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Tower assembly for Hywind Tampen floating offshore wind farm, at Gulen, Sogn and Fjordane, Norway. Photo: Jan Arne Wold / Equinor

Equinor’s integrated Annual Report for 2022

On March 23, we presented our first integrated Annual Report, acknowledging society’s expectations of us and the ever increasing importance of sustainability in our operational and financial performance.

Offshore workers looking out to sea

Welcome to Equinor, an international energy company headquartered in Norway with 22,000 employees in 30 countries. For 50 years, we've been turning natural resources into energy for people and progress for society. Our ambition is to be a leading company in the energy transition.

Discover more about Equinor here
Diagram illustration of the future energy system for Europe

Norway and Germany are working together to create the energy system of the future.

Equinor and RWE are cooperating on energy security and the energy transition. Discover more here.

A decarbonised energy system for Europe

Current and forthcoming events

Equinor Q1 2023 results

To be announced

Annual general meeting 2023 for Equinor ASA

To be announced

Equinor Q2 2023 results

To be announced

The world is in the midst of an energy crisis and a climate crisis. Is it possible to solve them both?

In our mini-series The Biggest Test, four young people learn about the energy solutions of the future, have discussions with experts, and challenge our boss, Anders Opedal. Watch all 4 episodes here!

Watch all episodes
The Johan Sverdrup field photographed by drone

“A major contributor to secure energy supplies to Europe”

“Johan Sverdrup is a major contributor to secure energy supplies to Europe,” said Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Terje Aasland, at the official opening of Johan Sverdrup Phase 2 on 13 February.

Read more about Johan Sverdrup