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About the company

Equinor ASA, formerly Volue AS is a Norway-based international energy company. The Company’s purpose is to turn natural resources into energy. Equinor sells crude oil and delivers natural gas to the European market. It is also engaged in processing, refining, offshore wind and carbon capture and storage activities. Equinor ASA has five reporting segments: Exploration & Production Norway (E&P Norway), Exploration & Production International (E&P International), Exploration & Production USA (E&P USA), Marketing, Midstream & Processing (MMP) and Renewables (REN). The Company has several subsidiaries such as Equinor Nigeria Energy Company Ltd, Equinor Wind Power AS, Equinor International Netherlands BV and Equinor Brasil Energia Ltda.

  • Revenue in NOK (TTM)1.55tn
  • Net income in NOK315.97bn
  • Incorporated1995
  • Employees21.94k
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Mergers & acquisitions

Acquired companyDeal statusDateDate /
Deal status
EQNR:OSL since
BeGreen A/SAnnounced02 Nov 202202 Nov 2022Announced-19.64%--
British Oilfield AssetsRumoured17 Oct 202217 Oct 2022Rumoured-15.54%--
East Point Energy LLCAnnounced12 Jul 202212 Jul 2022Announced-9.40%--
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