Trade body Oil and Gas UK has announced the shortlist for this year’s instalment of its prestigious OGUK Awards.
A major Scottish renewable energy awards is open for nominations after it confirmed plans to hold a physical ceremony later this year.
Industry body Subsea UK has unveiled the finalists who are in the running to triumph at its 2017 business awards.
Nominations are now open for the ninth annual Oil & Gas UK awards evening.
The shortlist of contenders for honours at the Press and Journal’s inaugural celebration of 50 years of operations in the North Sea has been unveiled. Thirteen companies and four individuals have emerged as potential winners of the newspaper’s first Gold Awards. The recipient of the first hall of fame accolade will also be unveiled during the ceremony at the Marcliffe Hotel and Spa.
The UK Oil and Gas Industry Safety Awards finalists are ready to be announced exclusively on Energy Voice. Established in 2010, the awards celebrate the work done by staff and companies to make offshore operations ever safer. The event is jointly organised by Step Change in Safety and Oil & Gas UK. Last year, nine awards were presented to companies and individuals for their dedication to health and safety in the offshore industry.
Aberdeen firm North Star Shipping has had its strong safety record recognised by one of the world’s leading health and safety bodies, the British Safety Council (BSC), in three separate areas. The international safety award was won for a 14th consecutive year and for a second year running with distinction as a result of its record for preventing workplace injuries and work-related ill health over the past year.
The deadline for this year’s entries into the Oil & Gas UK Industry Safety Awards has been extended. Following a request from potential entrants, the closing date for submissions has been extended to Friday, February 27. The award categories include Safety Leadership, Innovation in Safety and Workforce Engagement.
The shortlist for the 2015 Offshore Achievement Awards is unveiled today, revealing 34 contenders for 11 of the 12 honours on offer. It is all hush-hush for the 12th award, which recognises significant achievement in the oil and gas industry, and will be presented along with the others in formt of about 500 guests at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on Thursday, March 12. Sponsored by Taqa in association with rigzone.com, the annual awards are organised and hosted by the Aberdeen section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).