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Oklahoma energy giants make Fortune 500

NEW YORK (AP) - Four energy giants from Oklahoma earned spots on the annual Fortune 500 list of the country's 500 largest publicly traded companies.

At 159th on the list, Tulsa-based Oneok Inc. had the most revenue of any Oklahoma company with over $16.1 billion. Oklahoma City-based Devon Energy Corp. was four spots behind at No. 163, Tulsa's Williams Cos. got the 218th spot and Oklahoma City natural gas producer Chesapeake Energy Corp. came in at 230th.

Exxon Mobil unseated Wal-Mart Stores for the top spot.

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