Darren Woods Wiki, Age, Wife, Family, House, CEO, Exxon, Net Worth
Darren Woods Wiki, Age, Wife, Family, House, CEO, ExxonMobil, Net Worth, BMW, Facebook. Darren W. Woods Wiki (born 1964/65) is an American businessman, energy executive, and the chief executive officer (CEO) and chairman of ExxonMobil since January 1, 2017. Darren Woods (Darren W. Woods) succeeded Rex W. Tillerson to become the next CEO and Chairman of one of the leading publicly traded oil and gas companies of the world, Exxon Mobil, in 2017. Darren Woods Wiki
The current ExxonMobil CEO Darren started his journey with the oil and gas company back in 1992 when he joined the firm as Planning Analyst. From thereon, he came up through the ranks to obtain the coveted leadership position. Since the time he joined Exxon as the Chief Executive, the company’s revenues are increasing.
Darren Woods Wiki
Exxon Mobil CEO Darren Woods (As per 2018 Age 53) was born in the city of Wichita, Kansas. He and his wife Kathy Woods gifted 50,000 USD to Dr. Ashley Lind (Promise House CEO) to help his non-profit organization in its mission of assisting homeless youth with critical services.
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|Born||1964/1965 (As Per 2018 Age 53)
Wichita, Kansas, U.S.
|Alma mater||Texas A&M University (BS)
Kellogg School of Management(MBA)
|Occupation||Chairman & CEO, Exxon Mobil|
|Predecessor||Rex W. Tillerson|
Darren Woods Wife & Family
Darren Woods Wife name Kathryn Woods. And he has two sons and one daughter in their family.
Darren Woods Education
Darren has done a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Texas A&M University. He also attended Kellogg School of Management in Evanston, Illinois – Northwestern University for Master’s in Business Administration. Darren Woods Wiki
Darren Woods Net Worth & Salary
In 2017, Darren got a salary of 17.5 million USD. His net worth will be shared soon.
In 2017, ExxonMobil’s market valuation was estimated to be around 355 billion USD. For information related to funding and investors, you will need to wait till the next update.
If appointed CEO, Darren Woods will likely earn significantly more than the $10.3 million he saw in 2015. Tillerson’s 2015 compensation checked in at $27.3 million, including a base salary of $3 million.
Darren Woods Early Life and Education
Darren Woods was born in Wichita, Kansas. He has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Texas A&M University, followed by an MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management. Darren Woods Wiki
Darren Woods Career
Before becoming the CEO at ExxonMobil, Woods became its President and a Board of Director in 2016. In 2014, he served Exxon Mobil Corporation as Senior Vice President. In 2012, he worked at its Refining and Supply arm as President and at Exxon Mobil Corporation as Vice President. Prior to that, in 2010, he was made the VP of Supply and Transportation in Virginia. In 2008, he became the Director of Refining for the Middle East, Africa and Europe regions at ExxonMobil Refining and Supply Company. He operated from Brussels. Before that, in 2005, he joined the position of VP of Texas-based Exxon Mobil Chemical Company to take charge of its specialty-chemical businesses worldwide. His career started with New Jersey-based Exxon Company International as Planning Analyst in 1992.
Rex Tillerson’s nomination by President Donald Trump to be the next United States Secretary of State. While his predecessor was involved in dealmaking and exploration, Woods is a veteran of the refining side of the oil business. Prior to becoming CEO, Woods ran the refining and chemical divisions of the company, which delivered the majority of ExxonMobil’s $7.8 billion net income in 2016.
At an investor meeting in New York in 2017, Woods outlined his growth plan including drilling in the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico and the Bakken shale formation in North Dakota. He also spoke briefly about the company’s operations in Russia, expressing an optimistic outlook regarding Exxon’s Sakhalin project on Russia’s eastern coast.
Darren Woods Positions
Woods has publicly endorsed the Paris climate accord. The accord commits nations to cutting greenhouse gas emissions. In May 2017, Woods wrote a personal letter to President Donald Trump to urge that the U.S. remain a party to the agreement. He says that by remaining a party to the accords the U.S. will have a seat at the table to “ensure a level playing field” and support “the most cost-effective greenhouse gas reduction options”.
He has said that the combination of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing has “shattered the Peak Oil myth”.
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