Equinor unveils its tax payments

The Norwegian state-owned oil giant has disclosed how much the company pays in tax from operations around the world. Find the report here.

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In a new report, Equinor tallies how much the Norwegian state-owned oil company pays in taxes around the world.

According to its new Tax Contribution Report for 2020, Equinor, including its subsidiaries, paid USD 3.1bn in taxes last year, of which USD 2.7bn were paid in taxes to Norway.

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