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10 Oil and Gas Automation Companies


10 Oil and Gas Automation Companies | Since the beginning of the 20th century, the world's oil needs continued to grow as countries and consumers around the world grow. Petroleum is also a black gold that many people hunt. From this black gold, giant companies emerged.

Based on data from Therichest, here is a list of the ten largest oil and gas automation companies based on daily production rate:

1. Saudi Aramco (12 million-barrels per day)

The company, formed in 1944, produces more than 12 million barrels of oil per day, with revenues reaching $1 billion per day. Currently, all of its shares are owned by the Government of Saudi Arabia. The company is very large, it has its own air service complete with aircraft, helicopters, and two airports in the United States. #tankfarmpropane

2. Gazprom (9.7 million-barrels per day)

Gazprom is a gas company that supplies natural gas to various regions of Europe. Currently the majority of the shares are owned by Russia, a small part of it is owned by individuals. Officially known as the Joint Public Stock of Gazprom Company, Gazprom is the world's largest natural gas company.

3. National Iranian Oil Company (6.4 million-barrels per day)

The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) holds third place among the world's largest oil and gas producers. The company was originally British-owned in the early 20th century, but after the rise of Iranian nationalists in 1951 and iran's Islamic revolution in 1979, all foreigners left Iran  and all oil production efforts were taken over by domestic employees. NIOC continues to grow and become successful.

4. ExxonMobil (5.3 million-barrels per day)

The company had revenue in 2013 of $420 billion. ExxonMobil is one of the world's largest and well-known oil and gas companies with very high production capacity. Despite its poor environmental record, leading to criticism from human rights and environmental groups, ExxonMobil continues to expand its operations.

5. PetroChina (4.4 million-barrels per day)

PetroChina is a Chinese oil and gas company. Founded in 1999, the company's annual revenue is reported to be $325 billion, this figure likely to be much higher once market data is recently released. In world development, PetroChina is involved in Africa, in Australia, where it signed a $50 billion contract for natural gas. #khairpedia


6. British Petroleum (BP) (4.1 million-barrels per day)

The company owns drilling areas in various countries from the Middle East to Alaska. After the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill, the company sold some assets to help pay $4.5 billion in fines and legal fees.

7. Royal-Dutch Shell company (about 3.9 million-barrels per day)

Like other oil companies, Shell has begun to diversify and is now involved in the renewable energy sector, particularly wind and solar energy. Of course, for now, petroleum remains Shell's main focus with 2013 revenues of more than $450.billion, Most of it comes from the sale of oil and gas.

8. Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) (3.6 million-barrels per day)

Pemex was an American and British oil company in the early 20th century, although various problems have come to Pamex, but Pemex continued to be able to produce 3.6 million barrels per day and the Mexican government continued to support the exploration and development of petroleum reserves.

9. Chevron (3.5 million-barrels per day)

Chevron grew enormously in 2001 and was acquired by Texaco. In mid-2010, chevron bought Atlas Petroleum for $4.3 billion, anda making it a subsidiary. Active in more than 180 countries, Chevron has also recently moved into the clean energy sector and is a major player in geothermal energy production. Chevron's revenue in 2013 was $220 billion and with daily combined oil-gas production of 3.5 million barrels per day, Chevron is clearly one of the giants of the energy sector. #tankfarmpropane

10. Kuwait Petrol Corporation (3.2 million-barrels per day)

Currently, the Kuwait Petroleum Organization (KPO) continues to expand its production capabilities to remain competitive with other companies to meet the world's demand for energy. By combining crude oil and natural gas production, KPO takes 10th place on the list of the world's largest oil producers.

That's the top 10 oil and gas automation companies in the world, which are the largest suppliers of oil and gas needs in various parts of the world.

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