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Question 1:
When was Esso founded?
in 1911 by Shri.T V Sundaram Iyengar
1911-06-20
1911
Arbed in 1911

Question 2:
Where is Esso?
900 Irving Ave, Syracuse, NY 13210
655 W. Irving Park Rd. Chicago, IL 60613
Irving, Texas, USA
815 North Irving Street, nAllentown, Pennsylvania

Question 3:

Question 4: In 1911, ________ was broken up into seven regional companies, each with the rights to the brand "Standard" in certain states (plus a number of other companies that had no territorial rights).
Henry Huttleston RogersJohn D. RockefellerStandard OilExxonMobil

Question 5: By 1941, it had also acquired the rights in Pennsylvania, Delaware, ________, Tennessee, and Louisiana.
ArkansasGeorgia (U.S. state)MissouriAlabama

Question 6: Pronounced /ˈɛsoʊ/ ("S-O"), it is derived from the initials of the pre-1911 ________, and as such became the focus of much litigation and regulatory restriction in the United States.
ExxonMobilStandard OilHenry Huttleston RogersJohn D. Rockefeller

Question 7: In most of the world, the Esso brand and the ________ brand are the primary brand names of ExxonMobil, with the Exxon brand name still in use only in the United States alongside Mobil.
Standard OilMobilPetroleumFilling station

Question 8: Esso Blue was the brand name of Esso's paraffin oil (kerosene) for domestic heaters in countries such as the ________.
EnglandUnited KingdomWalesCanada

Question 9: In ________, the Esso brand is used on stations operated by Imperial Oil, which is 69.8% owned by ExxonMobil.
CanadaUnited KingdomBarbadosUnited States

Question 10: Standard Oil of New Jersey ("Jersey Standard") had the rights in that state, plus in Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and the ________.
BostonPhoenix, ArizonaWashington, D.C.Atlanta







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