The Petroleum Safety Authority of Norway has announced consent for Equinor to commence exploration drilling in block 6406/2 in the Norwegian Sea.
Former head of executive vice president, global strategy and business development at Equinor, John Knight, is to join Norwegian oil and gas private-equity firm HitechVision.
ExxonMobil has bought half of Equinor’s interest in the BM-S-8 block offshore Brazil, which contains part of the 2-billion-barrel, pre-salt Carcara oil field.
The Pioneering Spirit installed the 22,000-tonne drilling platform topsides on the Johan Sverdrup field over the weekend.
Equinor has today released footage of the installation of the first riser platform in the Johan Sverdrup field project.
Equinor is meeting members of Western Isles council today as it aims to roll out its Hywind technology.
The drilling topside for Equinor's Johan Sverdrup field is setting sail from Aibel's yard in Haugesund on its way to the North Sea today.
Energy giant Equinor has signed an agreement with Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR to develop the Karabakh oilfield in the Caspian Sea.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor plans to elect two new board members at its corporate assembly meeting next month.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate said yesterday that it has granted Equinor a continuation for the use of the Oseberg Ost facility.
The largest labour union in Norway announced the agreement of a new pay deal today, while a smaller workers union held off from accepting terms.
Contractor Odfjell Drilling today announced a £120 million deal with Equinor for the Deepsea Atlantic rig.
There is "still a lag" between awarding licences and "tangible drilling" in the North Sea, an energy research group warned in a report today.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor and its project partners have agreed to stump up £175 million for another three wells on the Fram field.
The uptake of licences west of Shetland by major operators shows the basin has “huge potential”, a top Aberdeen academic said.
The 30th North Sea licensing round proves big players are not ready to leave UK waters yet, an analyst said today.
Energy giant Equinor said today it had won nine North Sea licences in the 30th offshore bidding round.
Norwegian energy firm Equinor, formerly Statoil, has defended itself against accusations by Greenpeace of “greenwashing” in a bid to obscure its oil and gas operations.
Akastor ASA owned company AKOFS Offshore today announced the signing of a letter of intent with Norwegian energy firm Equinor, formerly Statoil, for well intervention services.
Statoil’s decision to operate under the rebranded name Equinor has been condemned as “nothing but greenwashing” by climate activist group, Greenpeace.
Equinor, formerly Statoil, has awarded Aker Solutions a £91million for the supply of a module for the Troll A platform.
Statoil confirmed this morning that its new name, Equinor, was approved at the firm's AGM yesterday.
An Oslo court has ordered Statoil to pay Chinese firm COSL compensation for cancelling contract following a fatal accident on a rig in 2015.
Statoil's name change to Equinor is expected to be voted through at the Norwegian energy giant's annual general meeting tomorrow.
Energy giant Statoil has said its next generation of oil and gas projects will have a reduced level of CO2 emissions.