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Stock market announcements relating to our ongoing share buy-back are published on Oslo Børs.
The Equinor share is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange with ticker code EQNR. The Norwegian state is the largest shareholder with 67% of the shares, managed by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.
Our third quarter 2019 results were presented 24 October
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 (OSE) shareholders.
Q3 CASH DIVIDEND USD
EX. DIVIDEND DATE (OSE)
EX. DIVIDEND DATE (NYSE)
Our stock market announcements
November 25, 2019
Announcement of dividend per share for the second quarter 2019 in NOK
Equinor announced 25 July 2019 dividend per share of USD 0.26 for second quarter 2019.
November 18, 2019
From 18 November 2019, the shares in Equinor will be traded ex dividend at USD 0.26.
November 13, 2019
Execution of debt capital market transactions
On Wednesday November 13, 2019 Equinor ASA, guaranteed by Equinor Energy AS, executed the following debt capital market transaction:
Our latest Annual Report is the 2018 edition, published on March 15, 2019. All previous annual reports are available for download, dating back to 1972.
Annual Report 2018
“We are in a strong position today. We have strengthened our competitiveness, improved our project portfolio and have a clear strategy for further development of our company. We have positioned ourselves for long-term shareholder value creation and to be competitive in a low-carbon future. Our results confirm that we are on track with our ambitions to increase returns, grow production and bring cash flow to high levels in the years to come,” writes Eldar Sætre, in his letter to shareholders.
In 2018, Equinor delivered record-high equity production of 2.111 million barrels of oil equivalent per day. This has, combined with strong operational performance, contributed to USD 6.3 billion in organic free cash flow for the full year and strengthened our financial position. The reserve replacement ratio (RRR) was 213% in 2018, driven by sanctioning of new fields, positive revisions and acquisitions. 2018 saw increased prices and increased margins for the industry. Equinor's average realised liquids price was USD 63.1 per barrel for the year.
“Last year was one for the history books. We became Equinor after almost 50 years as Statoil. Our name change reflects the global energy transition and our development as a broad energy company,” writes Sætre.
Organic capex for 2018 was USD 9.9 billion, around USD 1 billion below the initial guiding, achieved through continued efficiency improvements and strong project deliveries. Equinor completed 24 exploration wells in 2018. For the full year, the serious incident frequency came in at 0.5, a positive development from the previous year.
Equinor has initiated a series of safety initiatives at all levels and parts of the company, with the 'Safety beyond 2020' project as the main corporate initiative. "The safety of our people and integrity of our operations remains our top priority,” says Sætre in the letter.
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 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.
We voluntarily apply a ‘closed period’ before the results of a reporting period are announced. During the two-week period preceding the announcement, we limit our communications with the capital market and will not meet with capital market representatives.
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.