Total vs Exxonmobil Financial Analysis

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TOTAL :

* Business : Total sale many products: Gas, oil, Liquefied natural gas, electricity, coal, GPL, Petcoke.
Total operate in all sectors of the oil industry, its activities are divided in 4 sectors: * Upstream sector: Exploration-Production, Gas &Powder. * Refining chemistry: Refining-chemistry, Trading-Shipping. * Marketing & Services: Marketing & Services, News energies. * Investissements: Investissements achieve, Planned investissements.

Outcomes by sector: - Upstream Sector:

Refining chemistry:

- Marketing & Services:

The benefit from the financial statements of TOTAL SA, parent company, amounted to EUR 6,031 million in fiscal 2013 against 6 520 million for fiscal 2012.

* Customers:

Marketing & Services includes all commercial and supply the Group's customers in petroleum products and related services activities.
Marketing & Services business Total develops, supplies and markets petroleum products and related services. It covers: - The commercial activities of stations (for light and heavy vehicles); - General trade of fuels, biofuels, domestic and heavy fuel oils, lubricants, LPG, bitumen, aviation fuels, special fuels and additives & special fluids.
Moreover, Total has a network of international distribution. The distribution of Total fuels are more than 15,000 service stations and serves approximately 3 million of customers per day.
Products of the Marketing & Services branch are distributed in more than 150 countries.

* Sales geographic breakdown:

Total is a leading distributor in Western Europe and the first retailer on the African continent.
Product sales in 2013 by geographic area: 1,749 kb / d

Sales of refined products Distribution of the network of service stations

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Profit…...

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