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Market Analysis & Trading

Kick-start your career as a graduate within Market Analysis & Trading

Equinor is recruiting for the 2024 Graduate Programme , and we are looking for curious, creative and analytical students who want to help us maximise the value of Equinor’s global production within oil, gas, power and carbon markets.

As a Market Analysis & Trading Graduate you’ll be working with external analysis, trading and risk, low carbon solutions projects, asset management, energy logistics and shipping or new markets and business development.

Our department is roughly 1,000 colleagues holding key roles, including traders, marketers, analysts, and operators. We are responsible for maximising Equinor's global production value, handling marketing and trading, low carbon solutions, transportation, and market analysis.

We are looking for graduates for our offices in Brazil, Norway, UK, and US, and we are looking for students with both commercial and technical backgrounds. However, strong analytical skills, market knowledge, and interest in the energy industry are essential for success.

What I love about my job is combining analytical tools and physical fundamentals to manage volatility and generate value. As a Market Analysis and Trading Graduate you get hands-on trading exposure and opportunities to make an impact.

GiovanniMarket Analysis and Trading Graduate 2021
Giovanni Zaccardi

Application periods

Brazil and Norway: 1 August - 4 September
UK and US: 11 September - 16 October

What you can expect

As a Market Analysis and Trading graduate, you'll have the chance to rotate through diverse roles in multiple global locations, within trading activities, market analysis, risk management, contractual support, low carbon solutions (LCS) projects like carbon capture, storage, and transitioning to hydrogen.

Additionally, you could contribute to new market development, such as carbon offset and low-carbon footprint certification.

Working with market analysis and trading offers a broad range of opportunities, and the listed responsibilities are not exhaustive. Your experience will vary based on your specific role and interests within the department.

I wanted to apply my skillset to an analytical role focused on Asian markets. I’m excited to now be working at the nexus of energy security and new energy markets.

VeronikaMarket Analysis and Trading Graduate 2022
Veronika Spurna

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