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exxon mobil corp (XOM) Details

Exxon Mobil Corporation explores and produces for crude oil and natural gas. As of December 31, 2013, the company had approximately 37,661 gross and 31,823 net operated wells. It also manufactures and markets commodity petrochemicals, including olefins, aromatics, polyethylene, polypropylene plastics, and specialty products; and transports and sells crude oil, natural gas, and petroleum products. In addition, the company has interests in electric power generation facilities. It operates in the United States, Canada/South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia/Oceania. Exxon Mobil Corporation was founded in 1870 and is headquartered in Irving, Texas.

75,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/26/14
Founded in 1870

exxon mobil corp (XOM) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President,...
Total Annual Compensation: $6.4M
Principal Financial Officer and Senior Vice P...
Total Annual Compensation: $2.9M
President of Exxonmobil Chemical Company
Total Annual Compensation: $2.6M
Senior Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: $3.3M
Senior Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: $3.0M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

exxon mobil corp (XOM) Key Developments

8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Denies Exxon Mobil Plea Class-Action Status in Oil Spill Stands

A federal appeals court denied Exxon Mobil's request to appeal a federal judge's decision to grant class-action status to a couple suing over an oil spill in Mayflower last year. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis said in its written judgment that it had considered Exxon Mobil's petition to appeal and was denying it. The court did not comment further in its ruling. U.S. District Judge Brian Miller ruled in Little Rock on Aug. 12, 2014, that Arnez and Charletha Harper of Mayflower could legally represent people who currently own property that is subject to an easement for the Pegasus pipeline and that is physically crossed by the pipeline running from Corsicana, Texas, to Patoka, Ill. The Harpers and another couple had joined in suing after the pipeline ruptured on March 29, 2013, and spilled an estimated 210,000 gallons of heavy crude into Mayflower's Northwoods neighborhood. Oil also spread into drainage ditches and a cove of Lake Conway. The Harpers' lawsuit seeks either cancellation of the easements and removal of the pipeline from their property or a requirement that Exxon replace the pipeline. In seeking an appeal, Exxon Mobil had argued that federal law "expressly preempts state safety standards for interstate pipeline transportation".

ExxonMobil Introduces SAE 0W-20 Viscosity Motor Oil to Mobil 1 Extended Performance Product Line

ExxonMobil announced that it has recently added SAE 0W-20 viscosity to its Mobil 1 Extended Performance product line. Like all Mobil 1 Extended Performance motor oils, Mobil 1 Extended Performance 0W-20 provides outstanding levels of performance, cleaning power and engine protection for up to 15,000 miles between oil changes. Mobil 1 Extended Performance 0W-20 is a proprietary blend of high performance synthetic basestocks with a balanced additive component system, designed to help deliver performance and protection during long service intervals. In fact, ExxonMobil backs all Mobil 1 Extended Performance motor oils with guaranteed protection of critical engine parts for up to 15,000 miles or one year, whichever comes first. Mobil 1 Extended Performance synthetic motor oils are recommended by ExxonMobil for many types of modern vehicles, including high-performance turbo-charged gasoline and multi-valve fuel injected engines found in passenger cars, SUVs, light vans and trucks. Prior to launch, ExxonMobil engineers conducted extensive testing on Mobil 1 Extended Performance 0W-20 to ensure it could stand up to the most rigorous driving conditions. In one test, engineers operated a Toyota Camry and Honda Accord for 210,000 miles each in various driving conditions, including simulated highway, city and road trip driving, changing the oil every 15,000 miles.

Federal Judge Grants Class-Action Status to Lawsuit Filed against Exxon Mobil as a Result of Pipeline Accident

A federal judge granted class-action status to a lawsuit filed against Exxon Mobil as a result of a pipeline accident that spilled tens of thousands of gallons of heavy crude into a Mayflower neighborhood last year. Judge Brian Miller, ruling in U.S. District Court in Little Rock, said Arnez and Charletha Harper can legally represent people who currently own property that is subject to an easement for the oil giant's Pegasus pipeline and that is physically crossed by the pipeline running from Corsicana, Texas, to Patoka, III. The lawsuit seeks either cancellation of the easements and removal of the pipeline from their property or a requirement that Exxon replace the pipeline. In the ruling, Miller noted that neither the Webbs nor the Harpers property suffered damage because of the March 29, 2013, pipeline rupture that Exxon Mobil has said sent an estimated 210,000 gallons of thick crude into the Northwoods subdivision, drainage ditches and a cove of Lake Conway. The cleanup continues. The company shut down the entire 850-mile-long pipeline after the accident. A 211-mile section in Texas only recently resumed operation. Exxon Mobil had argued against class-action status. The judge found that common issues shared by class members, according to the plaintiffs, were whether Exxon Mobil failed to operate and maintain the pipeline properly and whether such failure constituted breach of the easement contracts. The class will not include people who owned property subject to a Pegasus easement on the day of the spill but have since sold it. Nor will it include people such as the Webbs who have property subject to a Pegasus easement but not touched by the pipeline. The federal Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration has proposed that Exxon Mobil pay a total of $2,659,200 in fines for nine ‘probable’ violations of safety regulations as a result of the government's investigation after the Mayflower accident. Exxon Mobil has appealed. No decision has been announced yet.

 

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