Top 25 Energy Contractors

Total Purchases: $22,260,078,070

Rank Parent company Amount Market share
1 University of California System $4,002,659,813 17.98%
2 Bechtel Group Inc. 2,465,493,452 11.07
3 Lockheed Martin Corp. 2,406,169,948 10.80
4 Battelle Memorial Institute 1,891,823,835 8.49
5 BNFL Inc. 1,428,918,503 6.41
6 McDermott Inc. 1,236,602,854 5.55
7 CH2M Hill Companies Ltd. 1,032,943,778 4.64
8 Fluor Corp. 1,004,518,756 4.51
9 Washington Group International 530,599,268 2.38
10 University of Tennessee System 527,351,211 2.36
11 Honeywell Inc. 464,760,147 2.08
12 Brookhaven Science Assoc. 395,533,740 1.77
13 National Security Technologies LLC 355,972,685 1.59
14 Universities Research Association Inc. 330,980,872 1.48
15 Stanford University 329,693,042 1.48
16 Kaiser Group Holdings Inc. 234,040,030 1.05
17 G4s PLC 226,703,180 1.01
18 Midwest Research Institute 197,842,146 0.88
19 SAIC 172,777,300 0.77
20 Shaw Group Inc. 163,864,742 0.73
21 Duke Energy Corp. 163,834,742 0.73
22 Oak Ridge Associated Universities 143,528,406 0.64
23 South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. 104,280,626 0.46
24 Nuclear Fuel Services Inc. 91,417,300 0.41
25 University of Chicago 78,727,488 0.35
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