|Date Published||January 30, 2014|
|Tags||Awards, Calgary, Energy Industry, Midstream, Oil & Gas, Operators, Service Providers, Suppliers, Upstream|
The Oil & Gas Awards are coming to Calgary to deliver the inaugural Canada Awards in the Fall of 2014.
With a new category specifically for the region, the â€˜Air & Water Quality Improvement Award,â€™ added to the program of 25 categories already established. We envisage an incredible first year celebrating the challenges presented in the pursuit of hydrocarbons for the Canada energy market.
The Oil & Gas Awards are coming to forefront of innovation and technology, whilst in Calgary to deliver the inaugural Canada Awards in the Fall of 2014. With a new category specifically for the region, the â€˜Air & Water Quality Improvement Award,â€™ added to the program of 25 categories already established. We envisage an incredible first year celebrating the challenges presented in the pursuit of hydrocarbons for the Canada energy market.
The focus of the Oil & Gas Awards is to promote and celebrate companies and individuals for their superb contributions to the energy industry. Since its establishment in North America in 2012, the Oil & Gas awards have become the pre-eminent awards program delivering black tie events unlike anything ever seen in the â€˜littleâ€™ big industry. The initiative brings a vehicle of recognition to the energy industry by marketing and supporting best practices, rewarding organizations that operate responsibly, and promoting their achievements through our association and media partnerships. The Oil & Gas Awards offer entrants unparalleled coverage of the positive contributions they have made in the many specializations across the supply chain. Upstream and midstream operators, their suppliers and service providers, market leaders, and young individuals making waves in their chosen skillset are encouraged to submit entries for review by our judges. Organizations delivering products and services to keep the industry acting at theÂ forefront of innovation and technology, whilst in the pursuit of hydrocarbons, will be rewarded for their commitment and dedication to the cause. With the plethora of companies making incredible contributions to the progression and improvement of the industry, the Oil & Gas Awards help to reward organizations who are leading the way by advancing technology and innovation with research, development, and future shining stars. The Awards reward companies whose contribution to the well being of the community and the environment are always paramount but not often recognized. This is done by bringing together the business leaders in the field to celebrate the positive developments, championing their efforts, and gaining recognition for their work in the most important industry in the world.
Top tier executives of upstream and midstream operators, government officials, industry professors, and industry specialists all support the Awards initiative and help us to promote best practice for participating companies. The judging panel is currently made up of over 60 dedicated panelists whose focus is on rewarding the organizations exercising an aptitude for delivering services, keeping their staff safe on the patch, creating community initiatives, or protecting the environment. They do so by analyzing the quality of each entry in each of the categories under the terms of the criteria laid out.
1 Air & Water Quality Improvement Award (Canada Only)
2 Award for Drilling Excellence
3 Award for Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility
4 Award for Excellence in Environmental Stewardship
5 Award for Excellence in Health & Safety
6 Award for Excellence in Well Completion
7 Award for Geophysical Excellence
8 Construction Company of the Year
9 Corporate Consultancy of the Year
10 Engineering Company of the Year
11 Future Industry Leader
12 General Industry Service Award
13 Industry Leader
14 Industry Supplier of the Year
15 Law Firm of the Year
16 Manufacturer of the Year
17 Midstream Company of the Year
18 New Technology Development of the Year
19 Oilfield Services Company of the Year
20 Operational Consultancy of the Year
21 Recruitment Agency of the Year
22 Risk Management Company of the Year
23 The Oil & Gas Financial Journal Transaction of the Year
24 The TEEMCO E&P Company of the Year
25 Trucking Company of the Year
26 Water Management Company of the Year
Since their inception, the Oil & Gas Awards have been proud to represent a number of Keynote speakers for the North American energy industry, including:
John Hickenlooper Governor of Colorado Rocky Mountain Region
Michael Krancer (Former) Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection Northeast Region
David J. Porter Commissioner of The Texas Railroad Commission Gulf Coast Region
Barry T. Smitherman Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission Southwest Region
Connie Conway Assemblywoman of the California State Assembly Westcoast Region
Michael Teague Secretary of Energy & Environment, Midcontinent Region
What Happens Next for the Canada Oil & Gas Awards in the Fall of 2014? Organizations are invited to submit their nominations and send their entries to the Canada Oil & Gas Awards team at: email@example.com