Winners announced at 2018 AFBE-UK Scotland Awards
Published by David Bizley,
More than 230 people attended the inaugural AFBE-UK Scotland Awards to celebrate success, diversity and inclusion in the energy and engineering sectors.
Oil and Gas UK chief executive Deidre Michie OBE was guest speaker at the social enterprise’s awards night at the Double Tree by Hilton Treetops Hotel in Aberdeen (Wed). Denis Pinto, an oil and gas industry professional for more than 30 years, was given the Special Appreciation Award. (Denis was unable to attend last night’s awards ceremony). The flow measurement and hydrocarbon allocation consultant has helped others through his many roles including those at the Federation of Small Businesses and the Energy Institute.
Shell UK won Company of the Year and Claire Hayward, of BP, won the Outstanding Mentor Award, while WSP telecommunications engineer Samuel Elegbede landed the Young BME Professional of the Year honour. Sarah Weihmann, a PhD researcher in structural geology at the University of Aberdeen, was recognised as AFBE-UK Scotland Member of the Year for her commitment at the organisation’s events to encourage the next generation of engineers.
Deirdre Michie said: “It was a pleasure for Oil & Gas UK to be part of the first AFBE-UK Scotland Awards. This event highlighted the progress made to support people from a variety of backgrounds to enter our industry. Securing greater diversity in our workplace remains a focus for the sector and is key to realising industry shared ambition, Vision 2035.”
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