Esso S.A.F.

About Esso S.A.F.

Esso S.A.F. refines, distributes, and markets refined petroleum products in France and internationally. The company's refining products include gas, gasoline, fuels and combustibles, and bitumens; petrochemical products, such as steam cracking, intermediate products, polyethylene, polypropylene, Escorez, additives for petroleum products, and Vistalon. It also manufactures and sells base oils, finished lubricants, white oils, and paraffins. In addition, the company operates a network of service stations under the Esso and Esso Express brands, as well as provides greases. It offers fuels under the Esso brand name and lubricants under the Mobil brand. The company markets its products through a network of authorized distributors, resellers, and directly to industrial accounts. Esso S.A.F. was founded in 1902 and is headquartered in Nanterre, France. Esso S.A.F. is a subsidiary of ExxonMobil France Holding S.A.S.

<p>Depuis 1902, Esso S.A.F. fabrique en France une large gamme de produits pétroliers. Pour cela, Esso achète le pétrole brut sur le marché international, le transforme dans ses deux raffineries et commercialise les produits raffinés.</p>

ES.PA France

51.8USD0.2 (-0.39%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

Paris exchange

Sector: Energy

Industry: Oil & Gas Refining & Marketing

Location France, Nanterre

Grade: ADF

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