Company Profile: Exxon-Mobil Corp.

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Exxon and Mobil, two energy giants formed in the 1960’s as outgrowths of the Standard Oil consortium, merged in 1999. Exxon-Mobil now has operations in over 200 countries and territories around the world.

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COMPANY HEADQUARTERS: 5959 Las Colinas Boulevard, Irving, TX 75039
COMPANY WEB SITE: www.exxon.mobil.com
2001 GROSS REVENUES: $213.5B
NUMBER OF EXMPLOYEES: 97,900
TYPES OF BUSINESS: Exploration, production, manufacture, transportation and sale of crude oil, natural gas, and petroleum products; manufacture of petrochemicals, packaging films and specialty chemicals
TYPES OF FEDERAL CONTRACTS: Jet fuel.

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