|Mr. Anders Opedal||Pres & CEO||1.74M||N/A||1968|
|Mr. Torgrim Reitan||Exec. VP & CFO||210k||N/A||1969|
|Ms. Hege Skryseth||Exec. VP of Technology, Digital & Innovation||387k||N/A||1967|
|Ms. Siv Helen Rygh Torstensen||Exec. VP of Legal & Compliance (LEG)||602k||N/A||1970|
|Mr. Jannik Lindbaek Jr.||Exec. VP for Communication||469k||N/A||1965|
|Ms. Irene Rummelhoff||Exec. VP of Marketing, Midstream & Processing||825k||N/A||1967|
|Mr. Aksel Stenerud||Exec. VP for the People & Organization||502k||N/A||1963|
|Mr. Kjetil Hove||Exec. VP of Exploration & Production Norway||913k||N/A||1965|
|Mr. Pal Eitrheim||Exec. VP of Renewables (REN)||687k||N/A||1971|
|Ms. Jannicke Nilsson||Exec. VP of Safety, Security & Sustainability (SSU)||734k||N/A||1965|
Equinor ASA, an energy company, engages in the exploration, production, transportation, refining, and marketing of petroleum and other forms of energy in Norway and internationally. It operates through Exploration & Production Norway; Exploration & Production International; Exploration & Production USA; Marketing, Midstream & Processing; Renewables; and Other segments. The company also transports, processes, manufactures, markets, and trades in oil and gas commodities, such as crude and condensate products, gas liquids, natural gas, and liquefied natural gas; markets and trades in power and emissions; operates refineries, terminals and processing, and power plants; and develops low carbon solutions for oil and gas. In addition, it develops carbon capture and storage projects; provides transportation solutions, including pipelines, shipping, trucking, and rail; and develops and explores for renewable energy, such as offshore wind, green hydrogen, and solar power. The company was formerly known as Statoil ASA and changed its name to Equinor ASA in May 2018. Equinor ASA was incorporated in 1972 and is headquartered in Stavanger, Norway.
Equinor ASA’s ISS governance QualityScore as of 1 September 2023 is 1. The pillar scores are Audit: 1; Board: 1; Shareholder rights: 6; Compensation: 3.