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News & Analysis: Equinor ASA
New legislation requires renewables to generate 70% of the state's electricity by 2030.
Thanks to Equinor's plan to keep costs and capital spending low and focus on extracting oil at the cheapest price possible, it was able to produce loads of cash despite falling oil prices in the fourth quarter.
With oil prices more than double what they were two years ago, you would think companies would be champing at the bit to start new development projects. That isn't the case at Equinor, though.
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The Norwegian oil company's second-quarter results didn't look much different from the prior quarter.
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The company's first quarter earnings results had a combination of strong earnings and cash flow to fuel growth acquisitions and clean up the balance sheet.