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Third Quarter 2007 (Q307) through Third Quarter 2010 (Q310)

Financial Data (Millions of Dollars)
 
Q307
Q407
Q108
Q208
Q308
Q408
Q109
Q209
Q309
Q409
Q110
Q210
Q310
Corporate Data
Revenue (20) 301,112 337,216 345,713 426,895 430,731 252,670 190,125 220,267 246,948 263,796 268,826 261,444 285,023
Net Income (20) 26,038 28,965 27,004 30,128 47,979 1,437 -4,279 8,565 13,044 13,775 17,490 19,953 17,413
Line of Business Income
Petroleum (21) 25,527 29,354 29,701 33,218 51,995 3,276 -205 10,180 15,410 19,303 22,132 23,629 19,960
Oil and Gas Production (16) 19,760 25,582 28,210 30,272 42,425 688 -3,721 10,071 14,585 21,498 22,402 18,560 17,100
Refining/Marketing (12) 5,767 3,773 1,491 2,945 9,570 2,588 3,516 109 825 -2,195 -270 5,057 2,860
U.S. Income
Oil and Gas Production  (10) 6,708 7,476 8,781 8,712 14,819 704 -3,120 3,251 4,866 5,387 7,484 5,304 5,664
Refining/Marketing  (12) 3,842 1,555 358 1,710 5,928 -1,678 2,267 -498 191 -2,146 -445 3,597 1,529
Foreign Income
Oil and Gas Production (5) 8,832 12,438 13,370 16,336 15,140 8,174 5,321 5,367 7,109 9,469 10,238 9,570 9,649
Refining/Marketing  (5) 1,925 2,218 1,133 1,235 3,642 4,266 1,249 607 634 -116 175 1,454 1,248
Capital Spending
U.S. Oil and Gas Production (7) 4,838 5,499 5,438 6,765 10,396 9,485 5,473 4,591 4,156 5,241 4,617 6,980 7,005
Foreign Oil and Gas Production (4) 7,024 8,184 7,456 8,165 8,632 8,543 9,086 8,142 7,826 10,247 8,661 9,872 11,445
  Worldwide Oil and Gas Production (12) 17,881 21,368 20,296 24,544 27,854 31,736 21,302 19,453 18,116 20,588 19,874 24,875 29,136
Worldwide Refining/Marketing  (11) 3,522 4,906 5,146 4,348 4,446 6,298 3,781 4,057 3,884 4,889 2,628 2,477 3,037
 
GDP Price Deflator 106.4 107.1 107.4 108.3 109.5 109.2 109.5 109.6 109.7 109.7 110.0 110.5 111.0
 
Operating Data
Oil Production (Thousands of barrels/day)
U.S. (14) 2,630 2,745 2,740 2,636 2,485 2,699 2,862 2,833 2,990 3,044 3,026 2,799 2,895
Foreign  (11) 4,830 4,871 4,780 4,684 4,601 4,942 5,249 5,007 4,930 4,946 5,147 5,049 5,117
Natural Gas Production (Millions of cubic feet/day)
U.S. (16) 20,563 21,330 21,427 19,728 21,386 22,080 22,727 20,263 22,203 22,155 22,665 20,314 22,846
Foreign (11) 16,093 18,684 19,155 16,944 16,293 18,360 19,277 17,247 16,929 19,602 20,416 19,075 18,873
Refinery Throughput (Thousands of barrels/day)
U.S. (12) 11,565 11,375 10,784 11,318 10,762 11,040 10,690 10,888 10,909 10,373 10,265 11,167 11,159
Foreign (5) 6,228 6,247 6,100 5,978 6,046 5,841 5,751 5,568 5,668 5,535 5,288 5,260 5,606

a The consistent set of major energy companies is composed of Alon USA, Anadarko, Apache, BP, Cenovus Energy, Chesapeake Energy, ChevronTexaco, ConocoPhillips, Devon Energy, El Paso Corporation, EnCana Corporation, EOG Resources, EQT (was Equitable), Exxon Mobil, Hess Corporation, Marathon, Occidental, Premcor, Sunoco, Tesoro, Unocal, Valero, Western Refining, and Williams Companies.   Only the domestic operations of BP, Cenovus, and EnCana are included.   However, BP is omitted from the Corporate financial numbers because no U.S.-only values for either measure are provided by the company.   Burlington is absent from Q105 and Q106 due to the timing of its acquisition by ConocoPhillips, which took place on March 30, 2006 and freed Burlington from the responsibility of filing a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-Q for Q106 (and effectively eliminated Burlington's inclusion in ConocoPhillips' 10-Q filing). (Burlington's unavoidable absence from Q106 required the omission of Burlington from Q105 to make the two quarters comparable.) Note, too, that Royal Dutch Shell's revised reporting practice beginning Q309 precludes the inclusion of their U.S. operations beginning with Q309 and necessitated their removal from all earlier quarters to maintain comparability.

Note: Number in parentheses is number of companies providing information included in category.   Both the worldwide oil and natural gas production and refining/marketing lines of business include companies that reported domestic and foreign operations separately and those that do not separate domestic and foreign results.   Thus, the number of companies with worldwide oil and natural gas production operations is greater than the sum of the companies reporting domestic results and those reporting foreign results.   The same is also true for refining/marketing operations and for oil and gas production capital expenditures.
Sources: Company quarterly earnings press releases or U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-Q filings.

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