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What does SONJ stand for?

SONJ stands for Standard Oil of New Jersey

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Summary: In September 1928, at a castle in Achnacarry, Scotland, the world's first petroleum oligopoly was created when Royal Dutch Shell, Standard Oil of New Jersey (precursor of Exxon and Exxon-Mobil), and the Anglo-Persian Oil Company (later Anglo-Iranian and then British Petroleum), agreed to forego competition in international markets.
The last one of those that really worked was when Standard Oil of New Jersey became "Exxon" in the 1970s.
Ironically, Exxon, formerly Standard Oil of New Jersey, and Mobil, the erstwhile Standard Oil of New York, were split apart in 1911 when U.
He eventually built Standard Oil of New Jersey into a trust composed of 18 companies operating under a single board of directors.