Friday, December 13, 2013

WORLD TOP 20: Oil and Gas Company (2013)

Last year, I have posted about WORLD TOP 25: Oil and Gas Company (2012). Now let's move on to the new list. As always, this list is being taken from FORBES website, so you can tell it is true or not. Keep in mind that, companies listed below is arranged according to combined volumes of Oil and Natural Gas produce per day. Hope you enjoy knowing the sequence!

20. Statoil (Norway) - 2.00 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 20th]


19. Petroleum De Venezuela S.A. (Venezuela) - 2.10 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 22th]


18. Sonatrach (Algeria) - 2.19 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 12th]


17. Iraq Oil (Iraq) - 2.22 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 16th]


16. Lukoil (Russia) - 2.30 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 18th] 


15. Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (UAE) - 2.40 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 11th] 


14. Qatar Petroleum (Qatar) - 2.40 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 17th]  


13. Petrobras (Brazil) - 2.50 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 14th] 


12. Total (France) - 2.60 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 13th]  


11. British Petroleum (British) - 3.10 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 6th] 


10. Kuwait Petroleum Company (Kuwait) - 3.40 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 10th]  


9. Chevron (USA) - 3.50 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 9th]  


8. Pemex (Mexico) - 3.60 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 8th] 

  
7. Petro China (China) - 3.90 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 5th]  


6. Royal Dutch Shell (Netherlands) - 4.00 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 7th]   


5. Rosneft (Russia) - 4.60 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 15th]  


4. Exxon Mobil (USA) - 5.30 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 4th]   


3. National Iranian Oil Company (Iran) - 6.10 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 3rd] 


2. Gazprom (Russia) - 8.10 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 2nd]   


1. Saudi Aramco (Saudi Arabia) - 12.70 Million barrels [Previous Ranking: 1st]  


Eh, a list is missing out, where is PETRONAS from Malaysia? Last year it was 25th but I think this year it would be maintain around that position (Forbes only listed out 20 companies this year). As a conclusion, what more can I say? No 1 is way too far from no 2. No 2 is also too far from no 3. But in this list there are 3 RUSSIAN companies. Beware of that?! But I am still proud as many Arabian companies are in the list as well. Share it if you like.

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