The cost-cutting will take place to bolster the company's competitiveness during present market conditions, which Exxon says are unparalleled.
The timing – and which divisions the supermajor intends to trim – remain undisclosed. However, the reductions follow on the heels of previously announced adjustments in Europe and Australia entailing 1,600 layoffs.
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