World Finance 2012 Oil and Gas Awards

 

Oil and gas industry is at its turmoil due to technological advancements that allowed to unleash the potential of oil reserves that were considered as commercially unviable or to discover new reserves.

In addition, there were many external factors that brought significant imbalances, such as oil price manipulation, global financial crisis, cyber-threats, environmental concerns etc.

Although petroleum industry is trying to adapt to external factors through flexible strategies, enormous investments in Research and Developments as well as manage its internal factors, there will be more issues to come, unexpected and unpredictable.

Oil companies, majors and service companies are continuously striving for cost reduction and new technologies to maximise extraction techniques due to resource scarcity and rise in demand. The discovery of huge reserves of shale oil in North America will change current market structure. Ongoing political instability, innovative drilling, alternative energy sources, pressure towards clean energy, informatiaon technology development towards companies cyber security culture are other factors that add up to the challenges oil and gas industry faces today.

Considering all these concerns World Finance has chosen the best performers of the industry for 2012.  The recipients of 2012 Oil and Gas Awards were carefully chosen for their forward thinking, business acumen, and services to the oil and gas industry. The aim of the awards is to showcase the successes and to set a benchmark for others in the industry.

Considering all these concerns World Finance has chosen the best performers of the industry for 2012.  The recipients of 2012 Oil and Gas Awards were carefully chosen for their forward thinking, business acumen, and services to the oil and gas industry. The aim of the awards is to showcase the successes and to set a benchmark for others in the industry.

Below is the List of Winners:

Best Fully-Integrated Company

Chevron

Petrobras

Statoil

Gazprom

Petrixo Group

PTT

PetroSA

 

Best Independent Company

Breitling Oil and Gas

HRT Oil and Gas

Puma Energy

Irkutsk Oil Company

Crescent Petroleum

Phoenix Petroleum Phillipines

Afren

 

Best Exploration and Production Company

Pacific Rubiales Energy

Perenco

Petrogas

CNPC

 

Best Downstream Company

ExxonMobil

PDVSA

Shell

Tatneft

ADNOC

Sinopec

Puma Energy

 

Best CEO

Trevor Rees Jones, Chief Oil & Gas

Trevor Rees Jones CEO Chief Oil&Gas

Trevor Rees Jones CEO Chief Oil&Gas

Maria das Gracas Silva Foster, Petrobras

Helge Lund, Statoil

Sara Akbar, Kuwait Energy

Zhou Jiping, PetroChina

Nosizwe Nocawe Nokwe, PetroSA

 

Best Consultants 

Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group

Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group

Eurasia Group

ArceRojas Consultores & Cia

Ernst & Young

PWC

Deloitte

McKinsey & Co.

The winner list is categorized by different criteria and includes the Exploration & Production companies, EPCs, Downstream Companies, Drilling Companies, as well as the Best CEOs and Consultants. For more details, it’s worthwhile to visit World Finance web-page. 

 

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About Fidan Aliyeva

Fidan Aliyeva is Associate Publisher and Editor for Oil and Gas / Energy for Timizzer. Fidan Aliyeva's background experience is in international Oil and Gas industry working in big energy Multinationals close to CEOs and Boards project managing global projects. With a MBA in Oil and Gas Management from the University of Dundee, Scotland, Fidan moved from her home country Azerbaijan to Europe, UK. In the last years she has been working, researching and writing about micro and macro trends in energy, oil and gas industry and sector. She has a passion for oil and gas industry, its challenges, geopolitical, environmental, IT and tech other global concerns that affect lifestyle of nations. She also writes and researches about management and leadership. Fidan is the founder the website petroleumanalytics.com. Follow her in twitter @petro_analytics or http://uk.linkedin.com/in/fidanaliyeva

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