We aim to bring energy to a growing population to create value for our shareholders and the communities where we operate. This guides our work towards a future where energy is affordable and sustainable for all. We were founded on the idea that industrial development undertaken by skillful people should create value for society. Headquartered in Norway, we are present in more than 30 countries worldwide and have more than 20,000 employees. We are listed on both the New York and Oslo stock exchanges.
Company Growth (employees)
Stavanger, NO
Size (employees)
20,539 (est)-4%
Statoil was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Stavanger, NO

Statoil Office Locations

Statoil has an office in Stavanger
Stavanger, NO (HQ)
50 Forusbeen

Statoil Data and Metrics

Statoil Financial Metrics


Market capitalization (24-Jul-2017)

453 b

Closing share price (24-Jul-2017)

Statoil's current market capitalization is kr453 b.

Statoil Market Value History

Statoil Median Salaries

Source: 31 public H-1B filings from Statoil

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Statoil News and Updates

Former BG and Statoil boss Helge Lund joins private equity firm

Helge Lund, the former boss of oil firms BG Group and Statoil, has joined private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) as an adviser. Lund joined BG in February 2015 to a fanfare of criticism over his proposed pay package of over £25m - and just two months later the company agreed …

Statoil brought in to North Sea venture by Jersey Oil & Gas

Norwegian oil major Statoil has picked up a 70 per cent stake in one of Jersey Oil & Gas and CEICO's North Sea licences.  Statoil will pay a $2m (£1.5m) up-front cash payment and spend up to $25m to drill a well in the area as part of the deal.  The licenced area contains two medium-risk o…

Brazil's Barra to study buying Petrobras asset sold to Statoil

RIO DE JANEIRO, July 29 (Reuters) - Brazil's Barra Energia do Brasil Petróleo e Gás, which owns 10 percent of the giant Carcara offshore oil prospect, will study invoking its right of first refusal over Petrobras' sale of its 66 percent stake in the area to Norway's Statoil, a source with direct kno…

UPDATE 1-Statoil to keep fields operating even if Norway oil workers strike

OSLO, June 29 (Reuters) - Statoil will initially keep oil fields operating even if negotiations set for June 30 to July 1 fail to avert a strike that would halt output at others, the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association (NOG) said on Wednesday.

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