Saudi Aramco, Exxon Mobil, Chevron, and more Oil and Gas Companies with their Stock Performances

Saudi Aramco is currently the largest valued oil and gas company with a valuation worth $1.877 trillion. In the past 24-hours, the stock prices for Saudi Aramco have moved up by 0.28%. The recent surge in the price of Saudi Aramco has brought the company’s stock price up to $9.39 per share.

The second-largest Oil and Gas Company at present is Exxon Mobil. As of now, the valuation of Exxon Mobil is $255.76 billion. In the past 24-hours, the stock prices for Exxon Mobil have moved down by 2.18%. The recent plunge in the price of Exxon Mobil has brought the company’s stock price down to $60.03 per share.

The third-largest Oil and Gas Company at present is Chevron. As of now, the valuation of Chevron is $218.98 billion. In the past 24-hours, the stock prices for Chevron have moved down by 2.61%. The recent plunge in the price of Chevron has brought the company’s stock price down to $113.60 per share.

The fourth-largest Oil and Gas Company at present is Shell. As of now, the valuation of Shell is $163.09 billion. In the past 24-hours, the stock prices for Shell have moved up by 0.19%. The recent surge in the price of Shell has brought the company’s stock price up to $21.39 per share.

The fifth-largest Oil and Gas Company at present is PetroChina. As of now, the valuation of PetroChina is $132.36 billion. In the past 24-hours, the stock prices for PetroChina have moved down by 2.06%. The recent plunge in the price of PetroChina has brought the company’s stock price down to $44.26 per share.

The sixth-largest Oil and Gas Company at present is TotalEnergies. As of now, the valuation of TotalEnergies is $129.75 billion. In the past 24-hours, the stock prices for TotalEnergies have moved down by 1.67%. The recent plunge in the price of TotalEnergies has brought the company’s stock price down to $49.37 per share.

The seventh-largest Oil and Gas Company at present is Gazprom. As of now, the valuation of Gazprom is $104.32 billion. In the past 24-hours, the stock prices for Gazprom have moved down by 0.79%. The recent plunge in the price of Gazprom has brought the company’s stock price down to $8.78 per share.

The eighth-largest Oil and Gas Company at present is ConocoPhilips. As of now, the valuation of ConocoPhilips is $90.49 billion. In the past 24-hours, the stock prices for ConocoPhilips have moved down by 4.31%. The recent plunge in the price of ConocoPhilips has brought the company’s stock price down to $68.61 per share.

With a valuation of $87.18 billion, the ninth-largest Oil and Gas Company is BP, while Equinor is the tenth-largest Oil and Gas Company with $85.69 billion. Their stock prices are currently at $26.30 and $26.49 after 1.61% and 0.79% plunges respectively.

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