2014

Exxon Mobil Corporation Names Corporate Vice Presidents; Division and Affiliate Presidents

    IRVING, Texas, Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The following was released today by
 Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:   XOM):
 
     A summary of Exxon Mobil Corporation department managers and presidents of
 ExxonMobil operating divisions and affiliates covered in the attached news
 release follows:
 
                             Corporate Departments
 
     Controllers                           Donald D. Humphreys, vice president
                                           and controller
 
     Human Resources                       Timothy J. Hearn, vice president
 
     Investor Relations/Secretary's        T. Peter Townsend, vice president
                                           and corporate secretary
 
     Law                                   Charles W. Matthews, Jr., vice
                                           president and general counsel
 
     Safety, Health and Environment        Frank B. Sprow, vice president
 
     Tax                                   Paul E. Sullivan, vice president
                                           and general tax counsel
 
     Treasurers                            Frank A. Risch, vice president and
                                           treasurer
 
     Corporate Planning                    P. C. Tan, general manager
 
     Public Affairs                        Ken P. Cohen, vice president
 
                             Upstream Organization
 
     ExxonMobil Exploration Company        Jon L. Thompson, president
                                           Steve M. Cassiani, executive vice
                                           president
                                           John Cousins, executive vice
                                           president
 
     ExxonMobil Development Company        Morris E. Foster, president
                                           Rex W. Tillerson, executive vice
                                           president
 
     ExxonMobil Gas Marketing Company      Stuart R. McGill, president
 
     ExxonMobil Production Company         K. Terry Koonce, president
                                           M. Bill Scoggins, executive vice
                                           president
                                           Ansel L. Condray, chairman and
                                           production director, ExxonMobil
                                           International Limited
 
     ExxonMobil Upstream Research          Dan Mendell III, president
      Company/ ExxonMobil Upstream
      Technical Computing Company
 
                            Downstream Organization
 
     ExxonMobil Refining and Supply        J. Steve Simon, president
       Company                             Denny M. Houston, executive vice
                                           president
 
     ExxonMobil Fuels Marketing            Hal R. Cramer, president
       Company                             Bob L. Rich, executive vice
                                           president
 
     ExxonMobil Lubricants and             Steve D. Pryor, president
       Petroleum Specialties Company       Jim F. Marcogliese, executive vice
                                           president
 
     ExxonMobil Research and               Bill R. K. Innes, president
      Engineering Company                  Mike P. Ramage, executive vice
                                           president
 
             Chemical; Coal and Minerals; Imperial; Global Services
 
     ExxonMobil Chemical Company           Dan S. Sanders, president
                                           Ray J. McGowan, executive vice
                                           president
                                           E. G. Galante, executive vice
                                           president
 
     ExxonMobil Coal and Minerals          Joe T. McMillan, president
       Company
 
     Imperial Oil Limited                  Bob R. Peterson, chairman,
                                           president and chief executive
                                           officer
 
     ExxonMobil Global Services            Jerry L. Kohlenberger, president
       Company
 
     Exxon Mobil Corporation today announced nine corporate department managers
 and 13 presidents of corporate divisions and affiliates, including the
 election of 15 corporate vice presidents.
 
                             Corporate Departments
 
     Donald D. Humphreys was elected vice president and controller of Exxon
 Mobil Corporation.  Before the merger, Mr. Humphreys had served as vice
 president and controller of Exxon Corporation since 1997.
     Mr. Humphreys joined Exxon in 1976 as a systems analyst in Exxon Chemical
 Company.  He has served in various financial, systems and auditing assignments
 in Exxon Chemical Company, Exxon Company U.S.A., Exxon Company, International
 in Malaysia and in Exxon Corporation headquarters.  Mr. Humphreys holds a
 Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering and management from
 Oklahoma State University and an MBA degree from the Wharton School of the
 University of Pennsylvania.
     Timothy J. Hearn was elected vice president, human resources, of Exxon
 Mobil Corporation.  Before the merger, Mr. Hearn had served as vice president,
 human resources, of Exxon Corporation since 1998.
     Mr. Hearn joined Exxon's Canadian affiliate, Imperial Oil, as a marketing
 representative in 1967.  He served in a number of management assignments in
 marketing, logistics, and systems and computer services in Imperial, as well
 as management assignments with Exxon Chemical Company in Houston and Singapore
 before being named executive assistant to the chairman of Exxon.  Mr. Hearn
 earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Manitoba.
     T. Peter Townsend was elected vice president, investor relations and
 corporate secretary of Exxon Mobil Corporation.  He was vice president of
 investor relations and secretary of Exxon Corporation before the merger.
     Mr. Townsend joined Exxon Corporation in 1962.  He has held a variety of
 financial, planning and public affairs management assignments with the
 Corporation and its operating companies in the U.S., Europe and Asia Pacific
 areas.  He was elected vice president of investor relations in 1990 and
 corporate secretary in 1995.  Mr. Townsend holds a Bachelor of Science degree
 from Yale University and an MBA degree from the Graduate School of Business at
 the University of Chicago.
     Charles W. Matthews, Jr., was elected vice president and general counsel
 of Exxon Mobil Corporation.  Before the merger, he had served as vice
 president and general counsel of Exxon Corporation since 1995.
     Mr. Matthews joined the litigation section of Exxon's law department in
 1971.  He has served in a number of regional and headquarters law department
 management assignments in Exxon USA and Exxon Corporation.  Mr. Matthews is a
 1967 graduate of the University of Texas and received his law degree from the
 University of Houston in 1970.
     Frank B. Sprow was elected vice president, safety, health and environment
 of Exxon Mobil Corporation.  Before the merger, Mr. Sprow had served as vice
 president, environment and safety, of Exxon Corporation since 1995.
     Mr. Sprow joined Exxon USA as an engineer at the Baytown, Texas refinery
 in 1965.  He has held a number of management positions in Exxon USA's refining
 department and supply department.  He also held several management positions
 in Exxon Research and Engineering Company.  Mr. Sprow received his bachelor's
 and master's degrees in chemical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of
 Technology and his Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the University of
 California at Berkeley.
     Paul E. Sullivan was elected vice president and general tax counsel of
 Exxon Mobil Corporation.  Before the merger, Mr. Sullivan had served as vice
 president and general tax counsel of Exxon Corporation since 1995.
     Mr. Sullivan joined Exxon in 1969.  He served in a number of positions of
 increasing responsibility before being named general tax counsel of Exxon
 Chemical Company.  He also served as general tax counsel of Exxon USA.
 Mr. Sullivan received a bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of
 Maine and a doctor of law degree from Boston College Law School.
     Frank A. Risch was elected vice president and treasurer of Exxon Mobil
 Corporation.  Before the merger, he had served as vice president and treasurer
 of Exxon Corporation since January 1999.
     Mr. Risch joined Exxon Corporation as a financial analyst in the
 treasurer's department in 1966.  He served in a number of assignments in
 finance, planning and marketing in Exxon and its operating affiliates in
 London, Athens and Seattle.  He held several management positions in Exxon
 Chemical Company before serving as executive assistant to the chairman of
 Exxon Corporation.  He also served as assistant controller and assistant
 treasurer of Exxon Corporation.  Mr. Risch received a bachelor's degree in
 business administration from Pennsylvania State University and a master's
 degree in industrial administration from Carnegie Mellon University.
     P. C. Tan was elected general manager, corporate planning of Exxon Mobil
 Corporation.  Before the merger, he was chairman and managing director of
 Mobil Oil Australia.  He succeeds R. A. Brenneman.
     Mr. Tan joined Mobil Oil in Singapore in 1970.  He served in a number of
 developmental assignments in Singapore, the U.S. and Australia and has served
 in management assignments in refining, manufacturing and supply.  He was vice
 president and general manager of Mobil Technology Company before being named
 chairman and general manager of Mobil Oil Australia in 1996.  Mr. Tan received
 a Bachelor of Science degree in applied chemistry from the University of
 Singapore and an MBA degree from New York University.
     Kenneth P. Cohen was elected vice president, public affairs of Exxon Mobil
 Corporation.  Before the merger, Mr. Cohen had served as general counsel of
 Exxon Chemical Company since 1995.  He succeeds Anthony W. Atkiss.
     Mr. Cohen joined Exxon USA.s law department in 1977.  He has held a
 variety of management assignments in Exxon USA Public Affairs and in the law
 departments of Exxon USA, Exxon Company, International and Exxon Corporation.
 Mr. Cohen did his undergraduate work at Northwestern University and earned his
 JD degree from Baylor Law School, where he was editor-in-chief of the Baylor
 Law Review.  He earned his LL.M. degree from Yale Law School.
 
                             Upstream Organization
 
     The ExxonMobil Upstream organization will include five upstream companies
 that will be functionally oriented.  Functional headquarters and centralized
 technology efforts for the upstream companies will be located in Houston.
 Additional coordination activities and some centralized technology efforts
 will be located in the United Kingdom and in Singapore.
     The five upstream companies are ExxonMobil Exploration Company, ExxonMobil
 Development Company, ExxonMobil Production Company, ExxonMobil Gas Marketing
 Company and ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company.
     Jon L. Thompson was appointed president of ExxonMobil Exploration Company
 and was elected a vice president of Exxon Mobil Corporation.  Before the
 merger, he had served as a vice president of Exxon Corporation and as
 president of Exxon Exploration Company since it was organized in 1992.
     Mr. Thompson joined Exxon Company, U.S.A. in 1962 as a geologist in New
 Orleans.  He served in a number of field geology and supervisory assignments
 in Louisiana, California, the northern Rocky Mountains and Alaska.  He also
 served in a number of exploration management assignments with Exxon USA, Esso
 Exploration and Production U.K., Exxon Company, International and Exxon
 Corporation.  Mr. Thompson holds  bachelor.s and master.s degrees in geology
 from the University of Florida.
     Steve M. Cassiani, formerly executive vice president of Exxon Exploration
 Company, and John Cousins, formerly general manager of Mobil North Sea
 Limited, are executive vice presidents of ExxonMobil Exploration Company.
     Morris E. Foster is president of ExxonMobil Development Company.  Prior to
 the merger, he was president of Exxon Upstream Development Company.
     Mr. Foster joined Exxon USA in 1965 and held a number of field, staff and
 management positions in the U.S., the U.K. and Malaysia.  While in Malaysia,
 he received the Paduka Mahkota Awards from the Sultan of Terengganu and the
 Sultan of Perak.  Mr. Foster was named president of Exxon Upstream Development
 Company when the company was organized in 1998.  Mr. Foster is a mechanical
 engineering graduate of Texas A&M University.
     Rex W. Tillerson, formerly vice president, production of Exxon Ventures
 (CIS), will be executive vice president of ExxonMobil Development Company.
     Stuart R. McGill was appointed president of ExxonMobil Gas Marketing
 Company and was elected a vice president of Exxon Mobil Corporation.  Before
 the merger, he had served as president of Exxon Company, International since
 1998.
     Mr. McGill joined Esso Australia Ltd. in 1969 as an engineer in the
 production department. He has held various engineering, planning, supply,
 transportation and management assignments with Exxon affiliates and operating
 divisions in Australia, Malaysia, the Netherlands and the U.S.  He served as
 executive assistant to the chairman of Exxon Corporation in 1991.  Mr. McGill
 holds a bachelor's degree and a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Sydney
 University.
     K. Terry Koonce has been appointed president of ExxonMobil Production
 Company and has been elected a vice president of Exxon Mobil Corporation.
 Before the merger, Mr. Koonce had served as president and chief executive
 officer Exxon Ventures (CIS) Inc., Exxon's operating region for exploration
 and production in the former Soviet Union, since 1993 when the company became
 an operating affiliate.
     Mr. Koonce joined Exxon Production Research Company as a senior research
 engineer in 1963.  He has held a variety of management assignments in both the
 production and research organizations of Exxon affiliates and operating
 divisions in the U.S. and Canada.  Mr. Koonce received both his bachelor's and
 Ph.D. degrees in chemical engineering at Rice University.
     M. William (Bill) Scoggins, formerly executive vice president and member
 of the executive committee of Mobil Oil Corporation, president of Mobil's
 International Exploration and Producing business unit, and chairman of Mobil's
 global upstream coordinating council, is executive vice president of
 ExxonMobil Production Company.  Ansel L. Condray, formerly president of Exxon
 USA, is chairman and production director of ExxonMobil International Limited.
     Dan Mendell, III, was appointed president of ExxonMobil Upstream Research
 Company and ExxonMobil Upstream Technical Computing Company.  Before the
 merger, Mr. Mendell had served as president of Exxon Production Research
 Company and Exxon Upstream Technical Computing Company since 1993.
     Mr. Mendell joined Exxon as a drilling engineer in New Orleans in 1961.
 Mr. Mendell progressed through a variety of field and headquarters
 engineering, planning and management assignments and served as vice president
 of Exxon U.S.A.'s Production Department from 1989 through 1993.  Mr. Mendell
 holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the University of
 Texas.
 
                            Downstream Organization
 
     The ExxonMobil Downstream organization will include four downstream
 companies that will be functionally oriented.  All four of the companies will
 be based in Fairfax, Virginia.  Key regional offices will be located in
 Fairfax; Coral Gables, Florida; Houston, Texas; Brussels, Belgium; Tokyo,
 Japan; Singapore, Canada and the United Kingdom.
     The four downstream companies are ExxonMobil Refining and Supply Company;
 ExxonMobil Fuels Marketing Company; ExxonMobil Lubricants and Petroleum
 Specialties Company and ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company.
     J. Stephen (Steve) Simon has been appointed president of ExxonMobil
 Refining & Supply Company and has been elected a vice president of Exxon Mobil
 Corporation.  Before the merger, Mr. Simon had served as executive vice
 president of Exxon Company, International since 1997.
     Mr. Simon joined Exxon U.S.A. in 1967.  He has held, both within the U.S.
 and internationally, a number of supervisory, coordination and management
 positions, including Manager of the Baton Rouge Refinery, Supply and
 Transportation Manager for Esso Europe and Exxon U.S.A., executive assistant
 to the President of Exxon Corporation, General Manager of Esso Caribbean and
 Central America, and President of Esso Italiana.  Mr. Simon holds a Bachelor
 of Science degree in civil engineering from Duke University and an MBA degree
 from Northwestern University.
     Denny M. Houston, formerly vice president, supply and transportation,
 Exxon Company, International, is executive vice president of ExxonMobil
 Refining & Supply Company.
     Hal R. Cramer has been appointed president of ExxonMobil Fuels Marketing
 Company and has been elected a vice president of Exxon Mobil Corporation.
 Before the merger, Mr. Cramer served as executive vice president and chief
 financial officer of Mobil Corporation, and member of the executive committee
 of Mobil Oil.
     Mr. Cramer joined Mobil in 1973.  He has held a wide range of management
 assignments in marketing, planning, refining & supply and financial activities
 with Mobil operating divisions in the U.S. and with Mobil affiliates
 responsible for refining and marketing activities in Latin America, Europe,
 Africa, and the Pacific Rim.  Mr. Cramer holds a bachelor's degree in
 industrial engineering from Syracuse University and an MBA degree from the
 State University of New York at Albany.
     Bob L. Rich, formerly senior vice president, downstream business and a
 member of the management committee of Exxon USA is executive vice president of
 ExxonMobil Fuels Marketing Company.
     Steve D. Pryor has been appointed president of ExxonMobil Lubricants and
 Petroleum Specialties Company and has been elected a vice president of Exxon
 Mobil Corporation.  Before the merger, Mr. Pryor had served as executive vice
 president of Mobil Oil Corporation, president of international marketing and
 refining and a member of Mobil Oil's executive committee since 1997.  He also
 served  as chairman of Mobil's downstream council and was responsible for
 Mobil's worldwide lubricants business.
     Mr. Pryor joined Mobil in 1971 in the U.S. marketing division.  He has
 held various executive assignments in Mobil's marketing and refining
 operations in the U.S., New Zealand, the U.K. and Cyprus; Mobil Chemical
 Company; and Mobil Asia Pacific.  He holds a bachelor's degree in biology from
 Lafayette College and an MBA degree from Harvard Business School.
     Jim F. Marcogliese, formerly manager of Exxon Company, International's
 lubricants and specialties department, is executive vice president of
 ExxonMobil Lubricants and Petroleum Specialties Company.
     R. K. (Bill) Innes has been appointed president of ExxonMobil Research and
 Engineering Company.  Before the merger, Mr. Innes had served as president of
 Exxon Research and Engineering Company since 1998.
     Mr. Innes joined the chemical department of Exxon affiliate Imperial Oil
 in Toronto, Canada in 1965.  Mr. Innes has held a variety of engineering,
 supply and management positions with Exxon chemical, and refining and
 marketing affiliates in Canada, Europe and Japan.  Mr. Innes holds a Bachelor
 of Science degree in chemical engineering from the University of Birmingham,
 England.
     Michael P. (Mike) Ramage, formerly executive vice president, chief
 technology officer and member of the executive committee of Mobil Oil
 Corporation and president of Mobil Technology Company, is executive vice
 president of ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company.
 
             Chemical; Coal and Minerals; Imperial; Global Services
 
     Daniel S. Sanders has been appointed president of ExxonMobil Chemical
 Company and has been elected a vice president of Exxon Mobil Corporation.
 Before the merger, he served as president of Exxon Chemical Company.
     Mr. Sanders joined Exxon as an engineer at Baton Rouge in 1961.  He has
 held a variety of engineering and supervisory assignments in refining and
 chemicals and has served as executive assistant to the chairman of Exxon
 Corporation.  He also has held a number of management assignments in Exxon
 Chemical Company, Exxon USA and Exxon Corporation.  Mr. Sanders holds a
 bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of South
 Carolina.
     Ray J. McGowan and E. G. Galante have been named executive vice presidents
 of ExxonMobil Chemical Company.  Mr. McGowan was formerly executive vice
 president of Mobil Oil Corporation and president of Mobil Chemical Company.
 Mr. Galante was formerly executive vice president of Exxon Chemical Company.
     Joe T. McMillan was appointed president of ExxonMobil Coal and Minerals
 Company.  Before the merger, he had served as president of Exxon Coal and
 Minerals Company since 1997.
     Mr. McMillan joined Exxon USA as an engineer at the Baton Rouge refinery
 in 1958.  He has held a variety of engineering, supervisory and management
 assignments in refining, supply and marketing in the U.S. and Europe.
 Mr. McMillan holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Auburn
 University.
     Bob B. Peterson is chairman, president and chief executive officer of
 Imperial Oil Limited, Exxon's affiliate in Canada.
     Mr. Peterson joined the producing department of Imperial Oil in 1960 and
 held a variety of assignments with Imperial and its affiliates in Canada and
 the U.S.  He became president and chief operating officer of Imperial in 1988,
 chairman and chief executive officer in 1992 and chairman, president and chief
 executive officer in 1994.  He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in
 chemical engineering from Queen's University.
     G. L. (Jerry) Kohlenberger is president of the newly formed ExxonMobil
 Global Services Company, located in Dallas.  Mr. Kohlenberger also is vice
 president of Global Information Services, located in Fairfax, Virginia.
 ExxonMobil Global Services Company will be responsible for information
 services, procurement and real estate services for Exxon Mobil Corporation.
 Before the merger, Mr. Kohlenberger had served as general manager of Global
 Information Systems, Mobil Business Resources Corporation and chief
 information officer for Mobil Oil Corporation since 1998.
     Mr. Kohlenberger joined Mobil as a project engineer at the Torrance,
 California, refinery in 1974.  He has held a variety of project engineering,
 planning, supply and technical/maintenance supervisory and management
 assignments in Mobil's marketing and refining organization in the U.S. and
 Singapore and in Mobil Technology Company.  Mr. Kohlenberger holds bachelor's
 and master's degrees in civil engineering and an MBA in finance from the
 University of Southern California.
 
 

SOURCE Exxon Mobil Corporation

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