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Oklahoma’s Fortune 500 Report

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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