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Equinor in the UK 

Building a strong energy partnership

We’re the Norwegian energy partner that’s committed to helping the UK take on the energy challenges of today and tomorrow.

We believe investment, innovation and a broad mix of energy sources, from gas and oil to wind and hydrogen, is the only answer to reliable, affordable, sustainable energy as we transition to a net zero future.

A conversation about the energy transition

As 2020 drew to a close, our chief economist Eirik Wærness sat down (virtually) with CEO of Energy UK Emma Pinchbeck to discuss the future of the energy transition, recent developments in the UK and what to look out for in 2021. You can watch or listen to their conversation below.

What we do

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Powering the UK’s energy future

Together with FT Commercial, we’ve created new content to showcase the exciting projects we are working on to power the UK’s energy future and help with the energy transition. You’ll hear about Britain’s path to net zero, how we’re part of the world’s first net zero cluster in the North East of England and how, for a hydrogen economy to succeed, carbon capture and storage (CCS) is crucial.

Britain’s Path to Net Zero

World’s First Net Zero Cluster


There will be no net zero without carbon capture and hydrogen

Hydrogen will be crucial if the UK is to meet its 30-year target of bringing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero. In order to cut emissions, we will need to create a hydrogen economy, and for the hydrogen economy to succeed, Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is essential.

This content was paid for and produced by Equinor in partnership with the commercial department of the Financial Times.

See the action we’re taking to help the UK reach net zero

Equinor in the UK

Building a lasting partnership

“As the country’s leading energy provider, Equinor is committed to playing a key role ... and building a broad energy partnership with the UK. We have been here for over 35 years, investing in multi-billion pound projects and creating hundreds of jobs.”

Al Cook, Executive Vice President and UK Country Manager

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