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Now, more than ever, safety and caring for people comes first. In Equinor, health and safety are always our top priority—but the magnitude of the corona crisis calls for a broader contribution. That’s why we’re announcing donations to leading organisations.


Across the globe, we’re doing what we can to safely supply families, hospitals and businesses the energy they need in these difficult times. The scale of the corona pandemic is unprecedented, and it’s placing societies and people under tremendous pressure.

Now, to support the global response to the pandemic, Equinor is donating 500,000 USD each to the Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the WHO hosted by the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation, and the Norwegian Refugee Council for their Covid-19-related activities.

At the same time, our employees around the world are conveying a message of hope: 
Be safe. Take care. We’ll get through this together.

Annual & sustainability reports for 2019

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We presented our 2019 Annual Report and Form 20-F and Sustainability Report on March 20th. 

“The outbreak of the Corona virus and the sharp drop in oil prices are impacting industries and companies around the world and are expected to impact Equinor for a long time. We are a robust company with a strong balance sheet, and we are now really benefitting from the improvements made in recent years. Through those efforts, we are better prepared to handle volatile markets and unexpected events,” says Eldar Sætre, President and CEO of Equinor ASA.

Corona update for suppliers: For the latest information to contractors, partners, suppliers and their personnel regarding the Corona virus, please see our Suppliers page. 

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.

To better understand the Norwegian seabed, our IT experts travelled to the Spanish Pyrenees.

Torgeir Haaland and Margaux Ledieu wanted to work where they could contribute to developing solutions to the climate challenge. That’s exactly what they are doing in Equinor—and their quest took them to the Spanish Pyrenees.