The finalists have been announced for the Gas Industry Awards 2022, taking place on 11 May 2022.
The Gas Industry Awards, brought to you by IGEM and the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) recognises the contribution of the gas industry’s most innovative, dedicated and outstanding members.
In compiling the shortlist, a panel of esteemed judges deliberated over more than 100 entries for the prestigious awards.
The winners of each of the 10 categories will be named at the award ceremony held in-person at the London Hilton, on Park Lane.
The shortlisted nominees are:
Company of the Year
- SGN Ltd
- Steve Vick International
- United Living Infrastructure Services (ULIS) formerly known as Fastflow
Customer Service Award
- Beyond the Meter by Cadent Gas Ltd
- CMO Multiple Occupancy Buildings Service (MOBS) by Morrison Energy Services
- Rising to the top of the customer league table by Cadent Gas Ltd
Engineer of the Year
- Jack Deaney of Morrison Energy Services
- Roger Crane of SGN Ltd
- Ryan Mallin of Cadent Gas Ltd
- Leakvision by Synovate, Synthotech and Northern Gas Networks
- The Robotic Roadworks and Excavation System (RRES) by SGN and ULC Technologies
- Tottenham PRS Re-build: Moving towards a ‘carbon net zero construction site’ by United Living Infrastructure Services (ULIS) formerly known as Fastflow
- Andrew Blincow of Indigo Networks Ltd
- Dan Sadler of Equinor ASA
- Howard Forster of Cadent Gas Ltd
- Karen Sloan of Liberty Group
Manager of the Year
- Andrew Clarkson of Pacifica Home Services Ltd T/A 0800Repair
- Denis Kerby of SGN Ltd
- Mumtaz Patel of Cadent Gas Ltd
Product of the Year
- FTPS Pipeline Spacers for Dead Insertion of PE Pipe over Weko Seals developed by FT Pipeline Systems Ltd
- MeteRSit 100% Hydrogen SMETS 2 Domestic Gas Meter and I&C GPRS Gas Meter I Developed by MeteRSit UK Ltd
- Revolutionary Natural Gas and Hydrogen Sensor Developed by Bohr Limited
Project of the Year
- Hydrogen Home undertaken by Northern Gas Networks, Cadent and BEIS
- Lowestoft IP pipeline replacement through multi-utility tunnel undertaken by Vaughan Crawford, on behalf of Cadent Gas Limited in collaboration with Darke Engineering Limited
- The Open Source SCADA (OSS) Project - A cyber defence and controls platform, enabling digital transformation in the gas transmission network undertaken by Belcan in collaboration with National Grid Gas Transmission
- Cook Smarter Cook Safer by The Hong Kong and China Gas Company Ltd
- Tommy McAnairey Carbon Monoxide Awareness Campaign by Gas Networks Ireland
- UIS People Protect by Utility Innovation Technologies
Young Person’s Achievement Award
- Chloe Parker of National Grid Metering
- Bradley Worrell of Morrison Energy Services
- Matthew Goode of Cadent Gas Ltd
- Tracey Dao of SGN Ltd
Oliver Lancaster, CEO of IGEM, said:
“After all the trials and tribulations of the last few years, it’s a great privilege and a pleasure to be able to say the Gas Industry Awards are returning to our familiar stomping ground in London.
“This award ceremony is a celebration of all the hard work our industry has been doing not just to keep our homes warm and our businesses working throughout the pandemic, but also to support the country’s transition to a more sustainable gas future.
“Every day, people working in the gas industry are striving to bring cumulative emissions down, deliver gas with security and flexibility, raise the competitiveness of green technologies and make our rapid journey to net zero as painless and as fair as possible for everyone.
“Without the dedication and hard work of the people and professionals honoured through these awards, our country would simply grind to a halt. So, for that, we thank you and we hope you will all join us in celebrating the incredible achievements this shortlist represents.”
Mike Foster, Chief Executive of the Energy and Utilities Alliance, said:
“The gas Industry is brimming with talent and innovation, but there is so much good work that goes unreported. The Gas Industry Awards is a chance to recognise, celebrate and share some of that work, and also showcase some of the impressive talent within this fast paced industry.”
“Year on year the industry is faced with global, economic, and environmental challenges, but also exciting opportunities. Which it responds to with innovation and thought leadership. ”
“As we look forward and continue to support the UK’s journey to Net Zero, it is imperative that we stop and recognise the hard work going on within the industry. The awards are the perfect mechanism for this.”
“Shortlisting the awards is a significant challenge. Each nomination deserves recognition, but there can only be one winner. I want to congratulate everyone who has made it on to the 2022 shortlist. “
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