Statoil Revenue 2006-2019 | EQNR

Statoil annual/quarterly revenue history and growth rate from 2006 to 2019. Revenue can be defined as the amount of money a company receives from its customers in exchange for the sales of goods or services. Revenue is the top line item on an income statement from which all costs and expenses are subtracted to arrive at net income.
  • Statoil revenue for the quarter ending March 31, 2019 was $16.482B, a 17.11% decline year-over-year.
  • Statoil revenue for the twelve months ending March 31, 2019 was $76.191B, a 16.25% increase year-over-year.
  • Statoil annual revenue for 2018 was $79.593B, a 30.08% increase from 2017.
  • Statoil annual revenue for 2017 was $61.187B, a 33.38% increase from 2016.
  • Statoil annual revenue for 2016 was $45.873B, a 23.09% decline from 2015.
Statoil Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2018 $79,593
2017 $61,187
2016 $45,873
2015 $59,642
2014 $99,264
2013 $108,613
2012 $124,425
2011 $119,766
2010 $87,330
2009 $73,967
2008 $117,291
2007 $89,399
2006 $66,155
2005 $60,690
Statoil Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
Q1 2019 $16,482
Q4 2018 $22,438
Q3 2018 $19,136
Q2 2018 $18,135
Q1 2018 $19,884
Q4 2017 $17,115
Q3 2017 $13,609
Q2 2017 $14,935
Q1 2017 $15,528
Q4 2016 $12,757
Q3 2016 $12,106
Q2 2016 $10,895
Q1 2016 $10,115
Q4 2015 $13,093
Q3 2015 $13,614
Q2 2015 $17,422
Q1 2015 $15,513
Q4 2014 $22,228
Q3 2014 $23,756
Q2 2014 $24,495
Q1 2014 $28,784
Q4 2013 $26,043
Q3 2013 $28,357
Q2 2013 $25,463
Q1 2013 $28,750
Q4 2012 $29,256
Q3 2012 $27,979
Q2 2012 $33,048
Q1 2012 $33,560
Q4 2011 $31,793
Q3 2011 $30,251
Q2 2011 $29,356
Q1 2011 $25,445
Q4 2010 $24,174
Q3 2010 $20,467
Q2 2010 $20,832
Q1 2010 $22,181
Q4 2009 $21,575
Q3 2009 $21,310
Q2 2009 $16,113
Q1 2009 $17,818
Q4 2008 $22,175
Q3 2008 $32,508
Q2 2008 $33,707
Q1 2008 $29,988
Q4 2007 $26,860
Q3 2007 $19,000
Q2 2007 $21,195
Q1 2007 $16,127
Q4 2006 $16,183
Q3 2006 $16,819
Q2 2006 $17,078
Q1 2006 $16,249
Q4 2005 $16,060
Q3 2005 $16,297
Q2 2005 $14,523
Q1 2005 $13,451
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Other Alternate Energy $69.671B $79.593B
Equinor ASA operates as an energy company. It engaged in developing oil, gas, wind and solar energy projects and focuses on offshore operations and exploration services. Equinor ASA, formerly known as Statoil ASA, is based in Norway, Europe.
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