1Q15 NATGAS MARKETER RANKINGS

 Fifteen Years Later, NGI's Quarterly NatGas Marketers Survey Tells a Different Story 

The total amount of natural gas sold by participants in NGI's quarterly marketers ranking survey increased only marginally in the first quarter of the year compared with 1Q2014, but the underlying markets are hardly stagnant. Read More
 

  Top North American Gas Marketers (Bcf/d) 1Q2015  
      Company 1Q2015 1Q2014 Change  
  1   BP 24.90 24.90 0%  
  2   Shell Energy NA 11.40 12.90 -12%  
  3   Macquarie Energy* 11.02 9.57 15%  
  4   ConocoPhillips 9.49 11.40 -17%  
  5   Tenaska 8.80 8.20 7%  
  6   Sequent 7.80 7.30 7%  
  7   J. Aron & Co.*** 7.02 6.25 12%  
  8   Direct Energy **** 5.72 3.37 70%  
  9   EDF Trading NA 5.28 6.85 -23%  
  10   Chevron 4.48 5.50 -19%  
  11   Castleton Commodities 3.54 3.04 16%  
  12   ExxonMobil ** 3.53 3.75 -6%  
  13   Chesapeake** 2.93 2.89 1%  
  14   Southwestern Energy Co 2.89 2.40 20%  
  15   Anadarko 2.74 2.70 1%  
  16   NJR Energy Services 2.21 N/A N/A  
  17   CenterPoint Energy 2.06 2.26 -9%  
  18   Encana** 1.86 2.81 -34%  
  19   Canadian Natural 1.77 1.18 50%  
  20   Devon** 1.65 2.19 -25%  
  21   Atmos 1.17 1.33 -12%  
  22   Apache** 0.72 0.97 -26%  
  23   Gazprom 0.03 0.67 -96%  
      Total 123.01 N/A N/A  
  Source: Financial reports filed with the Securities and Exchange   
  Commission or, if necessary, statements signed by company officials and   
  provided to NGI. Some previous-year data has been updated by the   
  companies since it was originally reported.      
  Companies providing data directly to NGI include BP, Castleton Commodities Merchant   
  Trading, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Direct Energy, EDF Trading NA, Gazprom, J. Aron &   
  Co., Macquarie Energy, NJR Energy Services, Shell Energy and Tenaska. *Macquarie   
  Energy data reflects Macquarie Energy LLC's transactions in the United States and   
  Macquarie Energy Canada's transactions in Canada. **The gas volume figures for Apache, 
  Chesapeake, Devon, Encana and ExxonMobil represent the amount of North American gas   
  produced in the quarter. Those companies may be marketing more third-party gas for sale.   
  ***J. Aron & Co. is the commodity trading subsidiary of Goldman Sachs. ****The gas   
  volume figure for Direct Energy includes both wholesale and retail sales.