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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12 November 2015

Effective company-level grievance mechanisms: multi-stakeholder perspectives and examples from practice

Author: UN Global Compact; Access Facility

Room XXII, Palais des Nations, Geneva. Monday, 16 November 2015 4.40-6.00 p.m...

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11 November 2015

Myanmar: Oil majors awarded contracts by junta in Rakhine basin where Rohingya face 'extinction'

Author: Nafeez Ahmed, Middle East Eye

"West, Gulf complicity in oil-fuelled genocide of Myanmar's Rohingya", 11 November 2015...

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29 October 2015

Video: UK Extractive Sector Transparency Initiative civil society representative speaks on status quo of transparency in oil & gas sector

Author: Miles Litvinoff, Publish What You Pay

Miles Litvinoff addresses three key questions: 1. Why is transparency important in the international extractive sector? 2. What progress has been made in promoting transparency in extractives globally?  3. What challenges do we face in achieving...

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19 October 2015

10 oil companies announce support for global treaty on climate change; environmental advocates skeptical of announcement's impact

Author: Matt McGrath, BBC

"Paris climate summit: Major oil producers back 'effective' deal", 16 Oct 2015...

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15 October 2015

Companies and the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights

Author: Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights

Through implementation of the Voluntary Principles, and participation in the Voluntary Principles Initiative, companies are better able to align their corporate policies and procedures with internationally recognized human rights principles in the...

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14 October 2015

Intl. Union for Conservation of Nature receives award for setting sustainable aluminium industry standard

Author: International Union for Conservation of Nature

"IUCN receives award for its role in setting sustainable aluminium industry standard", 15 Sep 2015...

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9 October 2015
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Author: Gary Dagorn, Novethic (France) (copyright:

« Nigel Topping (We Mean Business): "une vraie progression dans les ambitions climatiques des entreprises" », 9 octobre 2015...

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25 September 2015

Green groups concerned about companies hindering ambitious climate goals as BHP Billiton, GE & Shell set to fund new Energy Transitions Commission

Author: Jessica Shankleman, Business Green

"Will Shell-funded Energy Transitions Commission help or hinder the low carbon economy?", 25 Sep 2015...

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14 September 2015

25 investors ask global firms to justify membership of EU trade associations allegedly undermining climate policy

Author: Ben Fagan-Watson, The Guardian (UK)

“BP, EDF and Procter & Gamble face pressure over climate change lobbying », 10 Sept 2015...

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9 September 2015

Global investors call on 9 FTSE100 companies to quit groups lobbying against climate policy

Author: ClickGreen (UK)

“Leading investors call on FTSE100 companies to quit climate lobbying groups”, 2 Sept 2015...

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