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September 22, 2017
Statoil achieves climate target two years ahead of schedule
Statoil has already achieved its 2015 target of reducing the CO2 emissions from the Norwegian continental shelf by 1.2 million tonnes annually from 2008 to 2020.
September 21, 2017
Allocation of Dividend Shares to primary insiders
Reference is made to the announcement by Statoil ASA on 22 June 2017 regarding the participation by the primary insiders in the dividend issues under the scrip dividend programme for fourth quarter 2016.
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Founded in Norway in 1972, now with operations in 35 countries worldwide
The Government of Norway is the largest shareholder in Statoil, while the rest is public stock
Approximately 17,000 of them are employed in Norway