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Last 134.80 NOK
Change Today -1.80 / -1.32%
Volume 1.0M
As of 9:14 AM 11/27/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

statoil asa (STL) Snapshot

135.40 NOK
Previous Close
136.60 NOK
Day High
136.00 NOK
Day Low
134.30 NOK
52 Week High
05/6/15 - 161.70 NOK
52 Week Low
08/24/15 - 113.90 NOK
Market Cap
Average Volume 10 Days
-11.71 NOK
Shares Outstanding
0.88 NOK
Dividend Yield
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statoil asa (STL) Details

Statoil ASA, an energy company, engages in the exploration, production, transportation, refining, and marketing of petroleum and petroleum-derived products in Norway and internationally. The company operates through Development and Production Norway; Development and Production International; Marketing, Processing and Renewable Energy; and Other segments. It is involved in the development and production of oil and gas through owning exploration licenses in Norway, North America, South America and sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, Europe and Asia, and the Oceania. The company also transports, processes, manufactures, markets, and trades oil and gas commodities, such ascrude, condensate, gas liquids, products, natural gas, liquefied natural gas, and refined products; markets and trades electricity and emission rights; and operates refineries, gas processing plants, methanol plants, and crude oil terminals. In addition, the company develops offshore wind projects in north-western Europe; and develops carbon capture and storage projects. As of December 31, 2014, it had proved reserves of approximately 5,359 million barrels of oil equivalent. The company was formerly known as StatoilHydro ASA and changed its name to Statoil ASA in November 2009. Statoil ASA was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Stavanger, Norway.

22,516 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/19/15
Founded in 1972

statoil asa (STL) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and President
Total Annual Compensation: 5.6M NOK
Executive Vice President of Development and P...
Total Annual Compensation: 6.5M NOK
Executive Vice President of Exploration
Total Annual Compensation: 4.6M NOK
Executive Vice President of Development & Pro...
Total Annual Compensation: 4.4M NOK
Executive Vice President for Development & Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: 4.3M NOK
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

statoil asa (STL) Key Developments

Statoil ASA Vacates Alaska Chukchi Sea Leases

Statoil ASA reported it will vacate leases it holds in the Chukchi Sea off Alaska and close its office in Anchorage because they are no longer competitive. The decision means Statoil will leave 16 federal Chukchi Sea leases it operates, and its stakes in 50 tracts operated by ConocoPhillips Co. The leases were awarded in the a 2008 lease sale and are due to expire in 2020.

Statoil Makes Final Investment Decision to Build Floating Wind Farm in Scotland

Statoil ASA has made the final investment decision to build a floating wind farm, The Hywind pilot park offshore Peterhead in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The decision triggers investments of around NOK 2 billion, realizing a 60%-70% cost reduction per MW from the Hywind demo project in Norway. Statoil will install a 30 MW wind turbine farm on floating structures at Buchan Deep, 25 km offshore Peterhead, harnessing Scottish wind resources to provide renewable energy to the mainland. The wind farm will power around 20,000 households. Production start is expected in late 2017. The pilot park will cover around 4 square kilometres, at a water depth of 95-120 metres. The average wind speed in this area of the North Sea is around 10 metres per second.

Statoil Abandons Plans of Drilling in the Alaskan Arctic

Statoil announced that it is abandoning plans of drilling in the Alaskan Arctic. The company said it is exiting 16 leases under its own operation and also shutting down its Anchorage, Alaska office. It is also exiting its stake in 50 leases that, are under the operation of Conoco Phillips. One major factor that has dampened prospects for Arctic drilling is low oil prices. Earlier this year, Statoil also signaled that it would not explore in the Barents Sea in 2015.


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