We energise the lives of 170 million people. Every day.
We turn natural resources into energy for people and progress for society worldwide. Equinor leverages strong synergies between oil, gas, renewables, carbon capture and hydrogen.Read more about us
Equinor and SSE Thermal acquire Triton Power and prepare for transition to hydrogen
Equinor and SSE Thermal are stepping up ambitions to contribute to decarbonisation in the UK. The companies are buying power company Triton Power from Energy Capital Partners (ECP), an energy-transition infrastructure investor, and are starting preparations to use hydrogen in the Saltend Power Station.
Equinor and partners consider 1 GW offshore wind farm off the coast of Western Norway
Equinor and its partners Petoro, TotalEnergies, Shell and ConocoPhillips in the Troll and Oseberg fields, have initiated a study and are looking into possible options for building a floating offshore wind farm in the Troll area some 65 kilometres west of Bergen, Norway.
Equinor and Technip Energies enter strategic collaboration for floating wind substructures
The two companies come together to develop floating wind steel semi substructures that aim to accelerate technology development for floating offshore wind, enable cost reductions and develop local value opportunities.
Norway as an energy nation
In this podcast series, we tell exciting stories about people and events that have helped shape Norway as an energy nation. (In Norwegian)Listen here
Energy transition plan
This is our action plan with short-term actions and medium-term ambitions necessary to realise our ambition of becoming net zero by 2050.
Published 22 March 2022Download the plan (PDF)
Johan Sverdrup is the third largest oil field on the Norwegian continental shelf, with expected resources of 2.7 billion barrels of oil equivalent.
Carbon capture, utilisation and storage
Equinor is a pioneer within carbon capture and storage, where we stop CO2 reaching the atmosphere by storing carbon safely and permanently under the sea bed.
Electrification of platforms
Electrification means replacing a fossil-based power supply with renewable energy, enabling a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from our offshore oil and gas production.
To get there. Together
Our ambition is to continue to supply energy to society with lower emissions and net zero by 2050. But we can not do the job alone.
Sustainability in Equinor
In Equinor, we agree that the transition to a more sustainable energy system is taking place too slowly. We are working to accelerate the transformation of the world’s energy systems to drive decarbonisation.
At the 2022 Universum student survey Equinor was awarded #1 amongst engineering students, #2 amongst business students and #3 amongst IT students.