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HABIB KAMARA

Exhibit 2: Sales and Refinery Capacities of XOM and Some of its Competitors, 2009
Company
Refinery Capacity
Sales
thousand barrels/day
thousand barrels/day
ExxonMobil
6210
6761
BP
2,678
5,698
Chevron
2,139
3,429
Source: wikinvest.com

ExxonMobil is the largest of the six supermajors – the other five being BP,
Chevron, Shell, Total, and ConocoPhillips – with daily production of 3.921 BOE and that
is 3% of the world’s production. Exhibit 3 shows how ExxonMobil ranks with those
companies and some state-owned oil and gas companies.
Exhibit 3: Top 10 Oil Companies, 2010
Ranking
Company Name
1
Saudi Aramco (State-Owned)
2
NIOC (State-Owned)
3
ExxonMobil (Public)
4
PDV (State-Owned)
5
CNPC (State-Owned)
6
BP (Public)
7
Royal Dutch Shell (Public)
8
ConocoPhillips (Public)
9
Chevron (Public)
10
Total (Public)
Source: Data gathered from Standard & Poor’s Industry Survey 2010.

Despite being a publicly owned company, ExxonMobil manages to be larger than
many state-owned companies. More impressing is that with 37 refineries in 21 countries
constituting a daily refining capacity of 6.3 million barrels, ExxonMobil is the largest
refiner in the world.

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