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Workers drill at the Saudi Aramco oil field complex facilities in Shaybah, Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Aramco is by far the most profitable company in the world, according to financial data disclosed by the state-run oil giant in Saudi Arabia.
The company made a whopping $111 billion in 2018, the data show. By comparison, Apple made $59.53 billion in fiscal 2018.
Saudi Aramco made its financial information available in a prospectus for a $10 billion bond sale, which the company plans to use to finance a nearly $70 billion stake in Saudi Arabia's petrochemicals company.
Despite Aramco's massive earnings, the company did not receive the top credit rating from agencies like Moody's as its heavy dependence on the country's economy could be a headwind for the company. Moody's issued an A1 rating for Aramco. Company's like Chevron and Exxon Mobil have ratings of Aa2 and Aaa, which are higher than Aramco's.
"Saudi Aramco has a proven track record of implementing large scale projects and has over the past decade significantly increased hydrocarbon production and refining capacity," Rehan Akbar, senior credit officer at Moody's, said in a note. "At the same time, credit linkages to the government of Saudi Arabia (A1 stable; A1 foreign currency ceiling) are significant, and result in our decision to constrain Aramco's rating to that of the government."
"Aramco is wholly-owned by the state and is expected to remain largely under government ownership even after any potential IPO in the future," Akbar added. "While there is a clear track record of Aramco having been run as a commercially independent company, the government's budget is highly reliant upon contributions from Aramco in the form of royalties, taxes and dividends."
—CNBC's Tom DiChristopher and Reuters contributed to this report.
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