4Q16 NATGAS MARKETER RANKINGS

 

Natural Gas Marketers 2% Decline in 4Q2016 Can't Stop 2016's Upward Swing

Sales of natural gas by 23 leading marketers were down 1.93 Bcf/d (2%) in 4Q2016, but upward swings in the two previous quarters were enough to push the year-end total higher compared with 2015, according to NGI's 4Q2016 and Full-Year 2016 Top North American Natural Gas Marketers rankings. Read More

  Top North American Gas Marketers (Bcf/d) 4Q2016  
      Company 4Q2016 4Q2015 Change  
  1   BP 22.51 22.70 -1%  
  2   Shell Energy NA 10.70 10.20 5%  
  3   ConocoPhillips 8.92 8.93 -0%  
  4   Macquarie Energy* 8.88 9.51 -7%  
  5   Tenaska 8.80 8.10 9%  
  6   Sequent 6.90 7.06 -2%  
  7   J. Aron & Co.*** 5.30 5.80 -9%  
  8   Direct Energy**** 5.05 4.46 13%  
  9   EDF Trading NA 4.90 4.78 3%  
  10   ExxonMobil** 3.22 3.36 -4%  
  11   Chevron 3.14 4.06 -23%  
  12   Southwestern Energy Co 2.70 3.15 -14%  
  13   Chesapeake** 2.57 2.91 -12%  
  14   Castleton Commodities 2.44 2.23 9%  
  15   Anadarko 1.88 2.07 -9%  
  16   Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. 1.72 1.55 11%  
  17   Canadian Natural 1.65 1.70 -3%  
  18   NJR Energy Services 1.41 1.49 -5%  
  19   Encana** 1.28 1.57 -18%  
  20   CenterPoint Energy 1.23 1.18 4%  
  21   Devon** 1.22 1.58 -23%  
  22   ARM Energy Management 0.97 0.84 15%  
  23   Apache** 0.60 0.69 -13%  
      Total 107.99 109.92 -2%  
  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 ARM Energy Management, BP, Castleton  
  Commodities Merchant Trading, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Direct Energy, EDF Trading NA,  
  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.