2018 Environment and Safety Excellence Awards
APPEA Safety Excellence Awards
The APPEA Safety Excellence Award recognises excellence in safety performance and management. Since 1987 these awards have showcased the best the oil and gas industry has to offer, sharing best practice and providing inspiration to the entire industry. The awards are only open to full APPEA member companies.
In 2017, the Safety Excellence Award was presented to Woodside Energy at the APPEA Conference and Exhibition.
Applications are now open and the awards are presented at APPEA’s annual conference dinner.
This year, there will be a company award (for whole-of-company performance) and a new project award (for an individual project and its outcomes).
For information please click here.
APPEA Environment Excellence Awards
The APPEA Environment Excellence Award recognises organisational excellence and industry leadership in environmental management. Environmental excellence is embedded in the culture of the Australian oil and gas industry; the award recipient will be a visible example of this principle that acts as a leadership role model for others. To be considered for an APPEA Environment Excellence Award, a company must be a full APPEA member.
In 2017, the Environment Excellence Award was presented to Buru Energy at the APPEA Conference and Exhibition in Perth.
For more information on this award please click here.
The Reg Sprigg Medal
The APPEA Board awards the Reg Sprigg Medal to recognise an individual’s outstanding service in promoting the Australian oil and gas industry’s objectives.
Introduced in 1989 as the APEA Gold Medal, this award was renamed the Reg Sprigg Medal in 1995 to commemorate the exceptional contribution that Dr Reginald Sprigg AO (1919-1994) provided to the industry as a geologist, company executive and APPEA’s founding Chairman.
Past recipients of the Reg Sprigg Medal have been individuals of calibre and who have demonstrated outstanding service to the Australian oil and gas industry either through highly valued contributions within the industry or through distinguished leadership within APPEA. Past recipients are listed here.
The Reg Sprigg Medal is only awarded to outstanding individuals, with candidates being assessed by the APPEA Board. Nominations must be made in writing and seconded by a Director of the APPEA Board. These should be sent to [email protected] in the first instance.
Click here to view past winners of the Reg Sprigg Gold Medal.
The Lewis G Weeks Medal
The APPEA Board awards the Lewis G Weeks Medal to commemorate the contribution of Dr Weeks’ pioneering geological work in Bass Strait and its contribution to Australian petroleum exploration.
To be considered for this award, a candidate must have made an outstanding contribution to the art, science or practice of petroleum exploration. Past recipients have demonstrated distinguished service to the industry in the development or application of exploration techniques, or in teaching, and are listed here.
The Lewis G Weeks Medal is only awarded to outstanding individuals, with candidates being assessed by the APPEA Board. Nominations must be made in writing and seconded by a Director of the APPEA Board. These should be sent to [email protected] in the first instance.
Click here to view past winners of the Lewis G Weeks Gold Medal.