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The rise of the utilites

The biggest trend to emerge from the S&P Global Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings® this year is the rise of diversified utility and pipeline.

The Rankings show what companies are emerging as leaders by region and by industry. Gazprom ends ExxonMobil's 12-year reign at No. 1, but the real story is utilities and pipelines.

Harry Weber, senior writer, natural gas for S&P Global Platts, provides a detailed look into the big shift from 2017. Access the report in our most recent issue of S&P Global Platts Insight magazine, "Energy's new frontiers".

Read the full report.


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