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  • August 29, 2018

    Building a core area in Brazil

    With daily oil production of over 90,000 barrels per day from current fields and with expected investments of more than 15 billion USD until 2030, Brazil has become a core area for Equinor.

    August 29, 2018

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. 

“If I want to have any influence over climate change, I must be where the decisions are made.”

Two years ago, 25-year-old Ragni Rørtveit openly criticized the oil and gas industry. Today, she’s working for Equinor. What happened, and how does she justify her decision?

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.

This is what changed us.

Some changes are so profound that they challenge us to find a new balance. As we go from being an oil and gas company to a broad energy company, it was natural to change our name. 

Equinor has been ranked as the most attractive employer by technology students for the 22nd year in a row—also achieving high rankings with economics and IT students. 

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