Norway’s ‘largest and longest’ oil pipeline in place

It is 283 kilometres long and extends from the Mongstad oil terminal to the giant Johan Sverdup field in the North Sea

Rolls-Royce to deliver battery systems for two offshore vessels

Golden Energy Offshore’s vessels will also receive an energy monitoring system that provides a complete overview of energy usage onboard

Could floating wind turbines power Equinor’s oil fields?

It is exploring the possibilities of directly connecting a wind farm to the Gullfaks and Snorre platforms

Equinor picks 10 tech start-ups developing energy platforms

They will go through an intensive 13-week mentoring programme in Oslo

Rolls-Royce full sail ahead with energy storage for ships

The company has been delivering battery systems since 2010, however, the units were previously supplied by an external party

EU invests €100m in bonds in German-Norway power interconnector

Once completed, Nordlink will have a total capacity of 1.4GW

Siemens Gamesa wins order for Norway’s giant wind farm

It will provide 51 turbines for the Tonstad Wind Farm

Equinor buys Danish energy trading company for €400m

It supports the firm’s move from being an upstream oil and gas company towards becoming a “broad energy company”

New investment from Equinor ‘to double Norwegian field’s remaining reserves’

The £224m is expected to boost resource recovery from the North Sea’s Fram field

Statoil officially rebranded as Equinor

The Norwegian firm changed its name to broaden its energy reach beyond oil and gas production