Top 500 companies in Norway 2014

The list published every autumn includes companies from oil and gas, finance and a range of other sectors.

Kapital, the largest business publication in norwegian, has for the last 40 years published a list displaying the biggest companies in Norway. 


Rank Company name Turnover (mil)
1 Statoil  637,400
2 Telenor 104,027
3 Yara International 85,052
4 DNB 76,831
5 ExxonMobil Norge 70,005
6 NorgesGruppen 67,396
7 Norsk Hydro 64,880
8 Reitangruppen 57,247
9 Storebrand 52,875
10 KLP 51,992
11 Statkraft 49,564
12 Norske Shell 45,321
13 Total E&P Norge 45,007
14 Aker Solutions 42,900
15 Subsea 7 Norway 37,008
16 Orkla 33,045
17 National Oilwell Varco Norway 31,934
18 Coop Norge 31,468
19 Seadrill 31,042
20 ConocoPhillips Norge 26,451

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