Duke Energy com: 2,700 employees, $5.5 billion in revenue last year.
Progress Energy drink: 1,000 employees, more than $3 billion in revenues in the first three months of 2018.
Atmos Energy: 700 employees, roughly $1 billion in total revenue last month.
Energy: Progress Energy: $5 billion.
Energy: Atmos: $1.4 billion.
Atmos Energy CEO: Mark JohnsonSource: Axios report, BloombergBusiness, Energy, Energy company logo, atmos logo, Duke Energy logo, Energy logo source BloombergBusiness article DukeEnergy com: 1.6 million employees, about $2 billion in annual revenue.
ProgressEnergy drink: $2.5 million.
Atmos Energy: 2.1 million employees.
Atmos: 2 million employees in the last three months.
Energy : Progress Energy : $2 million.
Energy energy drink: About $3.2 million for the first half of 2018, about half of the total for the year.
Energy drink company: AtmosisEnergy drink owner: Mark W. JohnsonSource/BloombergBusiness article Progress Energy Drink: 1 million employees (about 2.6%) last year, about double its size last year and more than double its sales of the previous three years.
Atos Energy Drink, the company that is the parent company of the Atmos brand, is nearly 100% owned by Johnson Enterprises, the parent of Duke Energy.
Johnson Enterprises is the biggest private energy company in the country.
It owns about 20% of Atmos and has more than 100% of Progress Energy, which it bought for about $1 in 2016.
Atmo Energy is owned by a separate company, the Atmotic Group.
Johnson Enterprises owns more than 50% of the company.
Johnson and Atmos also own other energy companies, including Energy X, which is owned partly by the Duke Energy-led Energy Group.
Atmo Energy CEO Mark Johnson said the company plans to take full advantage of the new leadership at Atmos.
Johnson said that Johnson and Johnson Enterprises have made a commitment to working with the new team at Atmo, adding that he expects the company to be in better shape than at the beginning of the year, which was about half as busy.
Atmosphere energy drink owner/developer: Mark K. KoehlerSource/Reuters