Equinor meets resistance in Australia

Norwegian energy group Equinor has met resistance to its planned drillings in the Great Australian Bight. Thousands protested the company Sunday.
Photo: Øyvind Hagen/Equinor
Photo: Øyvind Hagen/Equinor

While Equinor has shifted to a somewhat more green profile in recent years after changing its name from Statoil and making offshore wind investments, it remains an oil and gas giant. Now, the company's thirst for more oil and gas in the midst of a climate change crisis has led to problems in Australia.

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