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6. Chevron
Chevron
Financials: Latest Results
Rank: 6 (Previous rank: 7)
CEO: David J. O'Reilly
Employees: 65,035
Address: 6001 Bollinger Canyon Rd.
San Ramon, California  94583
Country: U.S.
Website: www.chevron.com
A leader when it comes to offshore drilling, the California-based company is relying on a number of projects - including Tahiti, which stalled production in 2007 - to alleviate demands at home and abroad.

In an effort to clean up its image, Chevron launched its largest-ever global advertising campaign, called “The Power of Human Energy,” to prove that it too is concerned with climate change. The company’s progress is promising. With a net income of $18.7 billion in 2007, it was the fourth consecutive year Chevron achieved record earnings.
Revenues 210,783.0 5.1
Profits 18,688.0 9.0
Assets 148,786.0
Stockholders' equity 77,088.0
Revenues 9
Assets 13
1 Exxon Mobil 2 372,824.0
2 Royal Dutch Shell 3 355,782.0
3 BP 4 291,438.0
4 Chevron 6 210,783.0
5 Total 8 187,279.5
6 ConocoPhillips 10 178,558.0
7 Sinopec 16 159,259.6
8 China National Petroleum 25 129,798.3
9 ENI 27 120,564.7
10 Valero Energy 49 96,758.0
11 Statoil Hydro 59 89,223.9
12 Petrobras 63 87,735.0
13 SK Holdings 86 70,716.9
14 Lukoil 90 67,205.0
15 Repsol YPF 92 67,006.4
16 Petronas 95 66,218.2
17 Marathon Oil 108 60,044.0
18 Indian Oil 116 57,427.0
19 Nippon Oil 117 57,049.2
20 PTT 135 51,192.5
21 Sunoco 168 42,101.0
22 Rosneft Oil 203 36,184.0
23 Reliance Industries 206 35,914.9
24 Nippon Mining Holdings 215 35,139.5
25 Hess 240 31,924.0
26 Idemitsu Kosan 262 29,843.9
27 GS Holdings 267 29,476.7
28 Bharat Petroleum 287 27,872.8
29 Hindustan Petroleum 290 27,717.9
30 OMV Group 295 27,432.8
31 Cosmo Oil 302 26,568.0
32 Cepsa 313 25,853.2
33 CPC 324 24,808.0
34 Tesoro 388 21,675.0
35 Formosa Petrochemical 395 21,343.8
36 Petro-Canada 430 19,788.8
37 Murphy Oil 456 18,439.1
38 PKN Orlen Group 477 17,567.3
39 Galp Energia 484 17,331.3
From the July 21, 2008 issue
Revenues: excise taxes have been deducted.
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