Exxon Market Cap 2010-2023 | XOM

Exxon market cap history and chart from 2010 to 2023. Market capitalization (or market value) is the most commonly used method of measuring the size of a publicly traded company and is calculated by multiplying the current stock price by the number of shares outstanding. Exxon market cap as of February 21, 2024 is $407.19B.
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Oil & Gas - International Integrated $407.190B $344.582B
ExxonMobil's bellwether status in the energy space, optimal integrated capital structure that has historically produced industry-leading returns and management's track record of capex discipline across the commodity price cycle make it a relatively lower-risk energy sector play. The company owns some of the most prolific upstream assets globally. Other aspects of the company's story include the largest global refining operations, substantial chemicals assets and a dividend history and credit profile that are second to none in the space. ExxonMobil's capital spending discipline is quite aggressive. The company has a plan in place to allocate significant proportion of its budget to key oil and gas projects. The company's business perspective looks different from most peers since big oil rivals have pledged to lower carbon emissions to tackle climate change. ExxonMobil divides its operations into three main segments: Upstream, Downstream and Chemical.
Stock Name Country Market Cap PE Ratio
Chevron (CVX) United States $290.713B 11.73
Shell (SHEL) United Kingdom $207.532B 7.61
BP (BP) United Kingdom $100.722B 7.42
Eni SpA (E) Italy $54.340B 5.26
Woodside Petroleum (WDS) Australia $19.286B 0.00
Repsol SA (REPYY) Spain $18.765B 3.16
YPF Sociedad Anonima (YPF) Argentina $6.572B 4.25
New Fortress Energy LLC (NFE) United States $6.551B 12.06
Sasol (SSL) South Africa $4.859B 0.00
Braskem S.A (BAK) Brazil $3.582B 0.00
Vista Oil & Gas, S.A.B De C.V (VIST) Mexico $3.236B 6.08