Exxon Mobil Financial Anaysis

5230 Words Oct 7th, 2011 21 Pages
Table of Contents 1. Introduction 1 1.2 Corporate Background 1 a. Industry 2 b. Products 2 c. Target market 3 d. Competitive environment 3 2. Income Statement Measures and Discussion 5 a. Exxon Mobil Income Statement 5 b. Net Cash Flow 6 c. Net Operating Profit after Tax (NOPAT) 6 d. Operating Cash Flow (OCF) 7 2.1 Balance Sheet Measures and Discussion 8 a. Exxon Mobil Balance Sheet 8 b. Net Operating Working Capital (NOWC) 8 c. Total Operating Capital 10 d. Net Investment in OPC and Gross Investment in OPC 10 2.2 Free Cash Flow (FCF) 11 3. Financial Ratios 12 a. Quick ratio 12 b. Debt to total asset ratio 13 c. TIE ratio 13 d. P/E ratio 14 e. Market/Book Ratio 14 4. …show more content…
Exxon, Esso, and Mobil are three of Exxon Mobil’s brands that provide fuels, services and lubricants to fulfill personal and business needs. Their products drive modern transportation, power cities, lubricate industry and provide petrochemical building blocks that lead to thousands of consumer goods. c. Target market Exxon Mobil being the world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company has a very large target market because they supply a high percentage of the people who use energy on a daily bases. Exxon Mobil’s customer mission statement is “Success depends on our ability to consistently satisfy ever-changing customer preferences. We commit to be innovative and responsive, while offering high quality products and services at competitive prices.” d. Competitive environment
The Major Integrated Oil and Gas industry is a very competitive environment. There is no room for relaxation, for a company to be at the top, they must always have to strive to make their product or product better. Below is a list of the top ten competitors of Exxon Mobil. As you can see from the chart below, Exxon Mobil is the leader in this industry and is the largest publicly traded international oil and Gas Company. Exxon Mobil’s Net income compared to its number of employee’s is where one can see how much better
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