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ExxonMobil: Highest Valued Energy Company

ExxonMobil heads this year’s edition of the PFC Energy 50 Ranking of the World’s Top Energy Companies with a market capitalization of $406.3 bn. PetroChina slides one place to #2 with a market valuation of $276.6 bn and is followed by Royal Dutch Shell in third place, with a $234.6 bn valuation. The listing includes companies from nine …
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World's Top Energy Companies

PetroChina heads this year’s edition of the PFC Energy 50 Ranking of the World’s Top Energy Companies with a market capitalization of $353.1 billion, 9 percent larger than that of ExxonMobil. ExxonMobil and BHP Billiton took second and third place, respectively. The listing includes companies from nine sectors: International Oil Companies; National Oil Companies; Exploration …
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Electric Vehicles: A Force for the Future

Most of the major automotive manufacturers are investing heavily in electric vehicle design and manufacturing. Governments and other public sector bodies are making significant investments in the development of electric vehicles and introducing various tax credits, incentives and subsidies. Meanwhile, energy companies and other industries have also set their sights on electric vehicles. But most …
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Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings

ExxonMobil Corporation has retained the number one spot in the 2009 Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings for the fifth consecutive year. In second and third place were Chevron Corporation and Royal Dutch Shell plc, followed by BP plc and Total SA in fourth and fifth, respectively. Repsol YPF SA, the highest Spanish company …
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