The Offshore Achievement Awards (OAA) is gearing up for its first ever virtual awards ceremony, allowing finalists and winners to be celebrated by industry on Friday, August 14, 2020.
Offshore Achievement Awards
The Offshore Achievement Awards (OAA) is gearing up for its first ever virtual awards ceremony, allowing finalists and winners to be celebrated by industry on Friday 14 August, 2020.
A highlight of the UK offshore industry's social calendar has been postponed due to fears about the coronavirus spread.
The finalists for this year’s Offshore Achievement Awards (OAA) have been announced, with record entries submitted across a number of categories.
With just over two weeks left until entries close for the 2020 Offshore Achievement Awards, the design for this year’s trophy has been chosen following a competition amongst 3D Design students at Robert Gordon University (RGU).
An energy industry stalwart was recognised for his technical nous and role in inspiring young people to get into engineering careers at a glittering awards ceremony in Aberdeen last night.
STEM initiatives, training and educational events aimed at inspiring the next generation will once again be supported and highlighted by the Offshore Achievement Awards (OAAs).
The finalists for this year’s Offshore Safety Awards have been announced.
An Aberdeen-born oil industry veteran’s influence on the sector was recognised at an awards ceremony in the Granite City last night.
The former operations director of trade body Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) was handed a top accolade for significant contribution to the industry at an awards ceremony in Aberdeen last night.
The Offshore Achievement Awards 2017 have been launched at this year's Intelligent Energy.
Oilfield technology inventor Dan Purkis was honoured for his significant contribution to the North Sea industry at the 30th Offshore Achievement Awards (OAAs) in Aberdeen last night.
With just under two weeks until the 2016 Offshore Achievement Awards (OAA), the trophy which will be presented to winners on the night has been revealed.
The shortlist for a leading offshore industry awards scheme has been selected from a record number of applicants. Around 100 hopefuls submitted entries for the 2016 Offshore Achievement Awards (OAA), a record since the awards were re-launched in 2011 by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Aberdeen Section.
Robert Gordon University students yesterday unveiled plans for trophy design competition entries they have been concocting for an awards ceremony. The prizes handed out to winners at next year’s Offshore Achievement Awards (OAAs) will be based on the winning design. The competition’s organisers said the trophy should reflect the themes of the OAAs – innovation, collaboration and creativity.
The 2016 Offshore Achievement Awards will include a number of new categories to coincide with their 30th anniversary.