Exxon Mobil
Traded as NYSE: XOM
Industry Major Integrated Oil & Gas
Founded 1999
Headquarters Irving,TX 75039, US
CEO
Mr. Rex W. Tillerson
Revenue US$ 259.488 billion
Operating income
US$ 12.883 billion
Net income
US$ 16.150 billion
Total assets US$ 336.758 billion
Total equity US$ 170.811 billion
Number of employees
73.500
Website exxonmobil.com/en
Source
exxonmobil.com/annualreports

About:

 

Exxon Mobil Corp.,

is an US-American oil company based in Irving, Texas. With the current CEO Mr. Rex Tillerson, revenue of 288 billion USD and 73500 employees around the globe Exxon Mobile ranks second in the Fortune 500 list. Exxon Mobile is the largest non-governmental oil company in the world. It produces 3% of worlds oil and energy.

Originally, “Exxon” and “Mobile” had emerged from “Standard Oil Company” when the Supreme Court of the United States fought against the oil monopoly. After growing a few years apart from each other, they were able to merge again in 1999.

Exxon Mobil is organized in 3 business divisions:

  • Upstream (Oil exploration, extraction, shipping and wholesale operations; based in Houston, Texas),
  • Downstream (marketing, refining and retail operations; based in Houston, Texas) and
  • Chemical Division.

Since 1999, ExxonMobil has engaged in a number of oil M&A deals: 60 transaction with a value of USD 54 bil. (for number and value per year, see figure below).

M&A Exxon Mobil

Top 10 Deals Exxon Mobil

RankDateTargetNationValue (in bil. USD) 
112.14.2009XTO Energy IncUnited States40.30Completed
201.29.2012Exxon MobilJapan4.97Completed
306.10.2008Hunt Petroleum CorpUnited States4.19Completed
407.18.2016InterOil CorpSingapore3.95Completed
502.17.2000Tonen Corp(Exxon Mobil)Japan2.56Completed
606.04.2007Dominion Resources Inc0Rocky)United States2.50Completed
705.28.2008Headington Oil Co0Bakken ShaleUnited States1.79Completed
806.02.2011Phillips Resources IncUnited States1.69Completed
902.14.1996Ampolex LtdAustralia1.40Completed
1010.13.1995TengizchevroilKazakhstan1.10Completed