China had 23 companies in the Top 250 list compiled by Platts, a global energy, petrochemical and metal information service provider.
Commenting on the Asian companies performance, Platts President Larry Neal said the Asian companies were outperforming themselves year after year, which reflected the enormous growth and energy demand potential in the region.
The list, however, was dominated by Western oil & gas majors, taking the top eight ranking of the list.
ExxonMobil, which has maintained its number one position on the list for the past eight years, was followed by Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron Corp, BP, OJSC Gazprom, Statoil, Total and ConocoPhillips.
Chinese major PetroChina came in on the ninth spot with Roseneft Oil on 10.
The Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings, now in their 11th year, are based on data compiled and