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Can an oil and gas company be part of a sustainable energy future? We’re working actively to reduce climate emissions, put a price on carbon, and benefit societies around the world. We aim to be the world's most carbon-efficient oil and gas producer, and are investing actively in renewables.

Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) took place Wednesday 15  May 

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Solid results, cash flow & industrial development  

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Last quarter we delivered solid financial results, produced energy at a high level, and had the official opening of the Arkona wind farm in Germany.


Find all the numbers and presentations from our 1Q 2019 results here.  

Annual and Sustainability Reports for 2018:

On track to increase returns and grow production


Read and download our Annual and Sustainability Reports below.

Increased popularity with students

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Equinor has been ranked the most attractive employer by technology students for the 23rd year in a row—also achieving high rankings with economics and IT students.

The Norwegian continental shelf: still going strong 

We remain fully committed to the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS), maintaining a high level of exploration activity in all areas to replenish our portfolio while maximizing value from existing infrastructure. Now, we are delighted to have been awarded 29 new licences on the NCS.  

On the hunt for good ideas

Kristin Aamodt and Equinor Technology Ventures evaluate more than 300 ideas each year—but only a few make the grade. Read her advice to entrepreneurs.

Here’s how your CO2 emissions can be stored under the ocean

A waste incineration chimney in Oslo releases as much CO2 per year as 200,000 cars. But we don’t have to let this gas billow into our atmosphere and destroy our climate. Now we can store it safely, three kilometres below the North Sea.

Digitalisation is changing our lives

Self-driving cars, robots and more accessible technology. Digitalisation is no longer a thing of the “future.” Many of your work tasks will probably be automated and taken over by robots. Is that a good or a bad thing?

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