Company financialsIn 2020, the company ranked sixth in a list of largest oil and gas companies by revenue worldwide. It was the fourth largest public oil company, with a revenue exceeding 100 billion U.S. dollars. TotalEnergies’ net income fell to a negative 7.2 billion U.S. dollars in 2020. The loss was recorded in a year that saw many within the oil and gas sector struggle under lower fuel demand following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. It was the only year in the past decade that the company reported an annual net loss.
Company segments & employment dataTotalEnergies is divided into five segments: Exploration & Production, Refining & Chemicals, Marketing & Services, Gas, Renewable & Power, and the Corporate segment. In 2020, Marketing & Services was the company’s largest segment, responsible for 63.5 billion U.S. dollars in revenues, while Refining & Chemicals generated a little less. TotalEnergies has businesses in almost every part of the world, although the focus lies on France and the rest of the European continent. Accordingly, the company makes some three quarters of its regional revenues in Europe.
Over 105,000 people are employed by TotalEnergies all over the world.