitation of workers | 4 | | | Total Oil Company - Supporting oppressive regimes | 4 | | | Royal Dutch Shell Oil Company- Supporting oppressive regimes | 4 | | | Royal Dutch Shell Oil Company- Environment destruction | 5 | | | Conclusion | 5 | | | ...

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Exxon Mobil

profiteering by large organizations? ExxonMobil is an American oil and gas corporation and a direct descendant of John D. Rockerfeller’s Standard Oil Company. The mereger of Exxon and Mobil on Novermber 30, 1999 led to the formation of ExxonMobil which is the worlds largest company by revenue. ExxonMobil operate facilities or market products in most of the world’s countries and explore for oil and natural gas on six continents. The case: ExxonMobil has drawn criticism from the environmental...

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Mergers Exxom Mobil - P&G Gillette

change. Brief over view of the two companies as follows: Exxon Mobil: ExxonMobil Chemical is a division of Exxon Mobil Corporation. It is incorporated in 1882. It is a global organization and is the world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company that focuses on technology, product quality, and customer service, with petrochemical manufacturing and marketing operations in more than 150 countries. ExxonMobil Chemical employs more than 14,000 people and in 2001 had $19.3 billion...

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Socially Responsible and Marketing Ethic

10 Most Socially Irresponsible Big Brands. Retrieved February 20, 2013, from BSchool Web site: http://www.bschool.com/blog/2011/the-10-most-socially-irresponsible-big-brands ExxonMobil There have been several oil spill incidents from socially irresponsible energy companies and ExxonMobil is one of them. In 1989, ExxonMobil had a pretty epically bad oil spill, tainting miles of Alaskan coastline in a disaster. 10.9 million gallons of oil were spilled which eventually impacted over 1.100 miles of...

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FIN 370 Week 3 Strategic Inititative Paper Final Draft

Paper ExxonMobil is identified as one of the world’s leading oil and gas businesses. It manages market commodities and means countrywide. ExxonMobil is entail in “marketing, gas, and oil exploration, transportation and production in roughly 200 nations” (ExxonMobil, 2015). This company furnishes assistance and products under label names such as “Mobil, Esso, and Exxon. ExxonMobil is known as one of the biggest oil industrial installation where a substance is refined in the nation” (ExxonMobil, 2015)...

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Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning (ExxonMobil) Abstract Location, location, location – this seems to be one of the oldest cliché concerning items from retail to widgets. Having the right products in the right place, the right form of outlet, eager customers and you have the profits just rolling in. This is true even in the petroleum sector. Having the right road, great traffic flow and a well-positioned location and Bingo!-Profits just rolling in. This paper is about number one of the world’s multinational...

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