Embedding climate in our strategy
Positioning to create a low carbon advantage
We’re embedding climate into our strategy because we think it’s best for the earth and because we believe it will make us more competitive in the future. Going forward we look to our Climate roadmap for direction. A roadmap that is not only a platform for us, but an invitation to work with us in shaping the future of energy.
Reaching climate goals is not only about major political decisions, it is also about those little things everyone does every day. Many small efforts out on Statoils’ installations have resulted in 1.1 million tonnes in reduced emissions.
As head of sustainability in Statoil, Bjørn Otto Sverdrup meets experts from many professions: captains of supply vessels, drilling engineers and well operators, to name but a few. He says they all have one thing in common: they want to learn how to use less energy and operate more sustainably. What’s more, he believes they hold the key to achieving climate goals.
The shares purchased by DNB on behalf of Statoil ASA (OSE: STL, NYSE:STO) on 15 September 2017 for use in the group's Share Saving Plan have on 20 September 2017 been distributed to the employees in accordance with their savings amount.
Barents Sea. It is a responsibility we shoulder on behalf of Norway, and one we have borne for 40 years. Now, after years of planning and careful preparation, we are moving into the south east Barents Sea.
The Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm is an exciting £1.5 billion project to harness offshore wind to power more than 410,000 UK homes. This 402MW offshore wind farm will be located some 20 miles off the coast of Norfolk
In August, the final leg of the Arctic Race was about to begin in the northern town of Tromsø. But before the professional cyclists arrived, 120 young talents from six different nations were allowed onto the race circuit—in a competition called the Arctic Heroes of Tomorrow Race.
The challenges of tomorrow need solutions. What better way of exploring the possibilities than challenging the heroes of tomorrow? We invited children and youth to think outside the box, and the results were not only useful, some of them will make you laugh!
We believe there are major opportunities for Statoil in a world where the energy realities are changing. To stay on top of things and be in the forefront of technological and environmental challenges we need new talent. You might be the one we need to solve the energy challenges of tomorrow.
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.