FEATURE-Exxon taps scientists to fuel future growth


By Joseph A. Giannone NEW YORK, March 19 (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp. is the world's largest publicly traded energy company. And if it hopes to keep growing, it must replace billions of barrels of new oil and gas reserves each year without eroding profits. Technology is key to both challenges, even as oil prices hover near 13-year highs. Exxon spends more than $600 million a year on basic research and development and employs some 1,900 scientists and engineers, more than any other oil ...

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