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Workers at Kårstø refinery
Two of our employees using the digital field worker solution at Kårstø processing plant in Norway.
Photo: Ole Jørgen Bratland, Equinor

Energy drives economies and sustains societies. Whether it’s for transport, healthcare, manufacturing, heating, cooling – or simply for a lightbulb to read by, energy is essential to our lives. Every day, as we energise the lives of over 170 million people, we at Equinor are working to resolve the trilemma of climate, affordability, and security — driving the energy transition forward.

Current and forthcoming events

Equinor Q4 and full year 2022 press conference


Equinor CMU and Q4 2022 results


Annual report 2022

To be announced

Capital markets update

Equinor ASA will host a press conference on Wednesday 8 February 2023 to present our financial results for the fourth quarter and full year 2022.

The fourth quarter 2022 financial results and Capital Markets Update 2023 presentations will be published here at 06.00 UK time, and the events will be streamed here at

The world is in the midst of an energy crisis – at the same time as the climate crisis hangs over us. Can we handle both?

In the miniseries The Biggest Test, four young people learned about the energy solutions of the future, sparred with subject matter experts and finally challenge the boss himself, Anders Opedal.

Watch all episodes
Workers aboard the crew transfer vessel MCS Swath 1, on their way out to work at Hywind Scotland
Workers aboard the crew transfer vessel MCS Swath 1, on their way out to work at Hywind Scotland
Photo: Ole Jørgen Bratland

Equinor marks 5 years of operations at world’s first floating wind farm

Hywind Scotland, the world’s first floating offshore wind farm, has passed five years in operation since its commissioning in 2017.

Our plan for the energy transition and net zero by 2050

How – exactly – are we going to get there? There is a concrete plan behind the ambitions and the company's stated strategy.

Dive into our plan for the energy transition