Top Oil Stocks By Market Cap – XOM, CVX, BP, COP, APC, RDS.A
By:NewsyStocks   Friday, February 25, 2022 9:30 AM



Rising oil prices continue to dominate markets, sending world stocks lower. The escalating unrest in Libya, which has effectively split the country into two, has sent oil prices through the roof. The situation could fetch some exceptional results for the oil giants. Here is a snapshot of six largest Oil & Gas producing companies by Market Cap.

Exxon Mobil Corp (NYSE: XOM) is the largest company with a market capitalization of $428.04 billion. Exxon's shares lost 1.26 percent to settle at $85.97 on Thursday. The company is trading with a trailing P/E ratio of 13.82 and a price to sales ratio of 1.22. The PEG ratio of XOM is 1.08, but it comes with a dividend yield of 2 percent. For FY 2010, the company reported total revenues of $367.9 billion, with earnings of $30.46 billion, or $6.22 per share, up 58 percent compared to earnings of $19.4 billion, or $4.01 per share. The debt to equity ratio is 12.15 on a total debt of $18.29 billion.

Royal Dutch Shell Plc ADR (NYSE: RDS.A), an independent oil and gas company, has a market capitalization of $220.66 billion. The company is trading at a P/E of 10.76, and a debt to equity ratio of 29.80 on total debt of $44.33 billion. For FY 2010, Royal Dutch reported total revenues of $367.9 billion, with a net income of $21.9 billion. RDS's ADR closed lower by 0.005 percent to settle at $70.50 on Thursday.

Chevron Corp. (NYSE: CVX) with a market cap of $205.33 billion, makes it the second largest oil company in the US. The company is trading with a trailing P/E ratio of 8.79 and a price to sales ratio of 1.04. The PEG ratio of Chevron is 0.85 with a dividend yield of 2.88 percent. The debt to equity ratio is 10.31 on a total debt of $10.62 billion. For FY 2010, the company reported total revenues of $198.07 billion, with a net income of $16.7 billion. On February 18, Chevron completed the acquisition of Atlas Energy. CVX shares lost 0.23 percent to $102.03 on Thursday.

BP Plc (NYSE: BP), an international oil & gas company with a market cap of $148.43 billion, has been running in losses recently. Total revenue for FY 2010 was $308.8 billion with a net loss of $3.9 billion. BP has a price to sales ratio of 0.50 and PEG of 1.60. Its dividend yield stood at 2.70 percent. The current ratio is 1.16 and the debt to equity ratio is 47.28 on a total debt of $45.34 billion. BP lost 0.42 percent to settle at $47.38 on Thursday.

ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP) has a market cap of $113.54 billion. The company is trading with a trailing P/E ratio of 10.14 and a price to sales ratio of 0.66. The PEG ratio of COP is 8.75, with a dividend yield of 2.90 percent. For FY 2010, the company reported total revenues of $188.5 billion. Net income was $11.4 billion, compared to $4.4 billion in 2009. The debt to equity ratio is 41.16 on a total debt of $28.78 billion. ConocoPhillips' shares lost 1.64 percent to close at $77.28 on Thursday.

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (NYSE: APC) has 2.3 billion barrels of oil reserves and has a market capitalization of $38.76 billion. The P/E ratio of Anadarko is 51.41, while the sales to price ratio is 3.57. The PEG ratio of APC is 1.86, with a dividend yield of 0.50 percent. The debt to equity ratio is 60.70 on a total debt of $13.01 billion. For FY 2010, Anadarko reported net income from continuing operations attributable to common stockholders of $761 million, or $1.52 per share. FY 2010 cash flow from continuing operations was $5.247 billion. APC's shares lost 1.92 percent to close at $78.14 on Thursday.

 

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