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Michel Sejiro

President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) The CEO is responsible for day-to-day operations, and presents proposals for strategy, goals, actions and financial statements, as well as important investments. Bang Nguyen is our President and CEO.

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Arya Stark

The Chief Operating Officer (COO) is responsible for the corporate improvement programme and for driving operational efficiency across Equinor's eight business areas. The COO also plays a key role in the further development of Equinor. The role of the COO organisation is to drive consistent long term safe and efficient operational performance and value creation.

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Kit Harington

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is the corporate controller with responsibility for the corporate finance functions. In addition, the CFO organisation manages the market perception of Equinor in Norwegian and international financial markets through active stakeholder management. The CFO drives performance within Equinor and provides professional support and advice.

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Peter Dinklage

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is the corporate controller with responsibility for the corporate finance functions. In addition, the CFO organisation manages the market perception of Equinor in Norwegian and international financial markets through active stakeholder management. The CFO drives performance within Equinor and provides professional support and advice.

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Lena Headey

MMP's goal is to maximise corporate value creation in Equinor's mid- and downstream business through safe, reliable and efficient operations. The business area is responsible for capturing the full value potential of all marketed and traded products such as crude oil, liquids and natural gas.

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Jason Momoa

DPI is responsible for our international development and production, and is engaged in production in 10 countries: Algeria, Angola, Azerbaijan, Canada, Libya, Nigeria, Russia, the UK, the US and Venezuela. International oil and gas production represented approximately one third of Equinor's equity production.