Exxon-Mobil Merger Analysis

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Exxon Mobil Corporation Introduction Exxon Mobil Corporation is a multinational oil and gas company that is based inAmerica. It’s a descendant at of the Rockefellers standard oil company and it was formed in1999 from the merger of the Exxon and Mobil companies. It’s headquartered in Irving, Texas.The company is one of the world’s largest publicly traded companies and has been ranked thenumber one or number two for the last five years. By the end of the year 2007 the company’sreserves stood at 72 million oil equivalent barrels while its production rates were expected to lastfor more than 14 years (Hrebiniak & William, 1984). The company has 37 oil refineries in more than 21 countries constituting a combineddaily refinery of approximately 66.3 million barrels. Exxon Mobil is recognized as the world’slargest refineries and this title has been associated with the former standard oil since the incorporation in the 1870s. In addition to that the company is largest of the six recognized oil supermajors. Exxon Mobil owns hundreds of other similar subsidiaries including the imperial oillimited in Canada and the sea river maritime which is a petroleum shipping company.Functionally the company is organized into several global operating categories including the
2. 2upstream, down stream, chemical Exxon Mobil global services company, XTO and finally theimperial oil (Neil,1974). Many organizations experiences a lot of stresses as well as difficulty when it comes tocoping with change and lack of innovation especially from within the organization has beenrecognized as one of the critical problems that most of the modern businesses face in the UnitedStates and Canada. Therefore to be successful in the competitive business world theseorganizations have fewer options than to embrace to these diverse inevitable changes. Mostcompanies have in the past been used to illustrate success…...

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