Energy Risk is now accepting submissions for its highly-prized Energy Risk Asia Awards, which will be featured in our September 2014 issue
We are pleased to announce that entries can now be submitted for Energy Risk's coveted Asia Awards.
These awards provide an opportunity for companies across the commodity trading and risk management industry to gain valuable recognition and kudos. Winning an Energy Risk Asia Award sets you apart from your competitors and is a tangible accolade that demonstrates you have excelled within your sector.
Entries are judged by Energy Risk's experienced editorial team, with the assistance of external industry experts. In particular, the judging process focuses on strong client feedback. To enter and see this year's submission guidelines in full, please visit the awards website by clicking here.
This year's categories are as follows:
Please note the final categories are subject to change at the discretion of the judges, and categories for which the quantity and quality of entries is low will be removed. The deadline for submissions is 5.00pm GMT on August 1, 2014. No submissions beyond that point will be considered.
Profiles of this year's winners will be featured in the September 2014 edition of Energy Risk.
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