Data sharing in Equinor

To foster research, study, development and innovation, we are making data available to suppliers and academia. In the near future, this page will be updated to provide background information, answers to frequently asked questions and links to all the data sets.

In June 2018, Equinor published all the subsurface and production data from a field on the Norwegian Contintental Shelf for the first time. We wish to support the energy innovators of the future with complete sets of data for research and study purposes. 

 

Northern Lights

The Northern Lights project will disclose datasets from the confirmation well 31/5-7 Eos.  Extensive amounts of data have been acquired through coring, logging, sampling and a production test. Willing to share knowledge in a transparent manner the Northern Lights projects partners have decided to give open access to 31/5 Eos well data and make such data available for download. The Northern Lights project believes data sharing can play an important role in building trust in the technology as well as unlocking value and innovation potential in the CCS industry.

Hywind Scotland

Operational data from the world’s first floating offshore wind farm, Hywind Scotland, is now available to access on a free-to-use basis for supply chain businesses and academia through the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult’s Platform for Operational Data (POD) service. This is additional to the complete set of data from the decommissioned North Sea oil field, Volve, available under a Creative Commons Licence, published in 2018.