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Source: CNBC

Oil major pledges to become carbon neutral by 2030, drawing sharp criticism from climate activists

CNBC


Sweden’s oil major Lundin Petroleum has pledged to become carbon neutral by the end of the decade, announcing plans to replace “Petroleum” with “Energy” in its name.

The company, which is one of Europe’s largest independent oil producers, said

Source: Equinor

Equinor Trades Up to Boost Interest in Johan Sverdrup Field

By Tyler Losier, Energy Reporter, Oil & Gas 360

Equinor swaps 16% stake in Lundin for $1.5 billion, buys 2.6% stake in Johan Sverdrup field on Norwegian continental shelf for $910 million
Norwegian supermajor Equinor ASA (stock ticker: EQNR) has

Lundin Plans $747 Million Oilfield Development in Norway

Lundin Plans $747 Million Oilfield Development in Norway

From Reuters

Lundin Petroleum announced plans on Wednesday develop its Solveig oilfield, formerly known as Luno II, offshore Norway at a cost of 6.4 billion Norwegian crowns ($747 million).

The development and operation plan for the North Sea field called …

Statoil Boosts Footprint in Norwegian Continental Shelf with $540 Million Share Purchase

Statoil Boosts Footprint in Norwegian Continental Shelf with $540 Million Share Purchase

Believes peak production from the Johan Sverdrup offshore field could reach 380 MBOPD

Norway-based Statoil (ticker: STO), the largest acreage holder on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS), added to its portfolio by acquiring more than 37 million shares of Lundin …