Nominations now open for Gas Industry awards 2018

15th Jan 2018


The Gas Industry Awards 2018, brought to you by the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) and the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM), offers the opportunity to celebrate the very best of the industry; the high standards upheld and the innovation which enables gas to be at the forefront of tackling the energy trilemma. Nominations are now open for the awards. Using our online portal (,) you can nominate exceptional colleagues or companies within the industry, offering a fantastic opportunity for outstanding work to be recognised.

The winners of the 10 categories will be named at a spectacular award ceremony taking place at the London Hilton Park Lane on Tuesday 15th May 2018. Alongside the presentation of the awards, the event also provides the chance to network with over 600 senior industry delegates, enjoy a drinks reception followed by a three-course sit down meal, as well as an address from a prolific keynote speaker.

The 2018 Gas Industry Awards features 10 categories for you to either enter an individual or company. The categories are:

.          Manager of the Year

.          Engineer of the Year

.          Gas Industry Safety Award

.          Innovation Award - project of the year

.          Innovation Award - product of the year

.          Customer Service Award

.          Company of the Year

.          Gas Industry Leadership Award

.          Young Person's Achievement (aged 35 and under)

.          Energy Efficiency Award

 Mike Foster, Chief Executive of the Energy and Utilities Alliance said:

“We are pleased to announce the date for this year’s awards and are looking forward to receiving lots of high calibre nominations in the coming months.”

“The awards offer an opportunity to celebrate the progress made within the industry and discuss the future challenges we face. The UK’s extensive gas network is a national asset, which provides a secure, flexible source of energy and has the power to be truly transformative; it can be used to tackle some of the most pressing energy issues – from affordability and fuel poverty, to decarbonisation and meeting climate change targets.

“This event offers the chance to acknowledge the work that so many within the industry are doing which enables the gas grid to be at the forefront of addressing the energy trilemma.”

Sheila Lauchlan, President of IGEM, said:

 “As the gas industry enters a critical period in its history, it’s only right that we recognise and honour the superb individuals, companies and projects that are helping the UK to tackle the energy trilemma and preserve our industry for generations to come. The staggering number of nominations we received for last year’s awards is testament to the amount of incredible work taking place with respect to innovation, safety and energy efficiency – not to mention the astounding dedication and professionalism of the people at the heart of this industry.

“It is my hope that we can we can make this year’s awards ceremony our biggest yet and, with our new online nominations portal, it’s now simpler than ever to acknowledge the success stories of the gas world.”