ExxonMobil Chemical Company appoints Damon A Davis as Vice President synthetic fluids & lubricant

ExxonMobil appoints new Vice President of synthetic fluids & lubricant, Damon Davis

9:11 AM, 8th August 2014
ExxonMobil Chemical Company
Damon A Davis, Vice President, global synthetic fluids & lubricant, ExxonMobil.

HOUSTON, US: ExxonMobil Chemical Company announced the appointment of Damon A Davis as Vice President of its global synthetic fluids and lubricant base stocks business. He replaces Russ C Green, who has been appointed vice president of the retail fuels global business for ExxonMobil Fuels, Lubricants & Specialties Marketing Company.

Davis joined ExxonMobil in 1996 and has progressed through a variety of positions in the company’s fuels and lubricants, refining and supply, and downstream business services organizations at locations in the US and Singapore. Most recently, he served as business analysis and reporting manager for ExxonMobil’s fuels and lubricants marketing business.

 

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