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Our Annual General Meeting took place on May 15th—and confirmed our name change.
Equinor in brief
Equinor is an international energy company present in more than 30 countries worldwide, including several of the world’s most important oil and gas provinces. Our headquarters are in Stavanger, Norway, and we have over 20,000 employees. We are listed on the New York and Oslo stock exchanges.
The Equinor share is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker codes STL and STO respectively*.The Norwegian state is the largest shareholder with 67% of the shares, managed by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.
Capital market updates
Our dividend is declared in USD, and the NOK dividend is calculated and communicated four business days after the record date for Oslo Børs shareholders.
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Our stock market announcements
June 5, 2018
Election to Equinor's board of directors
In a meeting in the Corporate Assembly of Equinor ASA (OSE:EQNR, NYSE:EQNR) on 5 June 2018 Anne Drinkwater and Jonathan Lewis were elected as new members to Equinor’s board of directors.
May 29, 2018
Recommendation from Equinor's nomination committee
The nomination committee in Equinor recommends that the company's corporate assembly elects Anne Drinkwater and Jonathan Lewis as new members to Equinor’s board of directors.
May 25, 2018
Announcement of dividend per share for the fourth quarter 2017 in NOK
Equinor announced 7 February 2018 dividend per share of USD 0.23 for fourth quarter 2017.
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Our latest annual report is the 2017 edition, published on March 23, 2018, and now also available in XBRL format. All previous annual reports are available to download in PDF, dating back to 1972.
Annual Report 2017
2017 has been a good year for us, both operationally and financially. We have seen significant positive impacts from the improvements, and have benefitted from an upturn in the oil and gas market. And we have delivered on the sharpened strategy we launched in February 2017.
In 2017, we presented our strategy: always safe, high value, low carbon. We set clear ambitions for the future, and we have delivered above and beyond our ambitious targets. We are now a stronger, more resilient and more competitive company.
The safety of our people and integrity of our operations remains our top priority. Over the past decade we have steadily improved our safety results, and in 2017, our serious incident frequency came in at 0.6. We will use this as inspiration and continue our efforts.
We must always be prepared for volatility in our markets. Our improvement work started when prices were still high, and we have used the downturn to reset the company, reducing the break-even price of our next generation portfolio to USD 21 per barrel.
Last year we said we would be cash flow positive at USD 50 per barrel in 2017, but we were actually cash flow positive well below USD 50, and we tripled our adjusted earnings to USD 12.6 billion.
We believe the winners in the energy transition will be those who can deliver at low cost and with low carbon emissions. We believe there are attractive business opportunities in the transition to a low-carbon economy, and we continue to build a material industrial position in new energy solutions.
In the autumn of 2017 we started production from Dudgeon, and the floating windfarm Hywind. Today, we operate three offshore wind projects in the UK, delivering competitive returns.
We believe we are well prepared to deal with the current market situation and have the expertise, capacity and leadership capabilities necessary to create new business opportunities and long-term value for our shareholders.
We intend to continue our journey from a focused oil and gas to a broad energy company—a journey that’s reflected in the choice of a new name that we hope will resonate with investors, partners and the talents we need to realise our strategy and reach our ambitions.
Annual reports dating back to 1972 are available for download from our archive.
Whom to contact in Investor Relations
In most cases, your account registrar will be able to help you with questions relating to your portfolio, dividends and participation at Annual General Meetings. For specific enquiries that must be addressed to our Investor Relations department, please call +47 51990000 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. For all other enquiries, please contact your local Statoil/Equinor office or our general enquiry line.
Information for analysts
Every quarter ahead of the earnings announcement, we collect earnings and production estimates from the equity analysts currently covering the company. These numbers become a proxy for the market’s expectations of our results.
Our debt and credit ratings
Our debt strategy is to support the overall financial flexibility of the group and ensure competitive terms and conditions on long term debt.
For a complete background on our debt and credit ratings, please follow the link below. The page contains full information on our
debt strategy, debt programmes, bond issues, maturity profile, financial ratios, credit facilities and credit ratings. Our contacts are found below.