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2016 Largest Oil and Gas Companies

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  1. Royal Dutch Shell: US$234.8 billion (Netherlands)
  2. PetroChina: $214.8 billion (China)
  3. Exxon Mobil: $197.5 billion (United States)
  4. BP: $183.8 billion (United Kingdom)
  5. Total: $128.1 billion (France)
  6. Chevron: $110.5 billion (United States)
  7. China Petroleum & Chemical: $105.1 billion (China)
  8. Gazprom: $91.4 billion (Russia)
  9. Petrobras: $81.1 billion (Brazil)
  10. Valero Energy: $75.7 billion (United States)
  11. Rosneft: $74.9 billion (Russia)
  12. LukOil: $74.6 billion (Russia)
  13. SK Holdings: $72.1 billion (South Korea)
  14. JXTG Holdings: $72 billion (Japan)
  15. Phillips 66: $71.2 billion (United States)
  16. Eni: $61.6 billion (Italy)
  17. Marathon Petroleum: $56 billion (United States)
  18. Indian Oil: $54.1 billion (India)
  19. PTT PCL: $48.7 billion (Thailand)
  20. Statoil: $45.7 billion (Norway)
  21. Reliance Industries: $41.8 billion (India)
  22. Repsol YPF: $38.4 billion (Spain)
  23. SK Innovation: $34.1 billion (South Korea)
  24. Bharat Petroleum: $28.8 billion (India)
  25. Hindustan Petroleum: $28.5 billion (India)