EQNR earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.
News & Analysis: Equinor ASA
OPEC nations want big oil producers in their countries to take part in their efforts to stabilize the oil market.
Across the globe, top oil and gas companies have underperformed in the fourth quarter, and Equinor was no exception.
EQNR earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2019.
To rapidly decarbonize the global economy, wind and solar need some help. These two technologies could provide it.
Some renewable energy developers have been busy locking in state contracts, leasing federal waters, and preparing to use tax credits on US offshore wind projects. They may be setting themselves up for improved longer-term profits in the evolving yet uncertain industry.
Several Wall Street upgrades had investors cheering last month, but that wasn't the only source of excitement.
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.