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Forbes.com provides a list of the largest oil companies in the world, using data from 2012. According to the article published by Forbes, Saudi Aramco is the largest oil company in the entire world, bringing in revenues ... More »

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Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch Shell and Chevron are three of the largest oil and gas companies in the world based on total stock market capitalization for 2014, reports Statista. Exxon Mobil’s market cap is $422 billion, Roya... More »

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Find the histories of some major oil companies at the official websites of Shell, BP and Time Magazine. These sites offer information on the formation and expansion of major oil companies such as Shell and BP. More »

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Alaska’s major industries include oil and gas, tourism and fishing. The largest industry is oil and gas, which provides more than 84 percent of the state’s annual budget as of 2014. Commercial fishing in Alaska results i... More »

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ADT, Allied Barton Security Services and Securitas are three major security companies within the United States. ADT is one of the largest security companies as of 2015, and has over 100 U.S. installation branches. Allied... More »

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