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Equinor and RWE to cooperate on energy security and decarbonisation

The German energy major RWE and Equinor will work together to develop large-scale value chains for low carbon hydrogen.

The partners aim to replace coal fired power plants with hydrogen-ready gas fired power plants in Germany, and to build production of low carbon and renewable hydrogen in Norway that will be exported through pipeline to Germany.

A sustainable path towards a necessary energy transition

The collaboration between Equinor and RWE will strengthen energy security and contribute to a necessary energy transition in Europe. Irene Rummelhoff, Equinor's executive vice president for MMP, explains how.

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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.

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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
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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.

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