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The pre-1911 '''Standard Oil Company''' was split into 34 separate companies <ref> Standard Oil [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_Oil]</ref> after anti-trust action by the U.S. Government including:
 
The pre-1911 '''Standard Oil Company''' was split into 34 separate companies <ref> Standard Oil [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_Oil]</ref> after anti-trust action by the U.S. Government including:
* Standard Oil of New Jersey - now [[Exxon|ExxonMobil]]
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* Standard Oil of New Jersey - now [[Exxon Corporation|ExxonMobil]]
 
* Standard Oil of Ohio - later [[Sohio]]
 
* Standard Oil of Ohio - later [[Sohio]]
 
* Standard Oil of Indiana - later [[Amoco]]
 
* Standard Oil of Indiana - later [[Amoco]]
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[[Category: Country - USA]]
 
[[Category: Country - USA]]
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[[Category: Oil and gas extraction]]
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[[Category: Oil Products]]
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[[Category: Chemicals and Lubricants]]

Latest revision as of 20:58, 8 January 2016

The pre-1911 Standard Oil Company was split into 34 separate companies [1] after anti-trust action by the U.S. Government including:

  • Standard Oil of New Jersey - now ExxonMobil
  • Standard Oil of Ohio - later Sohio
  • Standard Oil of Indiana - later Amoco
  • Standard Oil of California - now Chevron
  • Standard Oil of New York - later Mobil


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  1. Standard Oil [1]