We treat ethics as an integral part of our business activities. We are determined to make Statoil known for its high standards with respect to business ethics.
Statoil expects high ethical standards of everyone who acts on our behalf and will maintain an open dialogue on ethical issues, internally and externally.
We also encourage our business partners to implement standards for business ethics compatible with our own.
The Statoil Ethics Code of Conduct describes the requirements in terms of business ethics applying to Statoil’s business activities.
Our values embody the spirit and energy of Statoil. They are at the core of our management system. Our values drive our performance and guide us in how we do business, and in how we work together and towards external stakeholders.
Ethics and anti-corruption e-learning programme
In September 2011 Statoil launched a new e-learning programme on business ethics and anti-corruption compliance. The new e-learning programme consists of an introduction by Helge Lund, CEO and President of Statoil ASA, an introduction to the Norwegian and US anti-corruption legislation, as well as nine interactive cases built upon Statoil’s Ethical Code of Conduct. The programme is mandatory for the Statoil's employees.
This e-learning programme is available for you to access via the link below and is available in five different languages The average completion time for the course is 90 minutes.
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