Capex of publicly traded oil companies worldwide by segment 2010-2016

This statistic outlines the capital expenditures (capex) of publicly traded oil companies worldwide from 2010 to 2015, and provides an estimate for 2016, by segment. In 2010, the exploration and production capex of publicly traded oil companies worldwide was 539 billion U.S. dollars. From 2010 to 2013, there was a 12 percent growth in global capex among public sector oil companies, in the exploration and production, midstream, downstream, oil field services and equipment, and chemical segments in total.

Capital expenditures of publicly traded oil companies worldwide from 2010 to 2016, by segment

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Release date

January 2016

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2010 to 2015

Supplementary notes

* Estimate.
Statistic does not include national or state-owned oil companies.

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