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American Titans: ExxonMobil By the Numbers

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As part of CNBC's "American Titans" series, CNBC.com is taking an in-depth look at ExxonMobil .

The company was formed in 1999 by the merger of Exxon and Mobil, but its roots can be traced to Standard Oil, founded by John D. Rockefeller.

This global giant, one of the largest publicly-traded companies in the world and the biggest non-government owned energy producer, has seen its shares increase 59% in the past 10 years. 

Based in Irving, Texas, ExxonMobil produces nearly 4 million barrels of oil a day, or about 3 percent of the world's supply. Its products are marketed under the Exxon, Mobil, and Esso brands.

What follows are some facts and figures about this "American Titan."   

Stock Performance & Valuation

  • Close on May 7, 2010: $63.70
  • Median Price Target: $80 (Source: Thomson One)
  • All time intraday high:  $96.12 on May 21, 2008
  • All time closing high:  $95.05 on October 18, 2007
  • P/E: 14.49
  • Price / Book: 2.91x
  • TEV / EBITDA (Latest Twelve Months): 6.80x

Percent Change

  • YTD: 6.6%
  • 1-Year: -7.6%
  • 3-Year: -21.2%
  • 5-Year: 10.6%
  • 10-Year: 59.3%
  • 20-Year: 448.2%

Revenues:

  • 2009 Revenue: $310.6 billion of which 29.8% was domestic
  • Latest Qtr:  $90.3 billion (Q1 2010)
  • Forecast 2010 Revenue: $402.4 billion
  • Revenue Growth (2009-10): 30%

Earnings:

  • 2009 EPS: $4.01
  • Latest Qtr:  $1.33 (Q1 2010)
  • Forecast 2010 EPS: $5.876
  • EPS Growth (2009-10): 47%

Analysts' Recommendations:

  • Strong Buy: 4
  • Buy: 6
  • Hold: 7
  • Sell: 0
  • Underperform: 1

Three Highest Paid Executives

  • Rex Tillerson
  • CEO since 2006
  • President since March 2004
  • Total Annual Compensation: $27.2M
  • Don Humphreys, Principal Financial Officer, Senior Vice President and Treasurer
  • Total Annual Compensation: $11.9M
  • Stephen Pryor, Vice President and President of ExxonMobil Chemical Company
  • Total Annual Compensation: $10.6M

Source: CNBC Analytics, Capital IQ and Thomson Reuters

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