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We energise the lives of 170 million people. Every day. 

We are 21,000 colleagues committed to turning natural resources into energy for people and progress for society in over 30 countries worldwide. Equinor is developing as a broad energy company, leveraging strong synergies between oil, gas, renewables, carbon capture and hydrogen.

Our Q3 results will be presented today. See our investor pages.

Find out why we’re sharing our data. 


Did you know that data from our Northern Lights, Volve and Hywind assets are open and available? If you didn’t — here’s why we’re sharing it, what it contains, how to access it and what it’s been used for so far. Data is the new oil, and we’re sharing a lot of it!

It’s been called the largest climate project in Norwegian industry. Here’s how Equinor is contributing to the groundbreaking collaboration.

Carbon capture and storage are to play a major role in the Norwegian climate solution. Equinor, Shell and Total are investing in the Northern Lights project — Norway’s first licence for CO₂ storage on the NCS and a major part of the initiative that the Norwegian government calls “Longship.”


Calendar of forthcoming events

Breakthrough for digitalisation:

Working offshore? There’s an app for that.

Our employees are joining the digital revolution this year as we scale up the use of innovative and exciting digital solutions throughout Equinor. Now they’re working more productively and safely, with better communications and fewer emissions. Welcome to the digital energy company.

We’re celebrating the first year of Johan Sverdrup. And the start of a digital revolution.

Our Johan Sverdrup field came on stream in October 2019, and has already produced oil worth more than NOK 50 billion. Digital technologies boosted earnings by over two billion NOK in the first year.

Pooling the best of the Norwegian offshore industry to take a leap into new markets:

We’re building the world’s largest floating offshore windfarm. With a little help from our friends.

Lots of people have said “what if…?” But no-one has actually tried powering offshore platforms with wind turbines before. Now, together with Enova and Kværner, we’re building the world’s largest floating offshore wind farm—Hywind Tampen—in the middle of the North Sea.

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