Exxon's 2012 profit of $44.9B just misses record

Exxon Mobil annual profit hits $44.9 billion, just short of company's 2008 record

Associated Press

Exxon Mobil Corp. nearly set a record for annual profit. The oil giant reported Friday that 2012 net income was $44.88 billion, just $340 million — less than 1 percent — short of the company's record set in 2008, when crude oil prices hit an all-time high. Exxon's profit for the last 10 years totals $343.4 billion.

— $44.88 billion in 2012

— $41.06 billion in 2011

— $30.46 billion in 2010

— $19.28 billion in 2009

— $45.22 billion in 2008

— $40.61 billion in 2007

— $39.50 billion in 2006

— $36.13 billion in 2005

— $25.33 billion in 2004

— $20.96 billion in 2003

Source: Exxon Mobil annual reports filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

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