The Top 10 Oil & Gas Companies in the World: 2019

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https://www.oilandgasiq.com/strategy-management-and-information/articles/oil-and-gas-companies Biggest oil and gas companies in the world ranked by annual revenue. 2019 1. Sinopec 2018 Revenue: $377 billion Ownership: State-owned Nationality: China 2018 Net Income: $9.1 billion 2018 Barrels per day: 4.88 million --------------------------------------------------- 2.Saudi Aramco saudi-aramco 2018 Revenue: $355.9 bn Ownership: State-owned Nationality: Saudi Arabia 2018 Net Income: $111.1 bn 2018 barrels per day: 13.6 million ----------------------------------------------------- 3. China National Petroleum 2018 Revenue: $324 billion Ownership: State-owned Nationality: China 2018 Net Income: $5.4 billion 2018 Barrels per day: 1.9 million ------------------------------------------------------- 4. Royal Dutch Shell shell_logo_4__1_ 2018 Revenue: $322 billion Ownership: Public Limited Company Nationality: UK-Netherlands 2018 Net Income: $23.9 billion 2018 Barrels per day: 3.7 million -------------------------------------------------------- 5. BP bp-logo 2018 Revenue: $303.7 billion Ownership: Public Limited Company Nationality: UK 2018 Net Income: $9.58 billion 2018 Barrels per day: 4.1 million --------------------------------------------------------- 6. ExxonMobil hcp-exxon-mobil-logo 2018 Revenue: $241 billion Ownership: Private Limited Company Nationality: U.S. 2018 Net Income: $20.84 billion 2018 Barrels per day: 4.91 million ---------------------------------------------------------- 7. Total logo_total_s_a 2018 Revenue: $156 billion Ownership: Public Nationality: France 2018 Net Income: $13.6 billion 2018 Barrels per day: 2.8 million ----------------------------------------------------------- 8. Valero 2018 Revenue: $117 billion Ownership: Public Nationality: U.S 2018 Net Income: $4.1 billion 2018 Barrels per day: 3.1 million ----------------------------------------------------------- 9. Gazprom gazprom-logo_20100813_1_2 2018 Revenue: $112 billion Ownership: Public Nationality: Russia 2018 Net Income: $5.8 billion 2018 Barrels per day: 9.7 million ------------------------------------------------------------ 10. Phillips 66 2018 Revenue: $111 billion Ownership: Public Nationality: U.S. 2018 Net Income: $5.106 billion 2018 Barrels per day: 2.2 million -------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------- Additional mentions Kuwait Petroleum Corp 2017 Revenue: $251 billion Nationality: Kuwait Lukoil 2017 Revenue: $114 billion Nationality: Russia Eni 2017 Revenue: $131 billion Nationality: Italy Pemex 2017 Revenue: $117 billion Nationality: Mexico Chevron Corporation 2017 Revenue:$129 billion Nationality: USA National Iranian Oil Co (NIOC) 2017 Revenue: $110 billion Nationality: Iran
 
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I bought some Sinopec oil, but sold my PSD before I had a chance to use it. The VOA of the oil was good though and I have no doubt it would have been fine.
 

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Originally Posted by 2015_PSD
I bought some Sinopec oil, but sold my PSD before I had a chance to use it. The VOA of the oil was good though and I have no doubt it would have been fine.
That's interesting, where'd you get it from?
 
Thanks for the info Wemay. Shell threw in the towel, took their write downs and lowered their dividend. Exxon is still holding off. Maybe they know something the others don't. We'll see. It was a pretty good 15 year run for the oil companies. The end of oil? I think not.
 
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XOM seems to have bet the farm on Guyana … massive reserves and close to the refineries … (just starting to ramp up) …
 
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Originally Posted by wemay
Originally Posted by 2015_PSD
I bought some Sinopec oil, but sold my PSD before I had a chance to use it. The VOA of the oil was good though and I have no doubt it would have been fine.
That's interesting, where'd you get it from?
Amazon had it for about $45 for a 5 gallon pail when it bought it (CJ-4).
 
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I’d take Sinopec and CNP our the equation here. Don’t care for state owned business that run a monopoly on their own or with fellow state owned companies in the same field. Give me a company that is strong in a free market and I’ll give them the respect they deserve (Shell, Xon, BP etc)
 

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I’d take Sinopec and CNP our the equation here. Don’t care for state owned business that run a monopoly on their own or with fellow state owned companies in the same field. Give me a company that is strong in a free market and I’ll give them the respect they deserve (Shell, Xon, BP etc)
Chinese oil companies do oil for infrastructure deals to use their (fill in blank here) labor … build high rise buildings that remain empty and then there is no cash put into the economic spectrum …
 
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