Weaker crude oil prices, higher operating expenses, lower chemical volumes and the impact of the Gulf Coast hurricanes were partly offset by higher downstream marginsExxon Mobil net income hits $45.22 billion Jan 30, 2009
A carbon tax is also the most efficient means of reflecting the cost of carbon in all economic decisions -- from investments made by companies to fuel their requirements, to the product choices made by consumersExxon chief backs carbon tax Jan 10, 2009
Our participation in this world-class complex illustrates our commitment to the region and to provide our customers with the products they needExxon Mobil inaugurates Chinese refinery Nov 11, 2009
If we all do our jobs properly, this system will never be usedEnergy giants plan ready-made oil cap Jul 22, 2010
By undermining U.S. competitiveness, they would discourage future investment in energy projects in the United States and therefore undercut job creation and economic growthOil majors challenged on tax incentives May 13, 2011
Rex W. Tillerson (born March 23, 1952, in Wichita Falls, Texas) is the current Chairman, President, and CEO of Exxon Mobil Corporation, positions previously held by Lee Raymond.
Tillerson graduated from Huntsville (Texas) High School in 1970. He was the recipient of a B.S. from The University of Texas at Austin in civil engineering. During his time at the UT-Austin, he was involved with the Tejas Club, Longhorn Band, and Alpha Phi Omega.. In 2006 he was named a Distinguished Engineering Graduate.
Tillerson joined The Exxon Company, U.S.A., in 1975 as an engineer. He held various positions with Exxon, domestically and internationally. In 1995, he became president of Exxon Yemen Inc. and Esso Exploration and Production Khorat Inc. In 1998, he became a vice president of Exxon Ventures (CIS) and president of Exxon Neftegas Limited with responsibility for Exxon's holdings in Russia and the Caspian Sea. In 1999, with the merger of Exxon and Mobil, he was named Executive Vice President of ExxonMobil Development Company.