OGJ200 shrinks as financial results rocket

Click here to enlarge imageThe consolidation trend has shrunk the OGJ200 list of publicly traded US oil and gas producers to 197.A dozen of the companies in last year's list (OGJ, Oct. 16, 2000, p. 90) fail to appear in the listing this year, having been folded into other entities as a result of mergers and acquisitions (see table on this page).In addition, six companies listed last year have either sold their US producing properties, liquidated, or become private since the last survey and therefore are no longer eligible to appear in the OGJ200.This annual compilation-which reflects the prior year's operations-came to life as the OGJ400, and then it became the OGJ300 in 1991. T...

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