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Energising the world, empowering people.

Every day, as we energise the lives of over 170 million people, Equinor is working to resolve the energy trilemma: climate, affordability, and security. We aim to be a net zero emissions company by 2050, creating value through the opportunities provided by the energy transition.

Current and forthcoming events:

  • Equinor Q2 2024 results - analyst conference

    Analyst call
  • Global Supplier Day 2024

    IMI Forum, Mastrafjorden A Hall 1, inside the venue of ONS 2024, Stavanger
  • Equinor Q4 2024 results

    Analyst call
    To be announced
Eirik WĂŚrness

Energy Perspectives 2024

The speed and scale of the energy transition must increase in order to reach the 1.5-degree ambition. In 2024, almost half of the world’s population go to the polls. Many elections will demonstrate some of the key trends shaping world politics: geopolitical competition, economic nationalism, and political polarisation. This will impact global energy markets and the energy transition.

Subsea drone photo

Subsea drone sets new world record

A subsea drone working for Equinor recently set the world record for the longest period ever for an operational remotely controlled vessel underwater, spending 165 days at a depth of 330 metres.

The Saipem Hydrone-R drone has been working at the Njord field in the Norwegian Sea, performing drill support and production support activities and autonomous operations.

Want to contribute to the energy transition? Do it from inside.

A career at Equinor offers you an unparalleled opportunity to be part of a company that is working to advance the energy transition and combat climate change.