2016 Largest Oil and Gas Companies

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Below are 25 of the world’s largest oil and gas companies ordered by total sales (both domestic and international) in 2016. Shown within parenthesis is the country where each conglomerate has its headquarters.

Source http://www.worldstopexports.com/largest-oil-and-gas-export-companies/

  1. Sinopec-China Petroleum: US$283.6 billion (China)
  2. PetroChina: $274.6 billion (China)
  3. Royal Dutch Shell: $264.9 billion (Netherlands)
  4. Exxon Mobil: $236.8 billion (United States)
  5. BP: $218.7 billion (United Kingdom)
  6. Total: $143.4 billion (France)
  7. Chevron: $129.9 billion (United States)
  8. Gazprom: $102.1 billion (Russia)
  9. Petrobras: $96.3 billion (Brazil)
  10. LukOil: $90.4 billion (Russia)
  11. Valero Energy: $87.8 billion (United States)
  12. Eni: $87.2 billion (Italy)
  13. Phillips 66: $85.2 billion (United States)
  14. Rosneft: $80.8 billion (Russia)
  15. JX Holdings: $76.2 billion (Japan)
  16. Indian Oil: $70.6 billion (India)
  17. Marathon Petroleum: $64.5 billion (United States)
  18. PTT PCL: $59.1 billion (Thailand)
  19. Statoil: $58 billion (Norway)
  20. Repsol YPF: $44.1 billion (Spain)
  21. SK Innovation: $42.7 billion (South Korea)
  22. Reliance Industries: $42.2 billion (India)
  23. Bharat Petroleum: $38.4 billion (India)
  24. SK Holdings: $35 billion (South Korea)
  25. Hindustan Petroleum: $34.4 billion (India)

 

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