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Exxon Mobil Corporation
TypePublic (NYSEXOM)
IndustryOil and Gas
When it was created1999 (merger)
1911 (Standard Oil of New Jersey)
1911 (Standard Oil of New York)
1882 (Standard Oil)
HeadquartersIrving, Texas, United States
Key peopleRex W. Tillerson (Chairman/CEO)
Things madeFuels, Lubricants, Petrochemicals
Money earned$370.680 Billion USD(2005)
Net incomeIncrease $36.130 Billion USD (2005)

Exxon Mobil or ExxonMobil (NYSEXOM) is the world's biggest oil and gas company. It was created when Exxon and Mobil, both companies formed after the John D. Rockefeller's original Standard Oil company split apart, joined together in a merger to become one company.

Board of directors

Right now, Exxon Mobil board members include:

Biggest shareholders

A Mobil gas station.

As of March 31, 2006:

Owner Percent
Barclays Global Investors 4.1
State Street Global Advisors 3.1
Vanguard Group 2.6
JPMorgan Chase 1.5
Wellington Management Company 1.3
Northern Trust Company 1.4
AllianceBernstein 1.4
Fidelity Management and Research 1.3
Wellington Management Company 1.3
Capital Research & Management Company 1.1
Bank of America 0.9
Merrill Lynch Investment Management 0.9
TIAA-CREF Investment Management 0.8
Mellon Financial 0.7
Lord Abbett 0.6
State Farm Insurance 0.6


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