Performance Profiles of Major Energy Producers

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The Department, 1995 - Energy industries

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Contents

Value of Mergers Acquisitions and Related Transactions by FRS Companies 1993
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Composition of Income Tax Expense for FRS Companies 19921993
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Income Tax Expense Pretax Income and Effective Tax Rates by Line of Business for FRS Companies 19921993
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Petroleum and Natural Gas
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Income Components and Financial Ratios in Oil and Gas Production for FRS Companies 19921993
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Average Prices Sales and Production in Oil and Gas for FRS Companies 19921993
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Exploration and Development Expenditures for FRS Companies by Region 19921993
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Well Completions by Region for FRS Companies 19921993
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Finding Costs by Region for FRS Companies 19921993
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Lifting Costs by Region for FRS Companies 19921993
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Sales Expenses and Income in U S RefiningMarketing for FRS Companies 19921993
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Marketing Characteristics and Refined Product Margin for FRS Companies Ranked by Total Energy Assets 19921993
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Refining and Marketing Financial Items and Operating Data for FRS Companies 19921993
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Gasoline Distribution by FRS Companies 19921993
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Financial Items for Transportation for FRS Companies 19921993
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Coal and Alternative Energy
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Coal Financial and Operating Indicators for the FRS Companies 19921993
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Financial and Operating Items in Coal for a Consistent Group of FRS Companies 19921993
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Revenues Income and Investment in Other Energy for FRS Companies 19921993
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Overview of Markets and Policies
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Additions to Property Plant and Equipment for FRS Companies 19741981
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Additions to PPE and Net PPE in Other Nonenergy Selected Years 19741981
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U S Coal Production for FRS Companies Selected Years 19741981
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Additions to Property Plant and Equipment in Other Energy for FRS Companies 19741986
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Oil and Gas Exploration and Development Expenditures by Region for FRS Companies Selected Years 19741993
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Distribution of Net Property Plant and Equipment Across Lines of Business for FRS Companies 1974 and 1981
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Average Interest Rate on FRS Companies Longterm Debt Moodys AAA Corporate Bond Rate and InflationAdjusted AAA Rate 19741993
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Ratio of Market Value to Book Value 19801993
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Mergers and Acquisitions with a Value in Excess of 500 Million for FRS Companies 19741993
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Total DebtEquity Ratio 19771993
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Distribution of Main Sources of Funds for FRS Companies 19741993
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Distribution of Capital Expenditures by Lines of Business for FRS Companies 19741993
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Large Discoveries Produce More Oil and Gas Per Well
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FRS Companies Finding Rates Increase in Major Producing Regions
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Composition of Oil and Gas Reserve Changes for FRS Companies in the United States and Foreign Regions 19811993
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Downstream Petroleum
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Refining Statistics for FRS Companies and U S Industry Selected Years 19751981
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Net PPE per Unit of Refinery Capacity for FRS Companies 19741993
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U S Refinery Configurations for FRS Companies Selected Years 19741993
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U S RefiningMarketing Pollution Abatement Costs for FRS Companies 19741992
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U S Refining Pollution Abatement Costs as a Share of Costs and Expenditures for the FRS Companies 19771992 90 39 World Petroleum Consumptio...
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Percent Composition of Foreign Refined Product Consumption 1974 and 1993
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Number of Retail Outlets for FRS Companies 19771993
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Shares of FRS U S RefiningMarketing Dispositions of Refined Motor Gasoline by Channel of Distribution 19771993
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U S RefiningMarketing Return on Investment and Refined Product Margins for FRS Companies 19771993
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FRS U S Refined Product Margins and Costs per Barrel Sold Selected Years 19771993
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FRS Company Shares of U S Interstate Oil Pipeline Barrel Miles Selected Years 19751991
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Coal Nuclear and Alternative Energy
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FRS Companies Rates of Return from Coal and Other Lines of Business 19771993
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Revenues and Operating Income in Nuclear and Other Energy for FRS Companies 19741993
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Appendices
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A1 Companies Reporting to the Financial Reporting System 19771993
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A3 A Comparison between Full Cost and Successful Efforts Accounting Methods
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B3 A Comparison of Selected Financial Items for FRS Companies and the SP 400 1993
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B9 Consolidated Balance Sheet for FRS Companies 19871993
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B15 Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows for FRS Companies 19871993
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B21 Petroleum Exploration and Development Expenditures for FRS Companies United States
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B27 Exploration and Development Net Drilling Footage for FRS Companies 19871993
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B32 U S Reserve Additions Exploration and Development Expenditures and Expenditures per Barrel
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B37 Foreign Proved Oil and Gas Reserves for FRS Companies 1993
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B42 U S Petroleum Segments Purchases and Sales of Raw Materials and Refined Products
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B47 U S and Foreign Petroleum Refining Statistics for FRS Companies 19871993
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Glossary
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Page 185 - Offshore: That geographic area that lies seaward of the coastline. In general, the coastline is the line of ordinary low water along with that portion of the coast that is in direct contact with the open sea or the line marking the seaward limit of inland water.
Page 184 - Includes leaded gasohol. Blendstock is excluded until blending has been completed. Alcohol that is to be used in the blending of gasohol is also excluded.
Page 187 - Proved reserves of crude oil as of December 31 of any given year are the estimated quantities of all liquids statistically reported as crude oil, which geological and engineering data demonstrate with reasonable certainty to be recoverable in the future from known reservoirs under existing economic and Operating conditions.
Page 188 - Reserves of crude oil which can be produced economically through application of improved recovery techniques (such as fluid injection) are included in the "proved...
Page 187 - Basic and applied research in the sciences and engineering and the design and development of prototypes and processes.
Page 188 - ... liquids, the recovery of which is subject to reasonable doubt because of uncertainty as to geology, reservoir characteristics, or economic factors...
Page 181 - ... fees, recording fees, legal costs, and other costs incurred in acquiring properties. (15) Exploration costs. Costs incurred in identifying areas that may warrant examination and in examining specific areas that are considered to have prospects of containing oil and gas reserves, including costs of drilling exploratory wells and exploratorytype stratigraphic test wells.
Page 188 - Included are No. 5, a residual fuel oil of medium viscosity; Navy Special, for use in steam-powered vessels in government service and in shore power plants; and No.
Page 184 - Associated gas is free natural gas, commonly known as gas cap gas, which overlies and is in contact with crude oil in the reservoir. Dissolved gas is natural gas which is in solution with crude oil in the reservoir at original reservoir conditions.
Page 187 - Measured ore" is ore for which tonnage is computed from dimensions revealed in outcrops, trenches, workings, and drill holes and for which the grade is computed from the results of detailed sampling.

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