Our report of Oklahoma’s Fortune 500 companies includes manufacturing, retail, and service industries. Five Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in the state.
Report Highlights for 2019
The report contains:
- The complete list of 500 with known Oklahoma locations
- Biggest jumps in Oklahoma-based companies
- Top 100 newcomers to the 500
- Companies who dropped off the 500.
Three of the five Oklahoma-based companies moved up this year. All are in the Energy sector.
Oklahoma Headquartered Companies on the Fortune 500
3 of the 5 Oklahoma-based companies moved up this year. All are in the Energy Sector.
- NGL Energy Partners is now the top ranked Oklahoma-based company moving up 44 spots to #179. The company also had the 8th fastest growth in revenues over 5 years.
- Oneok fell 7 spots to #256, but received the 20th best Revenues Per Employee.
- Devon fell 84 spots to #297.
- Chesapeake moved up 5 spots to #309. The company also received 7th best Return on Shareholders’ Equity and 9th best Revenues Per Dollar of Equity.
- Williams moved up 5 spots to #348.
Aerospace & Defense Companies
- Boeing fell one spot to #28, but remains #1 among the 13 Aerospace & Defense companies. The company is #1 in Return on Shareholders’ Equity and #1 in Revenues per Dollar of Equity.
- United Technologies (#46) jumped up 5 spots this year finalizing the purchase of Rockwell Collins, now called Collins Aerospace (#350); companies operate separately.
- Lockheed Martin fell just one spot to #60.
- American Airlines Group moved up 3 spots to #68 and remains the highest ranked airline out of the six in the 500.
- General Dynamics moved up 7 spots to #92.
- Northrop Grumman moved up 10 spots to #108.
- Raytheon moved up 5 spots to #114.
- Arconic fell two spots to #227. Arconic formed when Alcoa split in 2016 creating the Aerospace & Defense spin-off.
- L3 Technologies fell 14 spots to #290.
- Spirit Aerosystems with locations in Tulsa and McAlester fell 15 spots to #420.
Energy Companies (other than OK headquartered companies already listed)
- General Electric who owns Baker Hughes fell 3 spots to #21. They are currently ranked #15 largest company by # of employees.
- In the Petroleum Refining Industry, these companies all moved up: Phillips 66 (#23), Valero (#24), Marathon (#31) and HollyFrontier (#175).
- Halliburton moved up 19 spots to #127.
- American Electric Power (AEP) fell 7 spots to #192. They own Public Service Company of OK and are the 6th highest ranked utility.
- OGE is on the Fortune 1000 and fell 22 spots to #913.
Notable Oklahoma Manufacturers and Companies
- Macy’s moved up 3 spots to #118.
- International Paper fell 9 spots to #133.
- Whirlpool fell 8 spots to #148.
- Goodyear Tire fell 16 spots to #203.
- Seaboard moved up 26 spots to #455.
- Ingredion Foods who announced a new Tulsa location in 2017 fell 8 spots to #486.
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