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Johan Sverdrup is on stream. That’s good news for our investors, for Norway—and for emissions.

Our record-breaking Johan Sverdrup field came on stream a month ago and is already producing 200,000 barrels per day. Now we’re creating value for our shareholders, benefitting all Norwegians and cutting emissions to only 4% of the world average. 

Six more North Sea oil fields to be connected to Johan Sverdrup’s power-from-shore  

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  • November 18, 2019

    Ex dividend

    From 18 November 2019, the shares in Equinor will be traded ex dividend at USD 0.26.

    November 18, 2019

Some are calling for a halt to oil production. So why is Johan Sverdrup so important?

“Although people are criticising our industry, it’s still very important for Norway and the rest of the world,“ says geologist Thea Broch. “It’s important that the oil that is produced, is produced as cleanly as possible.“ And that’s why Johan Sverdrup matters.

A game-changer for Equinor’s offshore wind business

The world needs more offshore wind to meet global climate goals. Now we’re constructing the world’s largest offshore wind farm, Dogger Bank, which will produce renewable energy equivalent to powering 4.5 million British homes.

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Can artificial intelligence save real lives? Bjarte Johansen is working to find out.

Vital knowledge is stored in our databases, but if the right person doesn’t get it at the right time, accidents can happen. Bjarte Johansen is solving the problem — using artificial intelligence. 

Equinor increasingly attractive with IT professionals

Maria Majella Rio Bergsvåg (left), Åshild Hanne Larsen, Magnus Rørvik Brandtzæg and Virginie Bachelet are pleased that Equinor is ranked as an attractive employer.
(Photo: Line Slotnæs)

Equinor has once again been ranked the most attractive employer among professional engineers in the Universum awards in Norway – and is also becoming increasingly popular with IT experts. 

At the 2019 Universum professional awards, Equinor has been ranked the most attractive employer among Norwegian engineering professionals for the 16th year running. Universum surveyed more than 10,000 professionals working in Norway and handed out the awards in a ceremony in Oslo in November. We climbed from No. 12 on last years ranking among IT professionals, to No. 4 on this year’s. 

Head of IT, Thor-Andre Aresvik, believes we are popular with IT professionals because of our strong focus on self-development and a good working environment. “We emphasise skills development for each individual, and everyone in IT spends 20 percent of their time per week on developing their competence, obviously creating a good workplace culture,“ he says.