"The coming years will be entirely unique in Equinor's history"

Equinor is poised to earn more during the 2018-2020 period than the previous 17 years, if the oil price maintains its current level, says an analyst from Pareto.

Photo: Ole Jørgen Bratland/Equinor

Norwegian oil company Equinor, previously Statoil, can look forward to big earnings if the oil price keeps its current level.

Speaking to Norwegian media Klassekampen, analyst firm Pareto projects that Equinor is facing some highly lucrative years.

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