The Petroleum Economist Awards Dinner, 2016

Petroleum Economist’s annual awards ceremony will return to Banking Hall in the City of London on 15 September 2016.

The Petroleum Economist Awards celebrate the people, companies and projects which epitomise the best of the energy industry. The scheme aims to identify and reward examples of innovation and excellence.

Nominations for all categories are judged by a panel of independent experts representing different sectors of the industry. In the past our judges have included: Abdalla el Badri, the secretary-general of OPEC; Torstein Indrebø, the honorary secretary general of the International Gas Union; Malcolm Graham-Wood, the well-known industry – and sport – analyst; Lord Cullen of Whitekirk and John Browne, Baron Browne of Madingley.

The evening is a global celebration and we look forward to finding out which companies and individuals have particularly excelled in what has been a challenging year.

The submission deadline has now passed.

If you submitted a nomination we'll be in touch once the judges have compiled the shortlist to let you know if your entry was selected.

(for nominations which make it to the shortlist, please keep 15 September 2016 available so you/your colleagues may attend the awards dinner in person)

For questions about the awards please contact Emily Mackenzie

To see previous winners, click here.