Equinor in the US
The energy transition:
The defining opportunity of our time.
Does a future exist where we can ensure enough energy for everyone, while also being good stewards of our planet?
The world needs more energy — but it must be affordable, reliable, accessible. How will we do it?
By accelerating the energy transition — growing our portfolio in renewable energy, cutting greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas production, and developing technology that accelerates decarbonization.
By the time the global population reaches 9 billion in 2050, our goal is to be a net-zero company: delivering the energy the world needs, without contributing to global warming.
That’s why we believe the energy transition is the defining opportunity of our time.
Latest US news
$5 Million Offshore Wind Ecosystem Fund Announced
Equinor and partner bp, New York City Economic Development Corporation, and key community members kick off fund to promote workforce growth and inclusivity in New York’s offshore wind industry.
Equinor Appoints New President of US Offshore Wind
Molly Morris to lead Equinor Wind US.
Equinor US gas certified responsibly produced by Equitable Origin
HOUSTON, September 29, 2022 – Equinor has achieved EO100™ Certification from Equitable Origin for the entirety of its operated onshore natural gas production in the Appalachian Basin of Ohio.
Can a wind turbine generate more than electricity?
At Equinor, we’re planning to power nearly two million homes in New York with homegrown, renewable energy. But there’s more.
As a broad energy company with an ambitious net-zero target for 2050, we’re pursuing the development of offshore wind projects in the US and quickly becoming a leader in the country’s growing offshore wind industry.
That way we’re not only helping providing homes and industries with clean power and generating value, but also helping the US to meet its climate targets.
Renewable offshore wind energy
homes to be powered by offshore wind
Empire Wind and Beacon Wind
The U.S. East Coast is one of the most attractive growth markets for offshore wind in the world, and these projects will deliver homegrown, renewable electricity to New York. They represent a game-changer for our offshore wind business in the U.S. and demonstrate our commitment to be a leading company in the energy transition. Empire Wind and Beacon Wind are being developed by Equinor and bp through their 50-50 strategic partnership in the U.S.
The US is a core area for Equinor’s oil & gas production.
We are the 5th largest producer of oil & gas in the US Gulf of Mexico and our US onshore operations are Equinor’s largest international production outside Norway.
Onshore oil and gas
We are applying innovative technology to ensure that our onshore assets are producing energy safely and with the lowest possible CO2 and methane emissions.
Offshore oil and gas
We are taking our proven experience from the Norwegian continental shelf and elsewhere and applying it to our position offshore in the Gulf of Mexico.
of gas and oil equivalent per day produced in U.S
includes non-operated and equity production (2021)
Our production from the Gulf of Mexico
Hydrogen: a fuel of the future
Hydrogen and carbon capture and storage have the potential to play a critical role in decarbonization, including in hard-to-abate sectors such as cement and steel. We aim to create a low-carbon energy hub in the United States, leveraging our experience in key European hydrogen projects.
The Appalachian region, with an abundance of natural gas resources, industrial capabilities, and a skilled workforce, can help meet America’s energy needs while supporting a low-carbon future.
We’re innovating with others to shape the energy of the future.
The need for a low carbon future poses new challenges that require partnerships, collaboration and innovative minds to create new energy solutions.
We recognize that we’re not the only ones with big ideas for sustainable ways to power the world. That's why we closely partner with industry peers, NGOs and leading academic institutions. Many of these partnerships are led from the United States, one of our key innovation hubs.
In the US we are ambitiously working to reduce our methane emissions towards a zero emissions future.
150 new technologies
evaluated in the US every year
First and foremost, safety.
Our people are the most essential part of our company, and that’s why safety and security is our top priority. We focus on preventing all accidents related to people, assets and the environment by creating a strong culture of safety that is at the core of our procedures and operations in every facility.
To share views about safety and environmental matters in our US offshore business, contact SafetyandEnvironment@equinor.com
Our people: Recruitment
Our people are at the heart of everything we do, and we’re building a workforce that reflects the diversity of the business and communities that we operate in. Join us and work to shape the energy of the future!
Over the last 30 years we have strengthened our presence in the US, employing a thousand people in all of our US office locations
Our offices in the US
Since 1987, Equinor has had a presence in the United States. Today, our US offices are key to our strategy and helps drive innovation in our company.
In Houston, we manage key strategic and innovative initiatives and our offshore exploration and production activities.
Our location in Stamford, Connecticut is the center for our trading activities and our offshore wind projects.
In support of our growing renewables activity, Equinor has an office in Boston, and joint project offices in San Francisco and New York City.
Houston. 2107 CityWest Blvd, Suite 100, Houston, Texas, 77042
Tel: +1 713 918 8200
Washington D.C. 1050 K Street, NW, Suite 950, Washington, DC 20001-4417
Tel: +1 202 370 5219
Stamford. 600 Washington Blvd, Suite 800, Stamford, CT 06901
Tel: +1 203-978-6900
San Francisco. 505 Howard St, San Francisco, CA 94105
Tel: +1 731 258 3851
Boston. 53 State Street, Suite 500, Boston, MA 02109
New York Project Office. 34 35th Street, Suite A415, Brooklyn, NY 11232