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Exxon Mobil
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Rank: 2 (Previous rank: 2)
CEO: Rex W. Tillerson
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The oil giant may not be the biggest company in the U.S., but it's by far the most profitable: Driven by higher prices for crude -- as well as big gains in its natural gas and chemicals businesses -- profits at Exxon Mobil topped $30 billion, a whopping 58% jump.

With its eye on growth, the company recently launched a massive joint venture in Qatar and an offshore well in eastern Russia. It also is making a big push into alternative energies, investing in biofuels and expanding operations designed to cut greenhouse gases. --P.N.

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Key financials $ millions % change
from 2009
Revenues 354,674.0 24.6
Profits 30,460.0 58.0
Assets 302,510.0
Stockholders' equity 146,839.0
Market value (3/25/2011) 414,638.0
Profits as % of  
Revenues 8.6
Assets 10.1
Stockholders' equity 20.7
Earnings per share  
2010 $ 6.22
% change from 2009 56.3
2000-2010 annual growth rate % 9.5
Total return to investors %
2010 10.1
2000-2010 annual rate 7.7
Rank Company 500
($ millions)
1 Exxon Mobil 2 354,674.0
2 Chevron 3 196,337.0
3 ConocoPhillips 4 184,966.0
4 Valero Energy 24 86,034.0
5 Marathon Oil 29 68,413.0
6 Sunoco 68 35,453.0
7 Hess 74 34,613.0
8 Murphy Oil 113 23,345.1
9 Tesoro 128 20,253.0
10 Holly 289 8,322.9
11 Western Refining 298 7,965.1
12 Frontier Oil 389 5,884.9
Issue date: May 23, 2011
Acquired XTO Energy (2009 rank: 258), June 25, 2010.
Revenues: Excise taxes have been deducted.
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