Is this Norway’s most digital workplace?
Over the next five years, Maren and her colleagues will help Equinor increase earnings by NOK 15 billion kroner and reduce carbon emissions.
“It’s not just technology — it’s how we work. We need to understand how we can work more efficiently and make better decisions based on digital solutions.”
Torbjørn F. Folgerø
Thanks to digitalisation, our industry will become safer to operate, people will be taken out of harm’s way and there will be reduced risk of injury. At the same time, monotonous and repetitive tasks will be automated and taken over by robotisation, freeing up employees for other tasks.
These are just some of the opportunities we see coming from this technological transformation. New digital tools are altering the way we live and work.
Opportunities that will change our perspectives, support higher precision and quality in our work, and free up time and creativity to delve into the more challenging parts of the job.
It’s the ability to combine people and technology that will create advantages in the years to come.
The true value of digitalisation is unlocked when we find the sweet spot between technology and human power
Digitalisation is changing us as a company. Equinor’s strategy is based on three pillars; always safe, high value and low carbon. New technology and smart devices provide better decision-making support and contributes to value creation through maximum use of our data.
Make data available anytime, anywhere
Enabling our employees to make better decisions, faster through accessible data and insights
Developing digital competence to become an industry leader
Digitalisation is as much about the mindset and the culture, as it is about tools and technology.
Safety and sustainability in Equinor is strengthened through leveraging digital technologies. Here are some of the gains being achieved from digitalisation and innovation:
50% increase in cash flow improvements — 2020 to 2025. Equinor share pre-tax.
Remotely Operated Factory™ — Capex reduction
New facility concept compared to conventional
Automated drilling —
Automated drilling compared to conventional
Cash flow improvements already delivered in 2019 and 2020
Our long term ambition is to deliver USD 4 billion by 2025.
If you didn’t — here’s why we’re sharing them, what they contain, how to access them, and what it’s been used for so far. Data is the new oil, and we’re sharing a lot of it!
By sharing data, we can foster new ideas to solve complex energy problems.
Northern Lights 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. Read more about Northern Lights here.
Succeeding with digitalisation will be essential to future competitiveness by developing flexibility and operational efficiency and safety.
Digitalisation already has a far-reaching impact and is profoundly changing the company. But the world around us is also changing and the future depends on smart solutions. Our objective in Equinor is to be an industry leader in applying new digital solutions.