Largest Oil Companies

2015 has been a dramatic year for oil and gas companies. At least 37 companies filed for bankruptcy due to low oil prices. Worldwide the majors and national oil companies continue to compete for market share. Based on a global survey of 2014 production data by Rig Source, Inc. the ten largest oil and gas companies in the world are:

  1. China Petroleum and Chemical Corp. Sinopec - $455.06 billion
  2. China National Petroleum Corp. - $432 billion
  3. Royal Dutch Shell - $422 billion
  4. ExxonMobil - $394 billion
  5. Saudi Aramco - $378 billion
  6. BP - $358.7 billion
  7. TOTAL S.A. - $260 billion
  8. Kuwait Petroleum Corp. - $252 billion
  9. Chevron Corp. - $192 billion
  10. Lukoil - $144 billion