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Success stories wanted for OAAs

Ian Phillips: organiser
Ian Phillips: organiser

Organisations and individuals in the energy industry have been encouraged to share their success stories and enter the annual Offshore Achievement Awards (OAAs).

The accolades, which were relaunched by the Aberdeen section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) in 2011, will be handed out at a ceremony in Aberdeen next year.

This year’s event was attended by 400 people and held at the Ardoe House Hotel, but organisers said the 2013 ceremony would be held at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre to meet demand for places.

The awards are open to entries from UK-registered companies in the offshore renewables and oil and gas industries.

Ian Phillips, director of CO2DeepStore and the SPE board member responsible for organising the OAAs, said: “The success we saw after relaunching the awards last year was hugely positive and demonstrated that the awards have a firm place in the energy sector calendar.

“It is vital that we recognise the talent which has been responsible for shaping the industry that we see today, as well the high performers and pioneers that will develop the cutting edge solutions and innovations in the future.”

The deadline for submitting nominations for the OAAs is December 1. The ceremony will be held on March 21, 2013.

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