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Our quarterly results will be presented Thursday 25 October.

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  • October 22, 2018

    Rowan Stavanger to drill for Gudrun

    Rowan Norway Limited has been awarded a contract for drilling two wells at the Gudrun field by use of the Rowan Stavanger jack-up rig.

    October 22, 2018
  • October 18, 2018

    Equinor further focuses NCS portfolio

    Equinor has signed an agreement with PGNiG to sell its non-operated interests in the Tommeliten discovery on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) for a total of USD 220 million.

    October 18, 2018

Could this be the best-kept secret of climate solutions?

A waste incineration chimney in Oslo releases as much CO2 per year as 200,000 cars. But we don’t have to let this gas billow into our atmosphere and destroy our climate. Now we can store it safely, three kilometres below the North Sea.

Digitalisation is changing our lives

Self-driving cars, robots and more accessible technology. Digitalisation is no longer a thing of the “future.” Many of your work tasks will probably be automated and taken over by robots. Is that a good or a bad thing?

How ‘Carbon-Knut’ helped us reach our emissions target two and half years early

Our ‘carbon detective’ is on the hunt for emissions:

Techstars Energy Accelerator

Right now, the ten start-up companies that were selected from hundreds of applicants across 38 countries are gathered in Oslo to accelerate their innovations. Find out what they’re up to!

Mariner: Hooking up a giant

800 people are hard at work offshore, installing the enormous Mariner field. It’s the largest field development on the UK continental shelf in recent years. 

Evaluating powering platforms with floating offshore wind  

We’re exploring the possibilities of supplying the oil and gas fields Snorre and Gullfaks in the North Sea with power from floating offshore wind — a world first. 

CEO Eldar Sætre has worked for Statoil for 38 years:

“Why I believe it was right to change our name.”

The Annual General Meeting voted to support the name change. CEO Eldar Sætre admits it will take some getting used to. “But we need to be prepared for the future,” he says.

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