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The following is a list of companies based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma . Major companies based in Oklahoma City [ edit] Chesapeake Energy - Fortune 500 (163)  Continental Resources (NYSE) Devon Energy - Fortune 500 (270) and NYSE  Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores - Forbes Largest Private Companies (13) 
Continental Resources, Inc. is a petroleum and natural gas exploration and production company headquartered in Oklahoma City.  The company was founded by Harold Hamm in 1967 at the age of 21 as Shelly Dean Oil Company, originally named for Hamm's two daughters. In 1990, Shelly Dean re-branded itself as Continental Resources.
Ward co-founded White Fields in 2000 and serves as the chairman of the board. White Fields' mission is to provide a continuum model of care offering a long-term home for abused and neglected boys. They strive to meet the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of these boys by giving them a long-term home, counseling, and guidance.
The Milk Bottle Grocery, located at 2426 N. Classen Boulevard in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is a grocery building with a large metal Braum's milk bottle atop its roof. The store was constructed in 1930, and the milk bottle was added in 1948.
It is organized in Delaware and headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma . As of December 31, 2021, the company had 71.3 million barrels of oil equivalent (436,000,000 GJ) of oil equivalent net proved reserves, of which 11% was petroleum, 34% was natural gas liquids, and 55% was natural gas.  Contents 1 History 2 Environmental impact
The Mid-Continent Life Building is a historic building at 1400 Classen Drive in Heritage Hills, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It was built by Col. R.T. Stuart, who was the founder of the Mid-Continent Life Insurance Co to house his company and was designed by Solomon Layton and opened in 1927.
Designed by J.W. Hawk and J.O. Parr, the Classical Revival style building was originally built in 1920 with three stories and four elevators, and underwent a seven-story addition, in 1929, making it the ten-story, 130 foot tall building it is today.
Oklahoma Natural Gas Company (ONG) was founded in 1906 by two attorneys, Dennis T. Flynn and Charles B. Ames, who planned to develop the natural gas that was a byproduct of the northern Oklahoma oilfields. ONG incorporated on October 9, 1906, under the laws of Oklahoma Territory. Flynn was president and Ames the secretary.