The winners of ADIPEC 2016 Awards announced

ADIPEC 2016 Awards announced the eight winners this week

Winners of the ADIPEC 2016 Awards.
Winners of the ADIPEC 2016 Awards.

Celebrating the achievements of the energy sector, the awards were presented to seven category winners during the ADIPEC Awards Gala Dinner, held at the glamorous Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi.

Hosted by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), the event concluded the opening day of ADIPEC 2016. Winning entries represented individuals, companies, and projects that demonstrated ethical oversight, sustainability, and benefit to the community, setting benchmarks for best practice in the region and worldwide.

Thirty-one nominees were shortlisted after the opening round of assessment by the Regional Select Jury (RSJ), a panel of experts from the region’s leading energy companies, academic institutions, and professional associations. Each shortlisted entry was thoroughly screened by members of the RSJ, with the winners selected after a meticulous evaluation process. As leading experts in their fields, the RSJ members provide a dedicated level of evaluation which narrows all the entries to a final selection.

Omar El Farouk, LWD new technology director at Weatherford, and a member of the Regional Select Jury, said, “The ADIPEC Awards enable oil and gas companies to compete and showcase their achievements across a wide range of disciplines. We were particularly impressed with the quality of the Young ADIPEC Engineer submissions, which clearly demonstrated significant improvement.”

Winners of the ADIPEC 2016 Awards

Category 1 – Best Oil & Gas Innovation or Technology

Upstream

Saudi Aramco
Saudi Aramco Big Bore Gas Completions Saves Significant Development Cost and Adds Critical Production Flexibility

Downstream

GASCO
GASCO Habshan-5 SRU Incinerator Fuel Gas Optimization

Category 2 – Best Oil & Gas HSE Project or Initiative

Saudi Aramco
Uthmaniyah CCS and CO2-EOR Project

Category 3 – Best Oil & Gas CSR Project

Petroleum Development Oman (PDO)
Local Community Contractors and Super Local Community Contractors

Category 4 – Oil & Gas Woman of the Year

Badria Abdul Rahman, Kuwait Oil Company (KOC)
A Resilient Force in the Kuwait Oil & Gas Sector: Badria Abdul Rahman

Category 5 – Young ADIPEC Engineer

Mohannad Abdelaziz, Saudi Aramco

Category 6 – Best Dissertation of the Year

Dr Ali S. Al-Menhali, Imperial College London
Multiphase Flow for CO2 Injection in Saline Aquifers and Oil Reservoirs: Multi-Scale Observations

Category 7 – Best Practice Award

Petroleum Development Oman
Early Monetization of New Discoveries through Early Development Facilities with a New Project Execution Strategy

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