Aasta Hansteen tow nearing completion

With five tugs totalling 150,000 horsepower, a speed of 2 knots and 100 crew on board, the Aasta Hansteen platform has nearly completed its 926-kilometre voyage to the Norwegian Sea. It’s the biggest tow-out since the Troll A platform in 1995.

Our quarterly results will be presented 25 April

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  • April 20, 2018

    Notice of Annual General Meeting

    The annual general meeting of Statoil ASA will be held on 15 May 2018 at 17:00 (CET) at Statoil Business Center, Forusbeen 50, 4035 Stavanger, Norway.

    April 20, 2018
  • April 19, 2018

    Statoil awarding billion NOK contract for Njord Bravo FSO

    Statoil is today awarding, on behalf of the Njord license, a contract to Aibel for upgrading of the Njord Bravo floating storage and offloading (FSO) vessel in the Norwegian Sea. The contract value is around NOK 1.3 billion.

    April 19, 2018
  • April 13, 2018

    Big Statoil investments in the North

    Johan Castberg, Polarled, Aasta Hansteen, Snefrid Nord, Askeladd and the exploration campaign in the Barents Sea; multi-billion investments are lined up.

    April 13, 2018

When Vidar (48) suffered a cardiac arrest, he was in the best possible place. The middle of the North Sea.

It’s everyone’s worst nightmare to have a heart attack. But when assistant driller Vidar Førde (48) suddenly collapsed at work, he was 60 km offshore. Oddly enough, that may have saved his life. 

We’re changing our name to Equinor. 

We’re proposing to change our name from Statoil to Equinor. Ever since 1972 we have embraced change, always searching for better. Now it’s time to change one more thing: our name.

Are you interested in a career in Statoil?

Are you considering a career in Statoil? We’d love to hear from you. 

Annual and sustainability reports 2017

2017 was a good year for Statoil, operationally and financially. Our annual and sustainability reports were published on March 23.

This battery-hybrid ship was designed to cut emissions. But it actually achieved far more than that.

This battery-hybrid supply vessel was supposed to cut emissions—but in the process, the crew and the owners discovered that the solution they had chosen had other benefits. 

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