#113 Contributing Company

  • 2,675 contributions
  • $3,424,997 in total

#137 Most Interested Company

  • 12 bills supported
  • 2 bills opposed

#100 Most Influential Company

  • Won 8 bills on which it took a position

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Contributions Connected to the Five Oil Companies Testifying Before the Senate Finance Committee Skew Towards Republicans

May 12, 2011 - The Senate Finance Committee held a hearing on Thursday titled "Oil and Gas Tax Incentives and Rising Energy Prices." The Democratic-controlled Senate invited executives from BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Exxon, and Shell to testify on the rise in gas prices. Combined, the five companies and their employees have contributed $6.3 million to current lawmakers since 2001. Read more

Shale Gas Contributions Favor Lawmakers Voting to Exempt Extracting Process From the Safe Water Drinking Act

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CompanyContributionsBill Positions
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Top Recipients

SenatorsContributionsBills Sponsored that
Company Supports
John McCain$73,8630
Addison "Mitch" McConnell$69,3000
John Cornyn$45,5500
Orrin G. Hatch$39,5002
Roy Blunt$37,5500
House membersContributionsBills Sponsored that
Company Supports
Kevin McCarthy$76,1000
Bill Flores$39,6000
Jim Costa$38,0000
Steve Scalise$37,0000
Fred Upton$36,5001

Top Stock Holders

PoliticianMinimum ValueMaximum ValueAverage Value
Michael T. McCaul$1,000,002$2,000,000$1,500,001
Richard L. Hanna$750,002$1,500,000$1,125,001
David Vitter$380,004$850,000$615,002
Ed Whitfield$250,001$500,000$375,001
James B. Renacci$165,003$400,000$282,502
Numbers on this page include latest available data for contributions and bill positions starting January 1, 2007 through the present.
'Top Stock Holders' based on data for 2013.