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Exxon Mobil is the world's largest oil company and one of the world's largest publicly traded companies. It is involved in oil and gas exploration, production, supply, transportation, and marketing around the world. In 2010 it reported proved reserves of 24.8 billion barrels of oil equivalent. Exxon Mobil's refineries have a capacity of more than 6 million barrels per day, and the company supplies refined products to more than 40,000 service stations in 100 countries that operate under the Exxon, Esso, and Mobil brands (including more than 16,000 in the US)." [1]

Exxon Mobil's CEO, Rex Tillerson, made .4 million in 2009.[2]

Access Exxon Mobil's corporate rap sheet compiled and written by Good Jobs First here.

Contents 1 Support for the American Legislative Exchange Council 2 Exxon's Net Income vs. Number of Employees 3 Exxon's funding of climate skeptics 3.1 Through 2005, under Lee Raymond 3.2 2006 and beyond 3.2.1 Skeptic funding cut back under Rex Tillerson Or not... 3.3 2009+: Lobbying expenditures continue 4 Exxon's Tiger PR 5 Exxon tries to explain their profits 6 ExxonMobil and fracking 7 Ad boycott against Air America Radio 8 Political contributions 9 Lobbying 10 Fracking 11 Corporate Accountability 11.1 Labor 11.2 Human Rights 11.3 Environment 11.4 Consumer Protection and Product Safety 11.5 Anti-Trust and Tax Practices 11.6 Social Responsibility Initiatives 12 Personnel 12.1 Other Personnel 13 Contact details 14 Articles and Resources 14.1 Related SourceWatch resources 14.2 Profiles and Campaigns 14.3 Books 14.4 External Articles 14.5 References

Support for the American Legislative Exchange Council

Exxon Mobil is a longtime member of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). Randy Smith, Exxon Mobil Government Affairs Manager, represents Exxon Mobil on ALEC's corporate ("Private Enterprise") board as of 2011.[3] (Smith also sits on Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett's Marcellus Shale Advisory Commission that considers the impact of oil drilling through the practice known as "fracking." [4])

A list of ALEC Corporations can be found here.

Source: http://exxonmobil.nl/Benelux-English/

January 25, 2016 ExxonMobil’s Energy Outlook Projects Energy Demand Increase and Decline in Carbon Intensity

October 29, 2015 ExxonMobil invests in Rotterdam refinery

October 2, 2014  ExxonMobil Begins Construction of New Coker Unit at Antwerp Refinery

July 2, 2014  ExxonMobil Announces Antwerp Refinery Investment of More Than Billion

January 9, 2014  New investment in Rotterdam Botlek Chemical Plant

October 3, 2013 50 Years of Gas Marketing and Distribution in the Netherlands

Source: http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/Exxon_Mobil

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