Robert J. Beck Economics Editor Valerie Sanders Statistics Editor Oil & Gas Journal's list of the largest publicly traded, oil and gas producing companies in the U.S. posted poorer results in 1991 than in 1990 in almost all categories of financial and operating performance. This year's OGJ300 reflects lower crude oil and natural gas prices in 1991, which suppressed revenues, net incomes, and profitability ratios. Total assets for the group fell in 1991 following a large increase the year before. In contrast with earlier years, the number of public companies operating in the U.S. did not shrink notic...

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