Hydrocarbon Processing Award 2019 Winners Honored at Houston Gala

HOUSTON (November 6, 2019) — Nearly 150 of the midstream and downstream oil and gas industry’s brightest minds gathered Wednesday to find out, and celebrate, the winners of the 2019 HP Awards. The awards ceremony seeks to recognize and honor the midstream and downstream processing industry’s top innovations and innovators.

Honorees took home awards in 17 categories—14 encompassing the latest technological advances in the hydrocarbon processing industry and three people awards—from the gala event in Houston, Texas. These innovations are enabling refinery, petrochemical and gas processing/LNG operators to optimize their operations.

Nearly 100 nominations were submitted from more than 20 countries. Each abstract was voted on by an independent Hydrocarbon Processing advisory board.

A complete list of the categories and winners appears below:

The 2019 HP Awards were generously sponsored by Halliburton (Photography Sponsor), S&B Engineering and Constructors (Gala Gift Sponsor), Siemens (Dessert Sponsor), Fox Thermal and Tube Tech (Spotlight on Technology Sponsors), Dynamics SPC (Most Promising Engineer Category Sponsor) and Fluor (Program Print Sponsor). Table sponsors were Albemarle, ExxonMobil, BASF, McDermott, OSIsoft, Smith and Burgess Process Safety Consultants and Sinopec.

Hydrocarbon Processing, the leading oil and gas trade journal for the hydrocarbon processing industry, has a worldwide circulation of more than 30,000 subscribers. Gulf Energy Information has published Hydrocarbon Processing for more than 97 years.

Additional information on the HP Awards program can be found at HydrocarbonProcessing.com/Awards.

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