Executive vice-president and director of ExxonMobil retires

By OGJ editors

HOUSTON, Sept. 14 -- Harry J. Longwell, executive vice-president and director of ExxonMobil Corp., has announced his intention to retire at year-end 2004 after more than 41 years of service.

It is anticipated that the board will make the following elections and appointments, to be effective Oct. 1:

Stuart R. McGill, currently president, ExxonMobil Production Co., is expected to be elected a senior vice-president of the corporation.

Taking over for McGill as president of the production unit will be Morris E. Foster, currently president, ExxonMobil Development Co. In addition, it is anticipated that Foster will be elected as a vice-president of the corporation.

Mark W. Albers, currently executive assistant to the chairman, ExxonMobil Corp., will succeed Foster as president of EMDC.

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