Shortlisted finalists announced for Energy Institute Awards 2014

The Energy Institute (EI) Awards judging panel, made up of distinguished industry experts, has now reviewed the submissions to this year’s competition and shortlisted the finalists.

Energy Institute logo 1The winners will be announced by Huw Edwards, respected news correspondent and broadcaster, at a black tie ceremony and dinner in London on 13 November.

Communication award, sponsored by Third Person    

BP for its Energy Sustainability Challenge handbooks

Ernst & Young for its Financing the future energy landscape report

Paul Davis & Partners for its Residential Retrofit: 20 Case Studies project

Schneider Electric for its Energy University

Community Initiative award, sponsored by Nexen

BG Group for improving science education for 30,000 students

EDF Energy and the Transformation Trust for The Big Energy Project

London Borough of Islington for its Warm Home discount bulk referral programme

National Energy Action and SSE for the Wales Fuel Debt training and mentoring project

Energy Excellence award, sponsored by DONG Energy

Altaaqa Global CAT Rental Power for rebuilding a war-torn nation through energy

International Association of Oil and Gas Producers for its Gathering data; saving lives project

Ministry of Defence – Defence Infrastructure Organisation and Partners for the Energy Spend to Save programme 2011–14

Open Energi and Aggregate Industries for their bitumen tanks help to balance the grid

Environment award, sponsored by the Environment Agency

SLG for low carbon leather

Sindicatum Sustainable Resources for its RenewCo projects

SWRP for the Subsea Well Response project

Vital Efficienci for energy savings and ISO 50001 certification at Cancer Research UK’s research laboratory

Individual Achievement award, sponsored by Dentons

Neil Fowler CEng FEI Chartered Petroleum Engineer, Taqa Bratani

Dr Zaffar Khan MEI, University of the West Indies

Nathan Leaver FEI, Greenergy

Elaine McFarlane CEnv MEI, Shell

Innovation award, sponsored by National Grid

SGS for automated real-time analysis of fluid properties at the well site

Stanhope-Seta for H2S Analyser and Vapour Phase Process

UK Power Networks for Flexible Plug and Play

Wessex Water for Bridport Sewage Treatment Works conversion

Safety award, sponsored by Shell

British Gas for its investment and strategic leadership in their safety team

E.ON for its process safety management system

Greenergy for the Plymouth Terminal upgrade

Tank Terminal Training for its Safety of Ethics project

 Technology award, sponsored by Costain

Chinook Sciences for RODECS® end stage recycling plant

Halliburton for RezConnect™ well testing system

Marine Engineering Energy Solutions and Doris Engineering for its articulated wind colum

Meta Downhole for Metalmorphology™

Young Energy Professional of the Year award, sponsored by Aramco Overseas

Rachel Callender, Centrica

Ana Gorgyan CEng MEI Chartered Energy Engineer, Independent Power Corporation

Jaz Rabadia MEI Chartered Energy Manager, Debenhams

Daniel Saville GradEI, Trowers & Haml

Huw Edwards is a news anchor and has presented and commentated on some of the world’s major events including US President Barack Obama’s inauguration, the opening ceremony of the London Olympics and HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Originally a parliamentary correspondent, Huw has won a BAFTA award and interviewed presidents, prime ministers and major figures in all areas of public life.

The EI Awards ceremony will be held at the Sheraton Park Lane, London.  It welcomes representatives from across the global energy sector to celebrate the best of the industry.




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