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Marketing and Supply - graduate opportunities

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Marketing and Supply aims to maximise the value creation in Equinor's mid-and downstream positions via marketing and trading crude, petroleum products, natural gas, hydrogen, ammonia, CO2 storage, electricity, and carbon emissions. As part of Equinor's Marketing, Midstream, and Processing business area, we are responsible for developing infrastructure to ensure flow assurance for Equinor's upstream production, low carbon solutions (CCS and Hydrogen), and external market analysis.

We are close to 1,000 employees working in crucial roles across multiple disciplines and specialisms. We also have functional responsibility within IT, value chain improvements, and digitalisation.

You can expect to rotate to different roles in MMP during the programme. You will become a valuable member of our graduate community and collaborate with teams across Equinor's value chain.

Meet one of our graduates

If you think marketing and supply sounds interesting, I will definitely vouch for that. It’s so broad and there are so many different things you can do and rotate between. For example, you have sales of gas or other products, you have shipping, you have digitalisation, and you have the onshore plants you can work with. It gives you a really good opportunity to get a broad view of our value chain, which is all part of the marketing and supply programme.

Lise JørpelandGraduate, Marketing and Supply
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What can you do in Marketing and Supply?

We believe in development via exposure and on-the-job training

and we’ll help you shape your career path in line with our strategy and your skills, talent, and aspirations. Some of the areas you could end up working in include:

  • Macroeconomics, energy- and commodity market analysis
  • Trading, marketing, portfolio optimisation, commercial commodity logistical operations
  • Asset optimisation, business case development, and negotiations
  • Shipping and chartering
  • Commercial contracts management and deal handling
  • Government and regulatory affairs
  • Analytics and data management

Who can apply?

We recruit graduates from a range of academic backgrounds, including:

Economics, finance, shipping, trading, logistics, business, industrial economics, innovation, engineering, naval architecture, marine technology, offshore technology, maritime law, political science and law, energy management, data science, data management or sustainability.

Which locations could I be based at?

Graduates applying for this discipline could be assigned to one of the following locations:

Norway (Stavanger)

UK (London)

Brazil (Rio)