NOC of the Year

(>50% State-owned)

Criteria:

  • Overall leadership as an industry benchmark of excellence
  • Financial performance against peer group
  • Operational performance of asset / services portfolio
  • Recent market transactions and deals (value creation, value realisation, total shareholder return)
  • Recent exploration successes (value creation)
  • Strength of industry partnerships (creation of new partnerships, leveraging existing partnerships)
  • Strength of market reputation, corporate governance, investor relations and public relations

12 + 2 =

Large-Cap of the Year

(>£20Bn market cap)

Criteria:

  • Overall leadership as an industry benchmark of excellence
  • Financial performance against peer group
  • Operational performance of asset / services portfolio
  • Recent market transactions and deals (value creation, value realisation, total shareholder return)
  • Recent exploration successes (value creation)
  • Strength of industry partnerships (creation of new partnerships, leveraging existing partnerships)
  • Strength of market reputation, corporate governance, investor relations and public relations

5 + 14 =

Mid-Cap of the Year

(Between £1Bn– 20Bn market cap)

Criteria:

  • Overall leadership as an industry benchmark of excellence
  • Financial performance against peer group
  • Operational performance of asset / services portfolio
  • Recent market transactions and deals (value creation, value realisation, total shareholder return)
  • Recent exploration successes (value creation)
  • Strength of industry partnerships (creation of new partnerships, leveraging existing partnerships)
  • Strength of market reputation, corporate governance, investor relations and public relations

11 + 6 =

Small-Cap of the Year

(<1Bn market cap)

Criteria:

  • Overall leadership as an industry benchmark of excellence
  • Financial performance against peer group
  • Operational performance of asset / services portfolio
  • Recent market transactions and deals (value creation, value realisation, total shareholder return)
  • Recent exploration successes (value creation)
  • Strength of industry partnerships (creation of new partnerships, leveraging existing partnerships)
  • Strength of market reputation, corporate governance, investor relations and public relations

5 + 13 =

Exploration of the Year


Criteria:

  • Overall leadership as an industry benchmark of excellence
  • Financial performance against peer group
  • Operational performance of asset / services portfolio
  • Recent market transactions and deals (value creation, value realisation, total shareholder return)
  • Recent exploration successes (value creation)
  • Strength of industry partnerships (creation of new partnerships, leveraging existing partnerships)
  • Strength of market reputation, corporate governance, investor relations and public relations

6 + 15 =

Oilfield Services Company of the Year


Criteria:

  • Overall leadership as an industry benchmark of excellence
  • Financial performance against peer group
  • Operational performance of asset / services portfolio
  • Recent market transactions and deals (value creation, value realisation, total shareholder return)
  • Recent exploration successes (value creation)
  • Strength of industry partnerships (creation of new partnerships, leveraging existing partnerships)
  • Strength of market reputation, corporate governance, investor relations and public relations

13 + 12 =

Innovation of the Year


Criteria:

  • Innovation can be in any part of the business with examples including: technology, financing, operational performance, industry partnerships or collaboration, cost cutting and portfolio innovation
  • Successful innovation has led to excellence in one or more parts of the business including financial performance, operational performance, exploration success, market reputation, value creation and overall company performance

7 + 8 =

Private Equity of the Year


Criteria:

  • Meaningful investments
  • Meaningful exits
  • Value creation events
  • Portfolio enhancements and diversification

9 + 14 =

Deal of the Year


Criteria:

  • Deal value (value creation, value realisation)
  • Game/Industry changing implications
  • Post-deal performance

2 + 10 =

Female Executive of the Year


Criteria:

  • Company performance (growth, change management, turnaround success)
  • Market reputation
  • Industry innovation
  • Deal/operation success
  • Company or industry changing event workforce

3 + 7 =

Executive of the Year


Criteria:

  • Company performance (growth, change management, turnaround success)
  • Market reputation
  • Industry innovation
  • Deal/operation success
  • Company or industry changing event workforce

12 + 10 =