Largest Energy Companies

Market Capitalization
Market CapitalizationEfficiencyMarket RiskExp Return
1XOM Exxon Mobil Corp
412.35 B
 0.00 
 1.16 
 0.01 
2CVX Chevron Corp
286.28 B
 0.10 
 1.07 
 0.11 
3SHEL Shell PLC ADR
206.68 B
(0.04)
 1.06 
(0.05)
4TTE TotalEnergies SE ADR
150.62 B
(0.08)
 1.26 
(0.10)
5COP ConocoPhillips
131.18 B
(0.03)
 1.28 
(0.04)
6PBR-A Petrleo Brasileiro SA
112.77 B
 0.15 
 1.60 
 0.25 
7PBR Petroleo Brasileiro Petrobras
112.77 B
 0.12 
 1.64 
 0.20 
8BP BP PLC ADR
100.61 B
(0.01)
 1.20 
(0.02)
9EQNR Equinor ASA ADR
74.23 B
(0.21)
 1.90 
(0.40)
10ENB Enbridge
74.1 B
 0.04 
 0.93 
 0.04 
11CNQ Canadian Natural Resources
71.12 B
 0.02 
 1.87 
 0.04 
12SLB Schlumberger NV
69.93 B
(0.05)
 1.82 
(0.10)
13EOG EOG Resources
65.23 B
(0.10)
 1.45 
(0.15)
14PSX Phillips 66
62.94 B
 0.28 
 1.37 
 0.38 
15MPC Marathon Petroleum Corp
62.39 B
 0.12 
 1.74 
 0.22 
16EPD Enterprise Products Partners
60.12 B
 0.09 
 0.69 
 0.06 
17PXD Pioneer Natural Resources
54.31 B
(0.01)
 1.29 
(0.02)
18OXY Occidental Petroleum
52.79 B
 0.01 
 1.36 
 0.01 
19ET Energy Transfer LP
50.15 B
 0.15 
 0.99 
 0.14 
20E Eni SpA ADR
49.27 B
(0.10)
 1.18 
(0.12)
The analysis above is based on a 90-day investment horizon and a default level of risk. Use the Portfolio Analyzer to fine-tune all your assumptions. Check your current assumptions here.
Market Capitalization is the total market value of a company's equity. It is one of many ways to value a company and is calculated by multiplying the price of the stock by the number of shares issued. If a firm has one type of stock its market capitalization will be the current market share price multiplied by the number of shares. However, if a company has multiple types of equities then the market cap will be the total of the market caps of the different types of shares. In most publications or references market cap is broken down into the mega-cap, large-cap, mid-cap, small-cap, micro-cap, and nano-cap. Market Cap is a measurement of business as total market value of all of the outstanding shares at a given time, and can be used to compare different companies based on their size.