We know that there are many eyes on us as we explore the Barents Sea, and many claims that have been made about our operations. Here we seek to provide concrete, balanced answers based on environmental risk analyses conducted by independent third parties and researchers. 

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Here are our latest news releases. For more news, see the link below.

  • August 18, 2017

    Statoil's share saving plan allocates shares

    The shares purchased by DNB on behalf of Statoil ASA (OSE: STL, NYSE:STO) on 15 August 2017 for use in the group's Share Saving Plan have on 18 August 2017 been distributed to the employees in accordance with their savings amount.

    August 18, 2017
  • August 16, 2017

    Notifiable trading

    On behalf of Statoil (OSE: STL, NYSE:STO), DNB has on 15 August 2017 purchased 584,442 shares for use in the group's Share saving plan.

    August 16, 2017
  • August 15, 2017

    Announcement of dividend per share for the first quarter 2017 in NOK

    Statoil (OSE: STL, NYSE: STO) announced 4 May 2017 dividend per share of USD 0.2201 for first quarter 2017. The NOK dividend per share is based on average USDNOK fixing rate from Norges Bank in the period plus/minus three business days from record date 10 August 2017, in total seven business days.

    August 15, 2017

Results can come quickly if people feel they are involved. For energy manager Knut Simon Helland, the solution to reaching climate goals was splitting the goals into smaller parts and helping people to feel that they were working towards the same goal.

The future is autonomous, but robotisation in the oil industry is nothing new. Although the first automation appeared in the 80s and 90s, today we’re at the dawn of a new age of digitalisation. Here, we take a look at six of the coolest offshore robots working for Statoil.  

130 of Norways’ best young football talents got the chance to be mentored and taught by West Ham pro Martin Samuelsen at Statoil’s talent camp.

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Career opportunities in Statoil

Even in challenging times for our industry, we need to recruit new talent to ensure the continuing success of our company. Although the number of jobs on offer is lower than usual, we encourage you to view our vacant positions and send us an application.

Our approach to sustainability

  • Climate Change

    Climate change is happening. We accept the findings of the IPCC Fifth assessment report, and we believe in fighting climate change so as to limit temperature increase to below 2°C.

  • Sustainability

    We aim to be recognised as the most carbon-efficient oil and gas producer, committed to creating lasting value for communities.

  • Sustainability Reports

    We publish an annual sustainability report where we give an overview of ambitions, policies and performance on a wide range of sustainability related themes. This work brings sustainability to the heart of our decisions-making.

How to find us in Norway

Norway is our home base and our head office is in Stavanger. Corporate functions are located in Oslo and Stavanger. We are the largest operator on the Norwegian continental shelf and partner in a large number of oil and gas fields. Here are our main offices in Norway.

Set for another 40 years in Norway

We see a bright future for our home territory.

After 40 years of oil and gas operations in Norway we have a lot to be proud of—but we’re still only halfway! Although our industry is experiencing difficult times, our portfolio of projects is larger today than it's ever been. We have high hopes for the NCS, and we're planning for major activity for decades to come. We believe that it will be fully possible to maintain profitable and sustainable production here for another 40 years.

An international energy player

Statoil is an active player in many of the most important oil and gas provinces in the world, and our international developments are expected to account for most of our future production growth. Much of the expertise and technology we take with us abroad has been shaped in the challenging environment of the Norwegian contintental shelf. 

US shale interest owners: key information

*All figures from Annual report unless otherwise stated