The General Board of Pension and Health Benefits has half a billion dollars invested in the largest fossil fuel companies in the world, with investments in 28 of the top 100 coal companies and 78 of the top 100 oil and gas companies by reserves.

Here are the names of those companies:

COAL

AGL

Alcoa

Allete

Anglo American

Arcelor Mittal

Arch Coal

ARM

BHP Billiton

Black Hills

Capital Power

Cliffs Natural Resources

CLP Holdings

Consol Energy

EVRAZ

FirstEnergy

Idemitsu Kosan

Itochu

James River

Marubeni

Mitsubishi

Mitsui & Co

Nacco

Rio Tinto

RWE

Sasol

Teck

Vale

Wesfarmers

OIL AND GAS

Anadarko Petroleum

Antero Resources

Apache

ARC Resources

BASF

BG Group

BHP Billiton

BP

Cabot Oil & Gas

Canadian Natural Resources

Canadian Oil Sands

Cenovus Energy

Chesapeake Energy

Chevron

Cimarex Energy

CNOOC

Concho Resources

ConocoPhillips

Consol Energy

Continental Resources

Crescent Point Energy

Denbury Resources

Devon Energy

Ecopetrol

Encana

Energen

Energy XXI

Enerplus

ENI

EOG Resources

EQT

ExxonMobil

Freeport-McMoRan

Gazprom

Hess

Husky Energy

Imperial Oil

Inpex

KazMunaiGas EP

Linn Energy

Lukoil

Maersk Group

Marathon Oil

MEG Energy

Mitsui & Co

Murphy Oil

National Fuel Gas

Newfield Exploration

Noble Energy

Novatek

Oasis Petroleum

Occidental

Oil Search

OMV

PDC Energy

Penn West Petroleum

Peyto E&D

Pioneer Natural Resources

QEP Resources

Range Resources

Repsol

Rosneft

Royal Dutch Shell

RWE

Santos

Sasol

SM Energy

Southwestern Energy

Statoil

Suncor Energy

Total

Tourmaline Oil

Tullow Oil

Ultra Petroleum

Whiting Petroleum

Woodside Petroleum

WPX Energy

YPF


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