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Equinor ASA

Forusbeen 50
Forus East
Stavanger
N-4035
Norway.

Telephone : +47 51 99 00 00
Web : www.equinor.com


Article archive for Equinor ASA;

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Restart of Europe’s only large-scale LNG plant delayed after gas leak 14 September 2020

Equinor has delayed the restart of it’s Melkøya LNG plant near the town of Hammerfest on Norway’s northern coast until September 23 due to a gas leak. The plant had been shut down for a short time due to an outage and was scheduled to restart at 11:00 on September 13....

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BP and Equinor form partnership to develop offshore wind energy in US 10 September 2020

BP and Equinor announced a new strategic partnership on September 10 that will see the two energy majors develop offshore wind projects in the US. This includes the development of existing offshore wind leases on the US East coast and jointly pursuing further opportunities for offshore wind in the US....

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Equinor to develop clean hydrogen plant in UK’s Humber region 02 July 2020

Equinor is leading a project to develop one of the UK’s – and the world’s – first at-scale facilities to produce hydrogen from natural gas in combination with carbon capture and storage (CCS). The project, called Hydrogen to Humber Saltend (H2H Saltend), provides the beginnings of a decarbonised industrial cluster in the Humber region, the UK’s largest by emissions....

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Two hospitalised following explosion on Norwegian rig in North Sea 02 December 2019

Two employees were injured in an incident on the Heimdal platform in the Norwegian North Sea on November 28, according to operator Equinor. At the time of the incident, there were 70 people on the platform....

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Offshore robot development team expands, develops new capabilities 22 October 2019

The OGRIP offshore pilot robot project has announced major key developments, including the addition of new members to the joint industry project (JIP) team....

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Equinor to clean up Bahamas terminal oil spill following hurricane 10 September 2019

Norwegian energy company Equinor has said it will tackle an oil spill from its South Riding Point oil terminal on the Bahamian island of Grand Bahama after tanks on the site were damaged by Hurricane Dorian. Images on social media showed leaks down one of the three tanks on the site and on the ground nearby....

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Regulator identifies serious breaches of safety regulations on Equinor’s Oseberg A platform 26 June 2019

The Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), Norway’s oil and gas safety regulatory body, has ordered Equinor to rectify serious breaches of regulations relating to the alarm systems in the control room on the Oseberg A platform in the northern North Sea. This follows an audit of these systems in March 2019....

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Largest party in Norway strikes blow against country’s oil and gas sector 12 April 2019

The opposition Labour party, the largest in Norway’s parliament, has delivered a significant blow to the country’s huge oil and gas industry after withdrawing support for exploratory drilling off the Lofoten Islands in the Arctic. This creates a large parliamentary majority against oil exploration off the islands, considered to be an area of great scenic and wildlife importance, and illustrates growing opposition to fossil fuels across the country.

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Norway regulator investigates Equinor LNG plant outage 01 April 2019

The Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), Norway’s oil regulator, said on March 29 it was investigating the causes of an outage earlier in the month at Equinor’s Melkøya LNG plant near Hammerfest in the far north of the country. Equinor shut down the plant on 11 March 2019 in order to repair deficiencies in a number of safety valves....

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Equinor increases resource estimate, reduces investment cost forecast for giant Sverdrup oilfield 28 August 2018

On August 27, Norwegian oil group Equinor upped its estimate for the Johan Sverdrup oilfield in the North Sea to 2.2 - 3.2 billion barrels of oil equivalent, up from a previous forecast of 2.1 - 3.1 billion barrels. It also said the cost of developing the oilfield, the North Sea’s largest discovery in more than three decades, would be lower than it originally forecast....