HIP Investor Inc and the Social Venture Technology Group, both based in San Francisco, have together developed an exclusive methodology they call HIP -- Human Impact + Profit -- for measuring the environmental and social impacts of business. They rate companies based on their management practices (including setting sustainability goals, and if and how managers are held accountable for those goals), as well as their human impact (such as human rights, greenhouse-gas emissions, and investment in renewable-energy sources). Fast Co asked the HIP/SVT team to analyze the world's 10 largest integrated oil companies by revenue (excluding majority state-owned operations). What the team found was provocative. Several companies have hired sustainability chiefs, opened lines of communication with activists, and begun -- slowly -- to invest in renewable energy. The highlights of the HIP/SVT analyses of the 10 biggest oil companies, listed in order of their combined scores for progressive management or HIP practices, is presented.