up to date! Forbes 2000 announced that the strongest company in the oil industry has changed ownership!
Forbes announced the list of the "Top 2000 Global Enterprises" in 2020. The list is the largest and most powerful listed company in the world based on the four major indicators of business revenue, profit, assets and market value.
In the top 500 of the 2000, a total of 31 oil and gas companies made the list. Saudi Aramco made its debut on the list, ranking fifth with the Agricultural Bank of China in the top 2000 list. It is worth noting that Saudi Aramco has now replaced Shell as the only oil company to enter the TOP 10 in the Forbes 2000 list this year. In the 2019 Forbes 2000 (click to view details), Shell ranked 9th in the overall list and ranked first among oil and gas companies.
Among the top 15 companies in the oil and gas industry sub-list, there are 3 Russian companies, 2 American companies, 3 Chinese companies, 1 Saudi company, 1 Dutch company, 1 French company, 1 Norwegian company, 1 Indian company, 1 Canadian company, 1 Brazilian company.
As the only oil and gas company to enter the TOP 10 in the Forbes 2000 list this year, Saudi Aramco ranks first among oil and gas companies in terms of asset rankings, market value rankings and profit rankings.
Unit: US $ billion
Judging from the domestic indicators of three barrels of oil, it is worth noting that although among the TOP 15 oil and gas companies, CNOOC's ranking lags behind that of CNPC and Sinopec, all rankings of CNOOC have risen.
In addition to Saudi Aramco, in the top 2000, the top 10 oil and gas companies in assets, market value and profit are shown in the following table:
CNOOC ranked 126th in the 2000 list, which was the same as last year. In the oil and gas industry, CNOOC ranked 14th, an increase of one place from last year. In the ranking of the individual indicators of the top 2000, the rankings of indicators such as profit, assets, and market value have increased to varying degrees. Among them, the profit ranks 64th, an increase of 17 places from last year; the company's assets ranks 317, an increase of 2 places from last year; the market value ranks 196, an increase of 5 places from last year.
Unit: US $ billion
PetroChina ranks 32nd in the 2000 list, a decrease of 10 places compared to last year; PetroChina ranks 6th in the oil and gas industry, which is a decrease of 2 places compared to last year. Sinopec ranked 60th in the 2000 list, a decrease of 25 places compared to last year; in the oil and gas industry, Sinopec ranked 9th, a decrease of 2 places compared to last year.
In addition, in the field of oil services, although Weatherford has gone bankrupt and reorganized, Forbes still ranks fourth according to the company's four indicators of revenue, profit, assets and market value, and Technip FMC ranks fifth.