2019 Top Petroleum/Chemical Carriers

2019 Essential Management and Operating Information for the 100 Largest Private Carriers in North America
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Top Petroleum/Chemical Carriers

Rank Company Tractors
1 Halliburton Energy Services 5,771
2 Schlumberger Ltd. 3,652
3 C&J Energy Services 2,364
4 Helena Agri-Enterprises 2,054
5 Basic Energy Services 1,686
6 Cudd Energy Services 1,664
7 Keane Group 1,201
8 Pilot Flying J 1,061
9 FTS International 1,055
10 Univar Solutions 1,036
11 Energy Transfer Partners 852
12 Key Energy Services 792
13 Calfrac Well Services 780
14 Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores 765
15 Plains All American Pipeline 750
15 ProPetro Services 750
17 Select Energy Services 749
18 Brenntag North America 732
19 Nine Energy Service 702
20 Baker Hughes 649
21 MDU Resources Group 616
22 Gravity Oilfield Services 614
23 Pioneer Natural Resources 410
24 Stallion Oilfield Services 379
25 Eastex Crude Co. 299
26 Sun Coast Resources 277
27 Convenience Transportation 263
28 Sentinel Transportation 260
29 Marathon Petroleum 254
30 Pilot Thomas Logistics 234
31 Crestwood Transportation 210
32 NGL Energy Partners 201
33 Weatherford International 197
34 HOP Energy 175
35 KLX Energy Services 150
35 Carpenter Co. 150
37 Targa Resources Partners 132
38 Growmark 125
39 Gulfmark Energy 115
40 PetroChoice 96
41 Allied Universal 93
42 RelaDyne 92
43 Southwestern Energy Co. 48
43 Oil States Energy Services 48
45 Rocky Mountain Crude Oil 39
46 Forbes Energy Services 36
47 Trican 24
47 Delek U.S. 24
47 Mansfield Energy 24
50 Johnson Oil Co. of Gaylord 13
50 Exxon Mobil Corp. 13
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Landstar System Inc. on Jan. 27 reported record-setting fourth-quarter revenue that helped lift the company’s profits for the period.

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Knight-Swift Reports Rise in Profit, Revenue for Q4

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Knight-Swift Transportation Holdings Inc. reported a surge in net income and higher total revenue for the fourth quarter of 2020, the company reported Jan. 27.

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Navistar, GM Cooperate on Fuel Cell System for Class 8 in 2024

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Navistar Inc. announced it intends to produce a zero-emission longhaul truck using fuel cell systems supplied by General Motors and will have an International RH Series FCEV model commercially available in 2024.

Roger Gilroy | Senior Reporter
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U.S. Xpress Latest to Invest in TuSimple

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U.S. Xpress Enterprises Inc. announced it made a “significant” investment in autonomous trucking company TuSimple and that CEO Eric Fuller was named to TuSimple’s executive advisory board.

Roger Gilroy | Senior Reporter
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Covenant Reports Mixed Results for Q4 2020

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Covenant Logistics Group Inc. posted a net loss of $25.7 million, or minus $1.50 a diluted share, for the three months ending Dec. 31, the Chattanooga, Tenn.-based truckload carrier announced Jan. 25.

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