SCANA, the Cayce-based energy giant, fell in the latest rankings of the Fortune 500 largest publicly traded companies.
SCANA, the only company based solely in South Carolina to make the list, ranked 489.
That was down 44 places from last year on the rankings based on annual revenue. The power company?s revenue slid 20 percent last year on higher energy costs.
The Fortune 500 included on the list two Montreal-based companies with U.S. headquarters in South Carolina ? paper makers Domtar and AbitibiBowater.
Domtar, which has its U.S. headquarters in Fort Mill, was ranked 383. Its revenues slid 14.5 percent. The company was ranked 390 last year, though the magazine listed its headquarters in Montreal.