National Fuel Gas Shares Outstanding 2006-2018 | NFG

National Fuel Gas 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.
National Fuel Gas Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2018 86
2017 86
2016 85
2015 84
2014 85
2013 84
2012 84
2011 84
2010 83
2009 81
2008 84
2007 85
2006 86
2005 85
National Fuel Gas Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
Q4 2018 86
Q3 2018 87
Q2 2018 86
Q1 2017 86
Q4 2017 86
Q3 2017 86
Q2 2017 86
Q1 2016 86
Q4 2016 85
Q3 2016 85
Q2 2016 85
Q1 2015 85
Q4 2015 84
Q3 2015 85
Q2 2015 85
Q1 2014 85
Q4 2014 85
Q3 2014 85
Q2 2014 85
Q1 2013 85
Q4 2013 84
Q3 2013 84
Q2 2013 84
Q1 2012 84
Q4 2012 84
Q3 2012 84
Q2 2012 84
Q1 2011 84
Q4 2011 84
Q3 2011 84
Q2 2011 84
Q1 2010 83
Q4 2010 83
Q3 2010 83
Q2 2010 83
Q1 2009 82
Q4 2009 81
Q3 2009 80
Q2 2009 80
Q1 2008 80
Q4 2008 84
Q3 2008 84
Q2 2008 85
Q1 2007 86
Q4 2007 85
Q3 2007 86
Q2 2007 85
Q1 2006 85
Q4 2006 86
Q3 2006 86
Q2 2006 86
Q1 2005 86
Q4 2005 85
Q3 2005 85
Q2 2005 85
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Utilities Utility - Natural Gas Distribution $4.762B $1.593B
National Fuel Gas Corporation is an integrated energy company with a complementary mix of natural gas assets located in the heart of the prolific Appalachian basin supplemented by quality oil-producing assets in California. National Fuel's integrated operations are strategically balanced to promote strength and stability through times of change and volatility, while also providing the flexibility to adapt and capitalize on opportunities for growth in almost any business cycle. In the current environment, National Fuel is leveraging its vast upstream resources, valuable midstream footprint and reliable downstream operations to responsibly position the Company as a key player in America's energy renaissance.
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