Statoil Deutschland GmbH was established on 4 April in Düsseldorf.
The operation of the Etzel Gas Lager starts at 1 October.
Europipe I and the receiving facilities in Dornum and Emden start their operation on 1 October.
The administration building at Rysumer Nacken is officially inaugurated at 19 November.
Europipe II goes into operation on 1 October.
On 1 July the technical operation of the gas receiving terminals is handed over to the Norwegian company Gassco.
On the 13 July Statoil Deutschland moved into its new office at Dithmarscher Straße in Emden.
On 1 October, the Norwegian energy companies Statoil and Norsk Hydro consolidated their oil and gas activities.
In June Statoil Deutschland and Hydro Energie Deutschland become StatoilHydro Deutschland.
From the 1 October 2009 StatoilHydro Deutschland and other net operators consolidate their actual market areas. A new market area for Germany is born: GASPOOL.
In September StatoilHydro Deutschland goes back to the old and new company name: Statoil Deutschland. Furthermore, two new daughter companies are established: Statoil Deutschland Transport GmbH (since March 2012 jordgasTransport GmbH) and Statoil Deutschland Storage GmbH.
Statoil Deutschland Storage GmbH takes over the operations of the Etzel Gas-Lager.
Statoil Deutschland Storage GmbH has moved into new premises in Etzel, Conradsweg.
Relocation of Statoil Deutschland GmbH from Emden to our current premises in Etzel.
Statoil sold its subsidiary Jordgas Transport GmbH to Open Grid Europe GmbH and Gasunie Deutschland Transport Services GmbH.
2018 Statoil changed its name to Equinor.