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We energise the lives of 170 million people. Every day. 

We are 21,000 colleagues committed to turning natural resources into energy for people and progress for society in over 30 countries worldwide. Equinor is developing as a broad energy company, leveraging strong synergies between oil, gas, renewables, carbon capture and hydrogen.

Pooling the best of the Norwegian offshore industry to take a leap into new markets:

We’re building the world’s largest floating offshore windfarm. With a little help from our friends.

Lots of people have said “what if…?” But no-one has actually tried powering offshore platforms with wind turbines before. Now, together with Enova and Kværner, we’re building the world’s largest floating offshore wind farm—Hywind Tampen—in the middle of the North Sea.

Meet the coolest robots working in energy.

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Driven by advances in digitalisation, robotisatoin is taking the energy industry by storm. Here, we take a look at some of the most exciting robots working for us today — and those that will be in the future.

Calendar of forthcoming events

Data to the people.

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Did you know that data from our Volve and Hywind assets are open and available? If you didn’t — here’s why we’re sharing it, what it contains, how to access it and what it’s been used for so far. Data is the new oil and we’re sharing a lot of it!

Knowledge shared is knowledge squared:

Six ways our oil and gas expertise is energising renewables

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Five decades of offshore operations are helping us to shape the future of energy. But what do we mean by that? Here are six ways we’re drawing on our oil and gas expertise in renewables.

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Plan for world-leading clean hydrogen plant in the UK

We’re leading the H2H Saltend project to develop one of the world’s first blue hydrogen facilities.

Northern Lights: a groundbreaking project for capture and storage of CO₂

Equinor, Shell and Total have decided to invest in the Northern Lights project — Norway’s first exploitation licence for CO₂ storage on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. 

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