Equinor (formerly Statoil)
Member of UN Global Compact
Headquarters in Norway
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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Enabling Corporate Investment in Peace: An Assessment of Voluntary Initiatives Addressing Business and Violent Conflict, and a Framework for Policy Decision-making
Author: Jason Switzer, International Institute for Sustainable Development, and Halina Ward, International Institute for Environment and Development
This report has two aims. First, to review the provisions of voluntary codes, guidelines and initiatives that address the relationship between business activities and violent civil conflict. Second, to make suggestions on a framework for public policy...
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Author: Tom Ashby, Reuters
...the Niger delta, where annual oil output is worth $20 billion, but where many live without access to clean drinking water, basic health care, or schools...The situation does not bode well for the foreign investors in Nigeria's bountiful oil...
Human Rights and the Oil and Gas Industry An IPIECA [Intl. Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association] Status Report, May 2004
Author: Intl. Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA)
This Status Report has been prepared by the Social Responsibility Working Group (SRWG) and provides a baseline of where IPIECA [Intl. Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association] members stand on human rights. It also highlights some of...
[PDF] full report: "FTSE4Good Index series - Criteria development and company engagement programme 2003-2004"
[refers to cos. that met new FTSE4Good human rights criteria for resource cos./committed to meet them: BHP Biliton, Shell, BP, BG, Lonmin, Mitsubishi Corp., Norsk Hydro, Statoil, Cosmo Oil, Expro Group, PetroCanada, Repsol. And cos. deleted from index...
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Author: Business Leaders Initiative on Human Rights
...a three-year programme to help lead and develop the corporate response to human rights. [member companies: ABB, Barclays, Body Shop, MTV Networks Europe, National Grid Transco, Novartis, Novo Nordisk (part of Novo Group), Statoil, Gap, Hewlett...
Author: Henderson Global Investors
[PDF] [refers to Safeways, Sainsbury's, Marks & Spencer, AstraZeneca, Aventis, GlaxoSmithKline, Novartis, Novo Nordisk, Sanofi Sythélabo, Alliance & Leicester, Barclays, Dexia, HSBC, Lloyds TSB, Royal Bank of Scotland, SanPaolo IMI, Standard...
- Related companies: Alliance & Leicester AstraZeneca Aventis (now part of Sanofi-Aventis) Barclays BHP Billiton BP Co-operative Group Cookson Dexia Fujitsu GlaxoSmithKline HSBC IBM Lloyds TSB Marks & Spencer NEC Novartis Novo Group Novo Nordisk (part of Novo Group) Rabobank Rohm Royal Bank of Scotland Safeway UK (part of Morrisons) Sainsbury Sanofi-Synthélabo (now part of Sanofi-Aventis) Sanpaolo IMI (part of Intesa Sanpaolo) Smiths Group Standard Chartered Statoil UBS Xstrata (part of Glencore Xstrata)
Author: Union Network International
[describes global agreements between multinationals and labour federations whereby the company pledges to respect core labour rights in its operations worldwide] [refers to existing global agreements various labour federations have reached with...
Author: David Adam, The Guardian [UK]
"No one can be comfortable at the prospect of continuing to pump out the amounts of carbon dioxide that we are at present," he [Ron Oxburgh, Chairman of Shell] says. [also refers to Statoil]
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