Belgium 

Statoil EU Affairs

Statoil keeps a liaison office in Brussels in order to represent the company’s interests vis-à-vis the institutions of the European Union,  engage the head office on identifying Europe-wide business issues, keep the company informed and up to date with regard to EU policy initiatives and provide advice with regard to how to influence European legislation.

Natural gas activities

The Natural Gas office in Brussels supports the sales and marketing of natural gas by Statoil ASA in the Benelux, France and Germany and is following up the regulatory developments with respect to energy and environment at EU and member state level.

Statoil Coordination Center

The Statoil Coordination Center in Mechelen acts as center of competence within the Statoil Group, developing and performing shared services. In particular it hosts the Statoil In-House bank, a global state-of-the art cash management solution handling all the cash of the Statoil Group.

Statoil global indirect tax sector

The global Indirect tax sector provides indirect tax services to all business area’s in Statoil.  Service deliveries include indirect tax reporting services, advisory on the different indirect taxes in the world, and advisory on the impact of indirect taxes on Statoil’s IT systems.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Statoil EU Affairs Office
Avenue de Cortenbergh 120, 5th floor
B-1000 Brussels

Tel: +32 2 774 82 54
E-mail: eu-office@statoil.com

Statoil Energy Belgium NV/SA
Avenue de Cortenbergh 120, 5th floor
B-1000 Brussels

Tel: +32 2 774 82 54
Fax: +32 2 774 82 34
E-mail: NG-DirectMarketing@statoil.com


Statoil Energy Belgium NV
Bedrijvenlaan 5
Mechelen 2800
Belgium

Tel: +32 15 74 10 10
Fax: +32 15 74 10 09
E-mail: MECHreception@statoil.com

COUNTRY FACTS

Official name: Kingdom of Belgium/Royaume de Belgique/Koninkrijk België
Capital: Brussels
Population: about 10.5 million
Form of government: Parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarch.
Language: Flemish, French, German.
Religion: Predominantly Roman Catholic
Currency: Euro

Sources: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norway