by Michelle Heath and Aaron Foyer
Between oil and gas, renewables, mining, infrastructure, and power—energy companies represent some of the largest corporations on earth.
Last year, Nextera surpassed ExxonMobil as the largest energy company in the U.S.
Where is it now?
Sep 16th 2021 | Business, Electricity, Materials, Mining, Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy
Between oil and gas, renewables, mining, infrastructure and power, energy companies represent some of the largest corporations on earth.
Ørsted – The Danish wind power developer Ørsted is the largest pure play renewable company.
Saudi Aramco – The Saudi Arabian oil behemoth is larger than the next 14 energy corporations combined.
Nextera – Nextera briefly surpassed ExxonMobil last year as the largest energy company in the United States.
Reliance – Reliance Industries produces nearly roughly 70% of its revenue from refining, marketing and petrochemicals.
China Shenua – China consumes more than half of all coal globally, with much of it being produced locally.