Norwegian energy firm Equinor, formerly Statoil, has defended itself against accusations by Greenpeace of “greenwashing” in a bid to obscure its oil and gas operations.
Statoil’s name change to Equinor is expected to be voted through at the Norwegian energy giant’s annual general meeting tomorrow. It means tomorrow will be the company’s last day of trading on the Oslo Bors under the ticker “STL”. To read more on Energy Voice, click here.
Ardyne, an Aberdeen-based well technology company, has announced a contract with Statoil for work within the North Sea.
Statoil said higher US production helped the Norwegian energy giant increase its first quarter profits by 12.3% to £3.25 billion.
Norwegian major Statoil’s name change is a “bold reinforcement” of its commitment to the energy transition, an analyst has said.
Norwegian energy giant Statoil will change its name to Equinor. It means the word “oil” will no longer form part of the company name. Statoil said the move was in line with its focus on establishing itself as a “broad” energy company. Read more on Energy Voice here.
Statoil said yesterday that it was pressing ahead with plans to drill three wells in the UK North Sea in the summer.
Norwegian energy giant Statoil said yesterday its Hywind project off Peterhead had outstripped expectations in its first three months of production.
Norwegian energy giant Statoil said today that its Hywind project off Peterhead had outstripped expectations in its first three months of production.
A massive cash donation to a north-east lifeboat station will allow it to continue saving lives at sea during the next year.
The company behind the world’s first floating windfarm, off Peterhead, has revealed it is looking at further sites around the Scottish coastline.
Norwegian oil giant said today that all workers on the Mariner field are safe after a gangway between installations disconnected late last night. Statoil confirmed that the link between the Safe Boreas accommodation vessel and the Mariner A platform was reported at 11:45pm. Read the full story on our sister site, Energy Voice.
A senior Holyrood politician has hit out at the UK’s climate change minister, claiming she took credit for the Scottish Government’s work.
A pioneering world first that could herald a new era for renewable energy generation roared into life yesterday.
Norwegian energy giant Statoil said today that it is carrying out an investigation into a fire on one of its North Sea platforms. Statoil said a “small” fire was detected in the emergency generator room of the Mariner A platform yesterday. Visit our sister site, Energy Voice, for the full story.
Hywind Scotland, the first floating wind farm in the world, has started to deliver electricity to the Scottish grid.
Statoil this morning confirmed a UK North Sea discovery.
An “extensive search” is underway this morning following reports of a missing North Sea worker offshore.
Norwegian operator Statoil will be looking to recruit up to 40 workers in the “coming months” as work progresses on its flagship Mariner project on the UKCS.
A new managing director has taken over the helm of Statoil’s UK operations after its former boss departed from the company after less than a year in the role.
Statoil has revealed fresh footage of its Mariner B vessel as it arrived in Global Energy Group’s Nigg Energy Park after completing a journey of more than 15,000 miles from a construction yard in South Korea.
Norwegian energy giant Statoil has bought a 70% stake in a UK North Sea licence for $2million.
A north-east town is set for major construction work after plans were approved to connect the world's first floating windfarm to the national grid.
Plans to connect to the world's first floating windfarm to the national grid could rely on tearing through the heart of a north-east town.
An Aberdeen PR company will have a new management team on the departure of its founder back to London.
Investigators for a North Sea helicopter crash, which killed 13 people last month, are set to resume their search for missing parts next month.
Norwegian investigators have said they are examining three potential causes for a North Sea helicopter crash which killed 13 people last month.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate today confirmed Statoil’s wildcat has made a North Sea oil discovery. The Norwegian operator was drilling two wildcats two kilometres south of the Askja Øst discovery, and about 35 km southwest of the Oseberg Sør facility in the North Sea. To read the full story, visit our sister site Energy Voice.
Wood Group has landed master services agreement (MSA) with Statoil. The deal includes supporting the life cycles of Norwegian operator’s offshore and onshore facilities. Work and services covered by the MSA include engineering studies, detailed engineering, procurement services and management assistance services. For more details, visit our sister website, Energy Voice.
Norwegian oil firm Statoil has completed its move from Aberdeen city centre to plush new offices in the Prime Four business park at Kingswells.
Statoil has officially moved into its new Aberdeen headquarters.
Statoil has said it is ready to begin its own investigation into the North Sea helicopter crash that killed 13 people.