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    Exxon Mobil is expanding in the U.S. and is also seeing growth overseas. While the company was hit with a 9.4% sales decrease from 2012, and profits took a 27.4% dive, there are bright spots for the energy giant.

    Projects in Singapore and Papua New Guinea took off in 2013, which show its commitment to growth not in just the U.S., but around the world. And stateside, the company is constructing a new chemical plant in its home state of Texas. Like China National Petroleum, Exxon Mobil has plans to partner with Russia, depending on whether oil is found in the Arctic.

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    Key Financials

    $ Millions% change
    Revenues407,666-9.4
    Profits32,580-27.4
    Assets346,808-