Energy companies dominate Houston’s Fortune 500 members

Energy companies prominently appeared on theFortune 500 list of America’s biggest companies, with many either based in Houston or major employers here.

Fortune Magazine released the list Monday, ranking companies based on annual revenue in 2013 or the latest fiscal year.

Out of the 26 Houston-based companies that made the list, all but three are in the primary business of energy. The exceptions were: food distributor Sysco Corp., trash company Waste Management (which does some waste to energy projects); and auto dealership conglomerate Group 1 Automotive. Pipeline company Buckeye Partners and oil and gas producer Noble Energy joined the list this year. Here are the local companies on the list, with energy companies in boldface:

  • No. 6: Phillips 66, $161.18 billion
  • No. 47: ConocoPhillips, $59.43billion
  • No. 56: Enterprise Products Partners, $47.73 billion
  • No. 63: Sysco Corp., $44.41 billion
  • No. 70: Plains GP Holdings, $42.25 billion
  • No. 103: Halliburton Co., $29.40 billion
  • No. 131: National Oilwell Varco, $22.87 billion
  • No. 132: Baker Hughes $22.36 billion
  • No. 179: Apache Corp., $16.05 billion
  • No. 188: Marathon Oil Corp $15.32 billion
  • No. 202: Anadarko Petroleum Corp., $14.58 billion
  • No. 203: EOG Resources, $14.49 billion
  • No. 206: Kinder Morgan, $14.07 billion
  • No. 207: Waste Management, $13.98
  • No. 286: Cameron International Corp., $9.84
  • No. 307:  Group 1 Automotive, $8.92 billion
  • No. 333: CenterPoint Energy, $8.11 billion
  • No. 360: KBR, $7.28 billion
  • No. 368: FMC Technologies, $7.13 billion
  • No. 395: Targa Resources Corp., $6.56 billion
  • No. 396: Quanta Services, $6.52 billion
  • No. 414: Calpine Corp., $6.30 billion
  • No. 461: Spectra Energy Corp., $5.52 billion
  • No. 478: MRC Global, $5.23 billion
  • No. 485: Buckeye Partners, $5.11 billion
  • No. 491: Noble Energy, $5.05 billion 

Five out of the top 10 Fortune 500 companies are energy related:

  1. Walmart: $476.3 billion
  2. Exxon Mobil: $407.7 billion
  3. Chevron: $220.4 billion
  4. Berkshire Hathaway $182.2 billion
  5. Apple: $170.9 billion
  6. Phillips 66: $161.2 billion
  7. General Motors: $155.4 billion
  8. Ford Motor: $146.9 billion
  9. General Electric: $146.2 billion
  10. Valero Energy: $137.8 billion

Click through the slideshow to see some energy companies that made the list.