Chart Industries Shares Outstanding 2006-2018 | GTLS

Chart Industries shares outstanding from 2006 to 2018. Shares outstanding can be defined as the number of shares held by shareholders (including insiders) assuming conversion of all convertible debt, securities, warrants and options. This metric excludes the company's treasury shares.
Chart Industries Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2017 31
2016 31
2015 30
2014 31
2013 32
2012 30
2011 30
2010 29
2009 29
2008 29
2007 27
2006 16
2005 8
Chart Industries Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
Q3 2018 33
Q2 2018 32
Q1 2018 32
Q4 2017 31
Q3 2017 31
Q2 2017 31
Q1 2017 31
Q4 2016 31
Q3 2016 31
Q2 2016 31
Q1 2016 31
Q4 2015 30
Q3 2015 31
Q2 2015 31
Q1 2015 31
Q4 2014 31
Q3 2014 31
Q2 2014 31
Q1 2014 31
Q4 2013 32
Q3 2013 33
Q2 2013 31
Q1 2013 30
Q4 2012 30
Q3 2012 30
Q2 2012 30
Q1 2012 30
Q4 2011 30
Q3 2011 30
Q2 2011 30
Q1 2011 30
Q4 2010 29
Q3 2010 29
Q2 2010 29
Q1 2010 29
Q4 2009 29
Q3 2009 29
Q2 2009 29
Q1 2009 29
Q4 2008 29
Q3 2008 29
Q2 2008 29
Q1 2008 29
Q4 2007 27
Q3 2007 29
Q2 2007 27
Q1 2007 26
Q4 2006 16
Q3 2006 20
Q2 2006 11
Q1 2006 8
Q4 2005 8
Q3 2005 6
Q2 2005 6
Q1 2005 6
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Industrial Products General Industrial Machinery $2.286B $0.989B
Chart Industries, Inc. is a leading independent global manufacturer of highly engineered equipment servicing end market applications in Energy, Industry, Life Sciences and Respiratory Healthcare with a unique business portfolio. Their equipment is used in the production, storage, distribution and end-use of atmospheric, hydrocarbon, and industrial gases. Chart Industries are organized in three operating segments: Energy & Chemicals, Distribution and Storage, and BioMedical serving customers from a global manufacturing platform in North America, Europe and Asia. Chart Industries fully appreciate how important a good understanding of their business and their markets is when evaluating investment decisions.
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Barnes (B) United States $2.985B 18.70
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Graham (GHM) United States $0.230B 46.76
Manitex (MNTX) United States $0.138B 22.00
NF Energy Saving (NFEC) China $0.093B 0.00
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CVD Equipment (CVV) United States $0.028B 0.00
Broadwind Energy (BWEN) United States $0.024B 0.00