ExxonMobil has been present in Norway since 1893 and opened the first modern refinery at Slagen, close to Tønsberg, in 1961. The refinery was converted into a fuels import terminal in mid-2021. The company’s headquarters is now located at the Slagen terminal. The company also operates fuel terminals in Bergen, Trondheim and Fredrikstad. ExxonMobil’s interests in Norway also include the supply of Esso-branded fuels to Certas Energi through their network of more than 250 retail sites as well as Mobil-branded lubricants through several distributors. ExxonMobil was awarded the first offshore License (PL001) in Norway in 1965, but the company sold all its upstream assets on the Norwegian Continental shelf in 2017 and 2019.
Baker Hughes is an energy technology company that provides solutions to energy and industrial customers worldwide. Built on a century of experience and with operations in more than 120 countries, their innovative technologies and services are taking energy forward— making it safer, cleaner, and more efficient for people and the planet. Baker Hughes has approximately 55,000 employees globally with 1,600 employees located in Norway at sites in Stavanger, Oslo, Trondheim, Bergen, Hammerfest, Stord, Gulen and Mongstad. Baker Hughes is reducing the carbon intensity of its operations, applying proven low-carbon technology to help its customers meet their environmental goals, and innovating for the future of energy.
Equinor is an international energy company committed to long term value creation in a low carbon future. With a presence in more than 30 countries worldwide, Equinor’s purpose is to turn natural resources into energy for people and progress for society. Equinor’s portfolio of projects range from oil and gas, renewables and low carbon solutions and the company aims to reach net zero by 2050. Headquartered in Stavanger, Equinor is the leading operator on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. Internationally, Equinor has built material positions in both oil and gas and renewables, including being the operator of Dogger Bank in the UK, the world’s largest offshore wind farm.
TechnipFMC is a leading technology provider to the traditional and new energies industries; delivering fully integrated projects, products, and services. Its proprietary technologies and comprehensive solutions transform clients’ project economics, helping them unlock new possibilities to develop energy resources while reducing carbon intensity and supporting their energy transition ambitions.
Organized in two business segments — Subsea and Surface Technologies — TechnipFMC continues to advance the industry through pioneering integrated ecosystems, technology leadership and digital innovation. A commitment to client success and a culture of challenging industry conventions drives its 20,000 employees. TechnipFMC’s vision is driving real change in the energy industry. All of this together – underscored by TechnipFMC’s ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) commitments – is reshaping the industry for a sustainable future.
ConocoPhillips is one of the world’s leading exploration and production companies based on both production and reserves, with a globally diversified asset portfolio. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ConocoPhillips had operations and activities in 14 countries, $91 billion of total assets and approximately 9,900 employees at Dec. 31, 2021. Production including Libya averaged 1,567 MBOED for the 12 months ended Dec. 31, 2021, and proved reserves were 6.1 BBOE as of Dec. 31, 2021. The exploration and production operations offshore Norway are managed from the company offices at Tananger in the Stavanger Region, by ConocoPhillips Skandinavia AS.
The company is one of the larger operators on the Norwegian continental shelf and is the operator of the North Sea legacy fields in the Greater Ekofisk Area. The company also has ownership interests in fields such as Heidrun, Alvheim, Visund, Grane, Oseberg, Troll and Aasta Hansteen.