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Equinor ASA (EQNR.OL)

EQNR.OL on Oslo Stock Exchange

198.40NOK
17 Apr 2019
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About

Equinor ASA, formerly Statoil ASA, is a Norway-based energy company engaged in oil and gas exploration and production activities. The Company's segments include Development and Production Norway (DPN), Development and Production International (DPI), Marketing, Midstream and Processing (MMP) and Other. DPN segment manages the... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.34
Market Cap(Mil.): kr663,841.38
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 3,338.66
Dividend: 2.22
Yield (%): 3.91

Financials

  EQNR.OL Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 10.30 7.77 15.46
EPS (TTM): 19.26 -- --
ROI: 8.02 10.45 13.35
ROE: 18.19 13.56 15.78

Equinor wins exploration rights in seven blocks offshore Argentina

OSLO, April 17 Equinor has won the right to explore seven blocks offshore Argentina and to run production operations at five of them, the Norwegian oil and gas firm said on Wednesday.

17 Apr 2019

Equinor's Aasta Hansteen seen restarting on April 17 -Gassco

OSLO, April 16 Equinor's Aasta Hansteen gas field in the Norwegian Sea, which was shut on April 8 due to a gas leak, is expected to restart production on Wednesday, gas system operator Gassco said on Tuesday.

16 Apr 2019

In windy Greek seas, Equinor looks for floating offshore projects

ATHENS Norway's energy giant Equinor sees good potential for building floating offshore wind parks in Greece as long as the country adopts a regulatory framework for the technology.

15 Apr 2019

Shell sells stake in Gulf of Mexico field for $965 million

Royal Dutch Shell on Thursday agreed to sell its 22.45 percent stake in the Caesar Tonga field in the Gulf of Mexico for $965 million (£737 million) in cash to a subsidiary of Israeli energy conglomerate Delek Group.

11 Apr 2019

Shell sells stake in Gulf of Mexico field for $965 million

Royal Dutch Shell on Thursday agreed to sell its 22.45 percent stake in the Caesar Tonga field in the Gulf of Mexico for $965 million in cash to a subsidiary of Israeli energy conglomerate Delek Group.

11 Apr 2019

UPDATE 2-Shell sells stake in Gulf of Mexico field for $965 million

* Acquisition to beef up Delek's position in the energy market (Adds details on Caesar Tonga field, Shell's divestments)

11 Apr 2019

Equinor again delays start-up of Britain's Mariner oilfield

OSLO The operator of the Mariner heavy oil field, one of Britain's largest offshore developments in years, postponed its start-up to summer 2019 on Wednesday for safety checks on the platform's electrical couplings.

10 Apr 2019

UPDATE 2-Equinor again delays start-up of Britain's Mariner oilfield

* Originally, $5.9 bln project was to start in 2017 (Adds quotes, details)

10 Apr 2019

Equinor postpones startup of Britain's Mariner oilfield to Q3

OSLO, April 10 The Mariner heavy oil field, one of Britain's largest offshore developments in the last decade, is now expected to start production some time in the third quarter, a senior official at operator Equinor said on Wednesday.

10 Apr 2019

Activist group withdraws resolution challenging Shell climate policy

LONDON An activist group said it has withdrawn a shareholder resolution calling on Royal Dutch Shell to change its climate policy after the oil and gas company reached a broad agreement with investors on the issue.

08 Apr 2019

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