The Energy Industries Council (EIC) has announced the winners of the 2021 EIC Awards, with 16 EIC member companies winning awards during the virtual ceremony, and one lucky Rising Star winning a scholarship worth £18,500 at the Robert Gordon University (RGU).
The annual EIC Awards celebrate the best of the world’s energy supply chain, rewarding business leaders for their determination and resilience in challenging markets, none more so that this year, dominated by COVID-19 and growing pressure to decarbonise.
This year’s finalists, all taken from the 2021 EIC Survive and Thrive Insight Report, applied 14 different growth strategies, with the most popular being diversification, including into exciting new energy transition technologies.
Re-Gen Robotics scooped up the biggest prize of the night, winning the EIC Company of the Year, with their submission focusing on their one-stop robotic tank cleaning solution, a system which is rapidly winning over clients.
Harley Ogg, Product Service Line Coordinator at Halliburton, won the EIC / RGU Rising Star MBA Award, narrowly beating some of the best and brightest in the energy sector to win a full scholarship on an MBA programme of her choice at RGU.
EIC CEO Stuart Broadley said: “We received a record number of nominations for this year’s EIC Awards, and the quality of applications was truly astonishing, making the task of our expert judges, representing industries from across the world’s energy value chain, harder than ever before.
“All the finalists, both companies and rising stars, that came so close to winning, should be incredibly proud of their achievements in a market like no other, and the winners can be particularly proud of their accolades in a year when celebration has seemed hard to justify.
“No longer have these celebrations calmed down though, and sore heads begin to clear, and I will open up applications for the 2022 EIC Awards and Survive & Thrive interviews.
“It is such a personal privilege for me to meet some of the world best leaders and innovators across all energy sectors, and learn about their own inspiring success stories, that I can’t wait to get started with the sixth edition of our annual research in January.”
EthosEnergy – winner of the Culture award, sponsored by Reflex Marine Foundation
TP Group – winner of the Energy Transition award, sponsored by Turner & Townsend
Balmoral – winner of the Technology award, sponsored by ThinJack
Waves Group and KBR – joint winners of the Digital award, sponsored by Vysus Group
NRL – winner of the Diversification award, sponsored by EthosEnergy
Re-Gen Robotics – winner of the Innovation award, sponsored by CMP Products
Fulkrum Technical Resources – winner of the Scale Up award, sponsored by Carpenter & Paterson Limited
Texo and Aker Solutions – winner of the Transformation award, sponsored by Orion Engineering
Online Electronics – winner of the Optimisation award, sponsored by Doosan Babcock
McMenon Engineering – winner of the Export award, sponsored by AAL Shipping
deugro group – winner of the Collaboration award, sponsored by Reflex Marine Ltd
Re-Gen Robotics – winner of the Sustainability award, sponsored by AIS
UCT Fluid Solutions and Proserv – winner of the Service & Solutions award, sponsored by deugro group
McMenon Engineering – winner of the Resilience award, sponsored by EthosEnergy
Re-Gen Robotics – winners of the 2021 EIC Company of the Year
To register your interest in submitting a nomination for the 2022 EIC Survive and Thrive Insight Report and be considered for the 2022 EIC Awards, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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