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Fortune 500 Companies Like a Texas Zip Code

Texas is home to 52 of the companies on the Fortune 500 List.

By Livability.com on February 7, 2014

If a state is known by the companies it keeps, then Texas is a popular place to be. With 52 members of the 2012 Fortune 500 calling it home, Texas ranks second in the nation for attracting the highest-revenue public companies.
Ranking No. 1 on the list overall, ExxonMobil is headquartered in Irving in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, ExxonMobil provides energy that helps grow economies around the world.
In addition to oil, Texas has a strong technology base. Computer leader Dell was launched in Texas in 1984 when founder Michael Dell was a student at the University of Texas at Austin. Operating from his dormitory room, Dell sold personal computer systems directly to consumers. Today, Dell ranks fifth on Texas’s list of Fortune 500 companies, and is in the 44th spot overall.
Texas is home to consumer goods manufacturers, such as Kimberly-Clark, a paper products maker founded in Wisconsin that moved its headquarters to Irving in 1985. Retailers are also strongly represented. GameStop, the world’s largest retailer of video games, got its start in Dallas. And natural foods grocer Whole Foods first opened its doors in Austin.
From energy to transportation, a wide range of companies calls Texas home. Here is a list of all 52 Fortune 500 companies with a Texas zip code on its headquarters:
Forbes Ranking in Texas, Company Name, Forbes Fortune 500 Ranking, Location, Revenue
1.  ExxonMobil, 1, Irving, $452.9 billion
2. ConocoPhillips, 4, Houston, $237.3 billion
3. AT&T, 11, Dallas, $126.7 billion
4. Valero Energy, 12, San Antonio, $125.1 billion
5. Dell, 44, Round Rock, $62 billion
6. Enterprise Products Partners, 62, Houston, $44.3 billion
7. Sysco, 69, Houston, $39.3 billion
8. Plains All American Pipeline, 87, Houston, $34.3 billion
9.  Tesoro, 101, San Antonio, $29.9 billion
10.  Halliburton, 118, Houston, $24.8 billion
11. AMR, 123, Fort Worth, $24.0 billion
12. Fluor, 124, Irving, $23.4 billion
13. Kimberly-Clark, 137, Irving, $20.8 billion
14. Baker Hughes, 141, Houston, $19.8 billion
15, United Services Automobile Assn., 144, San Antonio, $19.04 billion
16. JC Penney, 153, Plano, $17.26 billion
17. Apache, 154, Houston, $16.89 billion
18. Southwest Airlines, 167, Dallas, $15.66 billion
19. HollyFrontier, 170, Dallas, $15.44 billion
20. Marathon Oil, 173, Houston, $15.28 billion
21. National Oilwell Varco, 184, Houston, $14.66 billion
22. Anadarko Petroleum, 192, The Woodlands, $13.97 billion
23. Texas Instruments, 200, Dallas, $13.74 billion
24. Waste Management, 203, Houston, $13.38 billion
25. Dean Foods, 207, Dallas, $13.06 billion
26. EOG Resources, 263, Houston, $10.13 billion
27. Whole Foods Market, 264, Austin, $10.1 billion
28. Tenet Healthcare, 272, Dallas, $9.6 billion
29. GameStop, 273, Grapevine, $9.55 billion
30. KBR, 280, Houston, $9.26 billion
31. Enbridge Energy Partners, 282, Houston, $9.1 billion
32. Western Refining, 285, El Paso, $9.07 billion
33. CenterPoint Energy, 305, Houston, $8.45 billion
34. Kinder Morgan, 311, Houston, $8.26 billion
35. Energy Transfer Equity, 312, Dallas, $8.24 billion
36. Commercial Metals, 326, Irving, $7.92 billion
37. Energy Future Holdings, 357, Dallas, $7.04 billion
38. Targa Resources, 361, Houston, $6.99 billion
39. Cameron International, 362, Houston, $6.96 billion
40. Calpine, 364, Houston, $6.8 billion
41. Celanese, 368, Dallas, $6.7 billion
42. NuStar Energy, 377, San Antonio, $6.6 billion
43. CC Media Holdings, 394, San Antonio, $6.16 billion
44. Group 1 Automotive, 405, Houston, $6.08 billion
45. Dr Pepper Snapple Group, 417, Plano, $5.9 billion
46. Spectra Energy, 438, Houston, $5.6 billion
47. FMC Technologies, 475, Houston, $5.1 billion
48. CVR Energy, 477, Sugar Land, $5.03 billion
49. Susser Holdings, 486, Corpus Christi, $4.87 billion
50. El Paso, 488, Houston, $4.86 billion
51. MetroPCS Communications, 490, Richardson, $4.84 billion
52. MRC Global, 493, Houston, $4.80 billion

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