AOGA Industry Awards

Award Nominations 

Do you know an individual, company, or project that deserves recognition for their achievements in the oil and gas industry? We invite you to submit your nomination(s) for this year’s AOGA Industry Awards.

Read below to learn more about the four award categories. All nominations due Monday, July 19, 2021.

Nominations will be reviewed by a five-person committee, inclusive of industry experts in the fields of government and public affairs, business, regulatory affairs, environmental law, and land management. Winners will be announced August 1, 2021.

Contractor of the Year

The Contractor of the Year for Safety Performance endeavors to provide recognition to the oil and gas support company that has demonstrated exemplary commitment to safety. To garner consideration for this award, a company must demonstrate the highest safety standards, communication of safety policies and employee training, and record of incident-free days. AOGA welcomes nominations from all AOGA member companies.

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Project of the Year

The Project of the Year for Environmental Stewardship and Innovation honors an Alaska oil and gas industry project that demonstrates superior environmental stewardship in its area of design, construction or operation, and/or an innovative approach that sets a new standard for industry design, construction, or operation in Alaska. Given the unique climate and ecosystems in Alaska, local industry has a proud tradition of environmentally prudent and technologically innovative projects and operations. This award endeavors to highlight those projects or strategies that are both successful and represent innovation in their operation or approach.

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Rising Star Award

The Rising Star Award endeavors to honor a young professional oil and gas industry employee, under the age of 35, who has made an immediate and definitive impact on the oil and gas industry in Alaska. This award honors those young professionals that embody a passion and commitment to fostering the long-term viability of oil and gas in Alaska for the benefit of all Alaskans.

Selection criteria:

  • Employee with at least three years of service in the Alaska oil and gas industry
  • Employee who has demonstrated the highest level of professionalism, competence, and leadership in their work
  • Employee who has provided direct service to fostering the long-term viability of oil and gas for the benefit of all Alaskans beyond their own organization
  • Employee who is committed to improving him/herself through continuing education and professional training
  • Employee who has integrated him/herself into the local community through service and organization membership

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Lifetime Achievement Award

The Marilyn Crockett Lifetime Achievement Award is named in honor of the former AOGA Executive Director who dedicated her entire 41-year career to, as she stated, “growing Alaska’s economy through a vibrant oil and gas sector in the state.” This award seeks to recognize the service contributions of a direct oil & gas industry employee who, like Marilyn, has devoted his/her professional life to fostering the viability of the oil and gas industry in Alaska for the benefit of all Alaskans. This award seeks to honor the dedication Marilyn exemplified during her career: exceptional devotion of time, effort, thought, and action consistently shown in his/her work for the betterment of the oil and gas industry in Alaska.

Selection criteria:

  • Employee with at least 15 years of service in the oil and gas industry
  • Employee who has made significant and lasting contributions to the oil and gas industry in Alaska
  • Employee who has provided direct service to fostering the long-term viability of oil and gas for the benefit of all Alaskans beyond their own organization
  • Employee who has served the industry through outstanding contributions to the state and his/her local community

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About AOGA

The Alaska Oil and Gas Association (AOGA) is a nonprofit, professional trade association whose mission is to foster the long-term viability of the oil and gas industry for the benefits of all Alaskans. We represent the majority of companies that are exploring, developing, producing, refining, or marketing oil and gas on the North Slope, in the Cook Inlet, and in the offshore areas of Alaska.