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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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4 April 2003
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Author: ICEM - Fédération internationale des syndicats de travailleurs de la chimie, de l'énergie, des mines et des industries diverses

[Statoil, Freudenberg, Endesa, Norske Skog]

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4 April 2003
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Author: ICEM - Federación Internacional de Sindicatos de Trabajadores de la Química, Energía, Minas e Industrias Diversas

[Statoil, Freudenberg Group, Energía Eléctrica Endesa, Norske Skog]

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4 April 2003
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Author: ICEM - Fédération internationale des syndicats de travailleurs de la chimie, de l'énergie, des mines et des industries diverses

[Statoil, Freudenberg, Endesa, Norske Skog]

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4 April 2003
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Author: ICEM - Federación Internacional de Sindicatos de Trabajadores de la Química, Energía, Minas e Industrias Diversas

[Statoil, Freudenberg Group, Energía Eléctrica Endesa, Norske Skog]

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4 April 2003

Global Agreements - global agreements with multinational companies and sectors

Author: ICEM - International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers' Unions

[agreements covering labour rights, environment & other issues; companies include: Statoil, Freudenberg Group, Endesa, Norske Skog]

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29 April 2003

Groups File Claim Against BP and Pipeline Partners in 5 Countries: "Green" Company Violating International Norms in Controversial Caspian Oil Pipeline

Author: Friends of the Earth

As political and business leaders gather in Paris for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's (OECD) Forum 2003, environmental organizations today submitted complaints to the British, French, German, Italian, and US governments...

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14 May 2003

Caspian Oil Windfalls: Who Will Benefit?

Author: Svetlana Tsalik, Caspian Revenue Watch, Open Society Institute

[This report] calls for greater accountability, transparency, and public oversight in the oil and natural gas industries of Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. It urges foreign oil companies, their home governments, and international financial institutions to...

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1 November 2003

The Corporate Responsibility Code Book

Author: Deborah Leipziger

In her many lectures around the world, CSR consultant Deborah Leipziger has been asked the same question over and over again: ‘What are the best standards for companies seeking to be socially responsible?’ Over the course of more than a decade, she...

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23 November 2003

Extractive industry experts discuss working with governments on human rights issues

Author: Tobias Webb, Ethical Corporation

Three leading executives discussed their views on how to engage developing country governments on human rights...[refers to Premier Oil, Statoil, Shell, BP, Rio Tinto, Reebok]

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19 December 2003

Business action on human rights

Author: Roger Cowe, Ethical Corporation

Chris Marsden, chair of Amnesty UK’s Business Group, insists that companies cannot simply throw up their hands. “Every company of any significance on an international scale should be asking ‘What are human rights and what can we have an impact on?’” ...

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