Oklahoma’s Fortune 500 Companies
Our report of Oklahoma’s Fortune 500 companies includes manufacturing, retail, and service industries. Five Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in the state. It was last updated in August 2017.
Quarterly and annual reports of Oklahoma’s publicly announced new businesses and expansions. Retail-only companies, bank branch offices and hospitals are not included in this report. The Oklahoma Department of Commerce does not release individual company investment amounts.
Q2 Report 2018
In Q2 2018, there were 10 expansion announcements made statewide, totaling over $100,000,000 in new investment. 3 companies were new to Oklahoma. Roughly 4,125 new jobs are eventually expected from this quarter’s announcements.
Enlink Midstream Redbud Pipeline and Heartland/ Global Payment’s announced investments of $40 Million each were the largest of the quarter. Amazon’s plan to hire 3,250 in Oklahoma City and Tulsa is the largest company expansion of employment for the quarter.
Q1 Report 2018
In Q1 2018, there were 19 announcements made statewide, totaling over $1 billion in new investment. 6 companies were new to Oklahoma. Roughly 1650 jobs are eventually expected from this quarter’s announcements.
Google’s $600 million investment in its Pryor Creek data center is the largest announced investment of the quarter. CACI Technologies’ plan to hire 550 is the largest expansion in employment of the quarter.
Annual Report 2017
In 2017, there were 82 announcements made statewide, totaling over $6 billion in new investment. 22 companies were new to Oklahoma. More than 3,500 jobs are eventually expected from this year’s announcements.
Invenergy’s $4.5 billion wind farm in the Oklahoma panhandle was the largest announcement of the year. MedXM’s plan to hire over 400 employees is the largest expansion in employment of the year.
Annual Report 2016
In 2016, there were 66 announcements made statewide, totaling over $2.2 billion in new investment. 14 companies were new to Oklahoma. Over 5,200 jobs are expected to eventually be created from this year’s announcements.
Google’s $1.2 billion expansion in Pryor was the largest investment of the year. Progrexion’s decision to hire 500, plus 400 over 5 years, is the largest expansion in employment of the year.
The Oklahoma Department of Commerce publishes a quarterly report of publicly announced new and expanding businesses.
Our report on the state’s largest employers provides a ranked list of companies and their estimated statewide employment from subscription sources. The list is limited to companies with an employment base of at least 1,500.
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Oklahoma’s Foreign-owned Companies
Oklahoma is home to more than 140 foreign-owned companies. 48,000 jobs in the state are supported by these businesses.
Major sources of foreign investment in Oklahoma include Canada, United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, France, Switzerland, Australia, Netherlands, Mexico, Ireland and Sweden.
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