EOG Resources main competitors are ConocoPhillips, Devon Energy, and Denbury Resources.
Competitor Summary. See how EOG Resources compares to its main competitors:
- Halliburton has the most employees (55,000).
- Employees at ConocoPhillips earn more than most of the competitors, with an average yearly salary of $104,408.
- The oldest company is Halliburton, founded in 1919.
EOG Resources vs competitors
|Company||Founding Date||Zippia Score||Headquarters||# of Locations||Revenue||Employees|
|Oklahoma City, OK||1||$5.5B||1,300|
|Oklahoma City, OK||1||$12.2B||1,400|
|Fort Worth, TX||3||$4.6B||3,335|
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|Company||White||Hispanic or Latino||Black or African American||Asian||Unknown||Diversity Score|
EOG Resources REVENUE Vs Competitors
- EOG Resources
- Chesapeake Energy
EOG Resources And Similar Companies CEOs
John, was appointed executive vice president and chief operating officer – North America, effective Jan. 1, 2014, having been region vice president – Permian Region, from 2010 through 2013. He previously served as vice president – Business Development, since January 2004, and production manager for the Gulf Coast Region since April 2003. Prior to that, Christmann held various positions of increasing responsibility in the business development area since joining the company in 1997. Previously, he was employed by Vastar Resources/ARCO Oil and Gas Company in business development, crude oil marketing and engineering assignments. Christmann received his bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and MBA from Southern Methodist University.
Ryan Lance is an American businessman. He serves as the chairman and chief executive officer of ConocoPhillips.
Christian S. Kendall, President and Chief Operating Officer, joined Denbury in September of 2015. Kendall joined Denbury from Noble Energy, Inc., where he most recently served as a member of Noble’s executive management and as part of its operations leadership team as Senior Vice President, Global Operations Services. Prior to that, Kendall served as Vice President, Gulf of Mexico (2011-2014), and as Business Unit Manager and Vice President, Noble Energy Mediterranean Ltd (2007-2011), having been with Noble since 2001. Kendall began his career with Mobil Oil Corporation in 1989 and, in total, has over 27 years of oil and gas industry experience in domestic and international operations roles. Kendall holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering, Civil Specialty, from the Colorado School of Mines.
Richard E. Muncrief, 62, was appointed to the board of directors and elected president and chief executive officer of the company in January 2021 following Devon’s merger with WPX Energy. Muncrief previously served as chief executive officer and chairman of the board of WPX Energy. He became a member of WPX Energy’s board of directors in 2014. Prior to joining WPX, he served as senior vice president, operations and resource development of Continental Resources, Inc. Muncrief was earlier employed from August 2008 through May 2009 by Resource Production Company where he served as corporate business manager. From September 2007 to August 2008 he served as president, chief operating officer and as a director of Quest Midstream Partners, LP. From 1980 to 2007, he served in various managerial capacities with ConocoPhillips and its predecessor companies, Burlington Resources, Meridian Oil and El Paso Exploration. Muncrief holds a bachelor’s of science in petroleum engineering technology from Oklahoma State University, where he has also been recognized as a distinguished alumnus and is a member of the College of Engineering, Architecture & Technology Hall of Fame. He serves on the board of directors and the executive committee of the American Petroleum Institute, is a past chairman of the American Exploration & Production Council, and also serves on the national advisory board of the Gilcrease Museum.