Not even close; by assets, revenues, reserves, and other ways, ExxonMobil comes in at about #17.
It is the largest non-national oil company, however, but you really have to count the national oil companies as they are in the markets just as the others are.
Also, this has been answered repeatedly here on greenanswers.
I’m not completely sure what you mean by “largest” but ExxonMobil is the world’s most valuable publicly traded company, with a market capitalization of nearly $415 billion. It may reach second place soon with Apple catching up, but this definitely puts it as the world’s most valued oil company in terms of public trading.
Just note that “publicly traded” excludes the nationally owned companies, with 16 larger than ExxonMobil by any other estimation.
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