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2016 Petroleum Economist Award winners

In a ceremony at Banking Hall in London on 15 September, we announced this year's award winners. Here's the list in full

Chief Executive of the Year
Supattanapong Punmeechaow, PTTGC

Executive of the Year
Abhishek Deshpande, Natixis

Future Leader
Leila Benali, Saudi Aramco

Minister of the Year
Abdulhussain bin Ali Mirza

Legacy Award
Ali Al Naimi

Cleaner Energy Initiative of the Year
Total

CSR Programme of the Year
Oman LNG

Stakeholder Communications Programme of the Year
Lloyd’s Register Energy

Project of the Year
Edvard Grieg, Lundin Petroleum

Energy Company of the Year - large cap
Suncor Energy

Energy Company of the Year - mid cap
Devon Energy

Energy Company of the Year - small cap
PDC Energy

Exploration Company of the Year
Eni

Downstream Company of the Year
MOL Group

Petrochemicals Company of the Year
Repsol

Energy Consultancy of the Year (Performance Improvement)
Palmer International Partnership LLP

Energy Consultancy of the Year (Public Relations)
Hill+Knowlton Strategies

Technology Company of the Year
GE Oil & Gas

Energy Finance Provider of the Year
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group

Legal Services Provider of the Year
King & Spalding LLP

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