ExxonMobil has announced its plan to host the second annual Power Play Awards. Started in 2019 as a way to recognise women in the LNG value chain as well as the men who support and empower them, the Power Play Awards programme shines a light on the importance of diversity and demonstrates the critical role that women are increasingly playing in the energy sector.
The 2020 award categories are as follows:
- The Rising Star – presented to an outstanding female professional under the age of 35.
- The Vanguard – given to a male or female professional who displays outstanding leadership.
- The Rainmaker - awarded to a female professional who has delivered exceptional value and business results.
Award nominations are now open and will close on 19 June 2020 at 11:59 p.m. EST, by which time all nominations must be submitted. Anyone is welcome to submit a nomination; however, all nominees must be part of the LNG value chain. Industry players of all sizes are encouraged to participate.
Following the nomination period, nominees will go through a rigorous judging process conducted by a panel of international leaders in the LNG industry until four finalists are selected for each award category in late July. Following the finalist selection process, there will be a period of community voting where the LNG community will have the opportunity to vote on the winners. Awards winners will then be announced in September 2020.
For more information on the Power Play Awards or to start a nomination, visit https://www.ExxonMobilLNG.com/Power-Play/Power-Play-Awards.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/15042020/power-play-awards-returns/
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