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Asian Power announces the winners of the first-ever Asian Oil & Gas Awards 2021

Asian Power is proud to declare the winners of the inaugural Asian Oil & Gas Awards. The awards programme recognises the most outstanding and exceptional initiatives in the oil and gas industry in Asia.

With the world's constant motion fueled by innovation in energy, the Asian Oil & Gas Awards shines the spotlight on companies with influential roles that led to the transformation of Asia's oil and gas industry—a major industry that powers the global economy. Despite the challenging environment especially in recent years, these companies have remained steadfast to their purpose and have risen above the hurdles.

The winners established their crucial contributions to the industry after the scrutiny of an esteemed panel of judges consisting of Sanjeev Gupta, Partner, Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Leader, ASEAN Energy Market Segment Leader of Ernst & Young; Tim Rockell, Managing Director of Energy Strat Asia Pte. Ltd. Singapore; and Gervasius Samosir, Partner of YCP Solidiance.

Awards presentations will be held virtually on 20 December 2021. 

Congratulations to all the winners!

COVID Management Initiative of the Year - India

  • Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.

COVID Management Initiative of the Year - Singapore

  • Shell Eastern Trading (Pte) Ltd

Digital Transformation Initiative of the Year - India

  • HPCL Mittal Energy Limited

Digital Transformation Initiative of the Year - Saudi Arabia

  • Saudi Aramco - Yanbu Refinery 

Digital Transformation Initiative of the Year - Singapore

  • Shell Eastern Trading (Pte) Ltd.

Downstream Project of the Year - India

  • HPCL Mittal Energy Limited

Health and Safety Initiative of the Year - India

  • Technip Energies

Innovation of the Year - Saudi Arabia

  • Saudi Aramco - Yanbu Refinery

New Product of the Year - India

  • Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.

Operations and Maintenance Initiative of the Year - India

  • Technip Energies

Operations and Maintenance Initiative of the Year - Thailand

  • The Shell Company of Thailand

Plant/Facilities Upgrade of the Year - Thailand

  • The Shell Company of Thailand
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