Equinor buys US battery storage developer East Point Energy

Headquartered in Charlottesville, Virginia, the company has a 4.1GW pipeline of early to mid-stage battery storage projects focused on the US East Coast

‘World’s largest’ floating wind farm suffers delay due to steel supply bottlenecks

Equinor’s wind farm will supply electricity to oil and gas facilities

Will the outage at Norwegian gas hub impact exports to the UK?

Gas leaks led to the closure of Equinor’s Sleipner Riser gas transportation hub

Good Energy’s Founder Juliet Davenport appointed Energy Institute President

Ms Davenport is the successor to former National Grid Chief Executive Officer Steve Holliday

Norway’s Equinor shuts down three oilfields due to strike

The shutdown of the Gudrun, Oseberg South and Oseberg East fields comes after the Norwegian Organisation of Manager and Executives (Lederne) trade union went on strike from midnight

Fire at Norway’s Mongstad oil refinery extinguished

The incident, which was reported at 5.46am yesterday, occurred in a section of the refinery that produces gasoline, leading to parts of the plant involved in production of some refined products affected

Shell to take over as operator of Gulf of Mexico field from Equinor

Equinor will retain 49% of its stake in the project, which has been renamed as the Sparta development

Does government’s windfall tax make oil majors more likely to ditch giant North Sea projects?

Equinor is reportedly reconsidering its plan for a field near the Shetland Islands

Equinor and Technip Energies forge floating wind pact

They will work together to develop floating wind steel semi-substructures, building on their joint ambition of driving the industrialisation of floating offshore wind

Will this be the ‘UK’s first’ power station fitted with carbon capture tech?

SSE Thermal and Equinor have awarded a FEED contract for the proposed Keadby 3 carbon capture power station in North Lincolnshire