Statoil
Statoil ASA, (OSE: STL), is a Norwegian multinational oil and gas company headquartered in Stavanger, Norway. It is a fully integrated petroleum company with operations in thirty-six countries. By rev...
Statoil operations by country
This article includes an overview over the Norwegian petroleum company Statoil's operations in the respective countries.
Statoil is a participant with British Petroleum and Sonatrach in two gas fi...
Statoil corruption case
The Rafsanjani-Statoil corruption case (Norwegian: Statoils Horton-sak) refers to Norwegian oil company Statoil’s misconduct and extensive use of corruption in Iran in 2002/2003 in an attempt to secu...
Rotvoll controversy
The Rotvoll controversy refers to a political controversy in Norway in 1991 concerning the construction of a research and development (R&D) facility for Statoil at Rotvoll outside Trondheim.
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Corrib gas project
The Corrib gas project (Irish: Tionscanamh Ghás Aiceanta na Coiribe) entails the extraction of a natural gas deposit off the northwest coast of Ireland. The project includes a development of the C...
Corrib gas controversy
The Corrib gas controversy concerns plans by Shell E&P Ireland, Statoil Exploration (Ireland) Limited, Vermilion Energy Trust and the Irish government for processing the Corrib gas field through B...
Arne Rettedal
Arne Rettedal (25 July 1926 – 28 December 2001) was Norwegian engineer, businessperson and politician for the Conservative Party. He is best known as the Minister of Local Government and Labour from 1...
Svein Rennemo
Svein Rennemo (born 24 July 1947) is a Norwegian businessperson and chair of Statoil.
Rennemo grew up in Drammen. He was educated in economics, graduating with the cand.oecon. degree from the Univ...
Kårstø Power Station
Kårstø Power Station is a natural gas-fired thermal power plant located at the industrial site of Kårstø in Norway. The station is owned and operated by the company Naturkraft, that is again owned by ...
Gassled
Gassled is a partnership to own the offshore natural gas transportation infrastructure on behalf of oil and gas companies operating at Norwegian continental shelf of North Sea. Gassled was created on ...
Industrikraft Midt-Norge
Industrikraft Midt-Norge is a Norwegian energy company that holds a permit to build a thermal power plant fueled primerily by natural gas from Haltenbanken, but also partially from biofuel, at the Fib...
Hydro (fuel station)
Hydro was a chain of fuel stations throughout Sweden owned by Statoil. The chain had more than 500 stations, as well as some unmanned Uno-X stations. The company also operated in retailing natural gas...
Naturkraft
Naturkraft is a Norwegian power company that operates one natural gas powered thermal power station located at Kårstø. It also holds a permit to build a second one at Kollsnes. The company is owned by...
Norpipe
Norpipe is the undersea oil and natural gas pipelines system in the North Sea. It supplies oil from the Norwegian Ekofisk and associated fields in the North Sea to the United Kingdom and natural gas ...
Helge Lund
Helge Lund (born October 16, 1962 in Oslo) is a Norwegian businessman who was the former Chief Executive Officer for the Statoil group, and former CEO of Aker Kværner.Lund graduated in business manage...
Kårstø
Kårstø is an industrial facility located in Tysvær, Norway. The site features a number of natural gas processing plants that refine natural gas and condensate from the fields in the northern parts of ...
History of Statoil (1972–2007)
Statoil ASA is a Norwegian petroleum company established in 1972. It merged with the oil and gas division of Norsk Hydro in 2007 and was known as StatoilHydro until 2009, when the name was changed bac...
Fredrik Thoresen
Fredrik Thoresen (7 May 1926 – 23 December 2012) is a Norwegian businessperson.He was born in Bestum, and took his civil engineering education in chemistry at the University of Birmingham, whence he g...
Shell to Sea
Shell to Sea (Irish: Shell chun Sáile) is an Irish organisation based in the parish of Kilcommon in Erris, County Mayo.It opposes the proposed construction of a natural gas pipeline through the pa...
Mongstad scandal
The Mongstad scandal was a crisis in the Norwegian oil company Statoil in 1987-88.The company exceed the NOK 8 billion budget by NOK 6 billion in upgrading the oil refinery at Mongstad. Retrospectivel...
Ormen Lange (gas field)
Ormen Lange is a natural gas field on the Norwegian continental shelf. It is situated 120 kilometres (75 mi) northwest of Kristiansund, where seabed depths vary between 800 and 1,100 metres (2,60...
Sleipner gas field
The Sleipner gas field is a natural gas field in the North Sea, about 250 kilometres (160 mi) west of Stavanger, Norway. Two parts of the field are in production, Sleipner West (proven in 1974),...
Tjeldbergodden
Tjeldbergodden is an industrial facility mainly featuring petroleum facilities located in the northeastern part of the municipality of Aure in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It was constructed during...
Grane Oil Pipeline
Grane oil pipeline (Norwegian: Grane oljerørledning) is a pipeline system in western Norway. It is 220 kilometres (140 mi) long and runs from Grane oil field to Sture terminal, located 65 kil...
Statoil (fuel station)
Statoil is a chain of fuel stations operating in eight countries in Northern Europe. The chain is owned by Statoil Fuel & Retail and operates about 2,300 stations.
1-2-3 (fuel station)
1-2-3 is an unmanned fuel station chain in the Nordic and Baltic regions.It was created in 2000, as the low cost extension of the Statoil chain, and owned by Statoil Fuel & Retail ASA. The first o...