ExxonMobil disclosed a steeper-than-expected 11% drop-off in first-quarter profits on Thursday as the energy heavyweight was hurt by its chemical and exploration and production divisions. Shares of the world’s largest publicly traded energy company retreated more than 1% in the wake of the earnings miss.Irving, Tex.-based Exxon said it earned $9.45 billion, or $2 a share, last quarter, compared with a profit of $10.65 billion, or $2.14 a share, a year earlier. Analysts had been calling for more robust EPS of $2.09. Revenue jumped 8.8% to $124.05 billion, but that also trailed forecasts from Wall Street, which expected $124.76 billion. “First quarter results reflect our ongoing focus on developing and delivering energy needed to support job creation and economic growth,” CEO Rex Tillerson said in a statement.