Company survey response

Equinor (formerly Statoil)

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in Norway

Equinor website

Supporter of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

Statoil became StatoilHydro in May 2007, following a merger with the oil and gas division of Norsk Hydro, then changed its name back to Statoil in November 2009. Norsk Hydro retained its metals and other businesses. The name Equinor was adopted in 2018.

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1 March 2018

Statoil Governing bodies: Safety, Sustainability and Ethics Committee

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Article
5 February 2018

Greenpeace appeals Norway Arctic oil drilling case

Author: Megan Darby, Climate Home News

Campaigners will take their battle to block Arctic oil drilling to Norway’s supreme court, they announced on Monday....

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5 February 2018

USA: Chevron files claim to include Statoil as defendant in California climate change lawsuits

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3 February 2018

Chevron Wants More Companies Blamed in Climate Liability Cases

Author: Dana Drugmand, Climate Liability News

...In an interesting move that seems designed to hedge its own culpability, Chevron filed a complaint for indemnity and contribution against Statoil in December in the U.S. District Court in San Francisco....

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2 February 2018

Fighting 'misguided' lawsuits, Chevron shows it can play the climate change blame game too

Author: Daniel Fisher, Legal News Line

Chevron Corp. has filed a third-party complaint against Norway’s state-owned oil company Statoil, seeking to include it in lawsuits by California cities and counties over global warming....

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5 January 2018
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Author: Novethic (France) (copyright:www.novethic.fr) et AFP (France)

« Pétrole de l'Arctique : les ONG perdent un procès emblématique contre la norvège », 5 janvier 2018...

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5 January 2018

Norway: Court dismisses climate lawsuit against the Gvt. regarding Arctic oil drilling licenses

On 4 January 2018, an Oslo court dismissed environmental NGO's climate change lawsuit against the Norwegian government regarding Arctic oil drilling licences. Greenpeace Nordic, Nature and Youth, and the Grandparents Climate Campaigns argued that a...

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4 January 2018

Norway's government wins Arctic oil lawsuit, greens lose

Author: Alister Doyle and Terje Solsvik, Reuters

 An Oslo court approved Norway’s plans for more oil exploration in the Arctic on Thursday, dismissing a lawsuit by environmentalists who had said it violated people’s right to a healthy environment....

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4 January 2018

Norway Beats Back Lawsuit Seeking to Curb Arctic Oil Drilling

Author: Mikael Holter, Bloomberg

The government acted lawfully in awarding exploration licenses in the Arctic Barents Sea to companies such as Statoil ASA and Chevron Corp. in 2016, Oslo District Court said in a ruling... ...

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14 December 2017
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Author: El Espectador (Colombia)

“100 compañías emiten 71% de los gases responsables del cambio climático”, 15 de diciembre de 2017...

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