Shell named ‘energy company of the year’

RBC — Shell was recognized with “Energy Company of the Year” and “Industry Leadership” awards at the Platts Global Energy Awards Ceremony on Dec. 3.
In addition, Shell’s OMEGA Process, a first-of-its kind technology for producing MEG (Mono Ethylene Glycol), was selected as a finalist for “Engineering Project of the Year.”
Ten judges unanimously selected Royal Dutch Shell as the winner of “Energy Company of the Year,” widely known as one of the highest awards in the oil and gas industry. The judging process relied on the expertise of an impartial panel of international energy experts, including energy ministers, national regulators, past and present heads of major energy companies, and leading academics and legislators.