ChampionX Corporation has announced that its operations in Norway have been recognised by ConocoPhillips with the 2022 Supplier Recognition Award – Focus on Execution, acknowledging the company’s asset integrity programme in the Greater Ekofisk Area in Norway.
“As one of the world’s leading upstream chemicals and production technology suppliers, ChampionX is committed to the success of our customers,” said Deric Bryant, Chief Operating Officer and President, Chemical Technologies, ChampionX. “We are honoured to be recognised by ConocoPhillips for our contribution, and I applaud our team’s effort to achieve this notable recognition.”
Suppliers that exhibit exceptional leadership in observance of ConocoPhillips’ SPIRIT values are nominated for the award by business units around the globe, and winners are chosen by a cross-functional panel of senior leaders.
“Our suppliers play a key role in helping us deliver on our Triple Mandate of meeting energy transition pathway demand, delivering competitive returns on and of capital, and achieving our net-zero operational emissions ambitions,” said Bill Bullock, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, ConocoPhillips. “These award recipients set themselves apart by finding unique solutions to deliver continued value for ConocoPhillips and our stakeholders.” The Greater Ekofisk Area is located in the North Sea, approximately 300 km southwest of Stavanger, Norway. ChampionX provides a range of chemicals designed to enhance the life of the assets deployed in these fields, supported by its teams in Stavanger and Aberdeen.
“At the core of our culture is the idea that we succeed best when we advocate for our customers,” said David Marlow, Regional Sales Manager – Scandinavia & continental Europe, ChampionX. “I’m delighted with our accomplishment and so proud of the teamwork and effort.”
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