This year, 200; next year, 150?

Oil & Gas Journal's annual report on the performance of the top 200 publicly owned oil and gas firms in the U.S. has become something of an institution in the industry.Many industry executives view the OGJ200 as a "must read." These professionals sometimes use the data to make tough decisions about mergers and business strategies. Therefore, it is imperative that the list be as comprehensive as possible.But as this year's OGJ200 deadline approached, I wondered desperately if the list would still contain 200 companies. Several firms have fallen off the list due to mergers, bankruptcy, or because they simply hadn't filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.As an edi...

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