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Endron, International. Changing the way the World burns
Endron International stands firmly in the bedrock of corporate America, it was founded by Oliver Treadwell, in Humble Texas as Standard Oil Corporation in 1911. Standard Oil was an American oil producing, transporting, refining, and marketing company that was established itself early and became an industry leader. Standard Oil it was the largest oil refiner in the world up to its near demise and reformation a half century after its founding. Its controversial history as one of the world’s first and largest multinational corporations almost came to an end in 1931, when the United States Supreme Court ruled that Standard was an illegal monopoly.
In 1932 Standard Oil filed for reorganization and became Endron Oil Products. For the first five years of operation it differed little in its day to day operation but in 1942 the company became a major supplier for the US government for the duration of World War II, today, in addition to its long history of involvement in petroleum exploration and logistics, and its patriotic service to America, Endron is now also the worlds largest producer of petroleum additives and petroleum products in the world but its also one of the worlds most generous corporate citizens. Endron block grants are given out to PBS, early start public education projects, and environmental groups.
In 2001, the the company rocked the nation with insider trading scandals that saw the companies entire board of directors arrested and its CEO was found mysteriously dead in his bedroom by his wife. Endron is currently restructuring after one of the largest accounting fraud scandals in the nations history.