Norway`s 500 largest companies

The oil and gas giant StatoilHydro has maintained its ranking at the top of the list of the 500 largest companies in Norway. Take a closer look to see what companies can count themselves as the giants of Norwegian industry.

The oil and gas giant StatoilHydro has maintained its ranking at the top of the list of the 500 largest companies in Norway. There have not been major changes at the top of the list, but further down in the list we find a number of companies that have made impressive increases in income for the year. In general, the income levels have increased during 2007. However, the profit margins have decreased slightly.

 

See the complete list of Norway's 500 largest companies at Norges Største Bedrifter. Click here to take a closer look to see what companies can count themselves as the giants of Norwegian industry.

 

Rank Company name Revenues
1  StatoilHydro ASA

 522 797 000

2  Norsk Hydro ASA

 96 409 000

3  Telenor ASA

 92 473 000

4  Orkla ASA

 63 867 000

5  Aker Solutions ASA

 57 957 000

6  Yara International ASA

 57 486 000

7  ExxonMobil E&P Norway AS

 48 703 000

8  Helse Sør-Øst Rhf

 47 222 475

9  Total E&P Norge AS Contracts

 45 925 000

10  Reitangruppen AS

 45 841 000

11  Norgesgruppen ASA

 42 678 120

12  Storebrand ASA

 35 433 300

13  DnB NOR ASA

 34 078 608

14  Aker Yards ASA

 33 298 000

15  KLP

 30 970 000

16  ConocoPhillips Skandinavia

 30 873 000

17  Posten Norge AS

 27 400 000

18  Norske Skogindustrier ASA

 27 118 000

19  A/S Norske Shell

 26 337 000

20  Coop Norge AS

 23 842 000

Source: Norges Største Bedrifter (www.norgesstorstebedrifter.no)

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