ExxonMobil’s vice president to retire

ExxonMobil's vice president to retire

U.S.-based energy giant ExxonMobil on Friday said its vice president and general counsel, Jack Balagia informed the company of his intention to retire on November 1, following over 18 years of service. 

The company noted in its statement that Randall Ebner, currently assistant general counsel will be named vice president and general counsel of ExxonMobil.

Balagia, who will reach the mandatory retirement age of 65 in October, joined the Exxon Company, USA law department in May 1998 in Houston as counsel in the litigation group. He became the coordinator for Upstream litigation in 1999 and assistant general counsel in 2004. He was named to his current position in March 2010.

Ebner joined the Exxon Company, USA law department in May 1980 in New Orleans, where he was an attorney in the litigation group. He became coordinator of Upstream litigation in Houston in 1998 and undertook several special assignments before being named chief attorney of ExxonMobil Chemical Company in 2000 and chief attorney of ExxonMobil Gas & Power Marketing Company in 2003, the company informed in a statement.

Ebner was named assistant general counsel for the corporation in 2009.

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