18 novembro 2019
Science Museum, London, UK

Argus LPG Awards for Excellence

Celebrating Europe's achievements in the LPG industry

The shortlist for the 2019 awards has been announced, click here to view the shortlist.

The Argus LPG industry awards will set the benchmark for outstanding performance throughout the European LPG industry. These awards will focus on the individuals, projects, organisations and technologies that have excelled in the LPG industry. Our aim is to put a spotlight on the companies that are embracing innovation and are positively transforming the world of LPG.


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Key diary dates

  • Entries are now closed
  • Entry deadline: 13 September
  • Shortlist judging day: 23 October
  • Leadership Forum and Awards Dinner: 18 November

Argus LPG Leadership Forum

The Leadership Forum will kick-off the day’s proceedings with high-level discussions under Chatham House Rules. Opened by Philip Shaw, Senior Vice-President LPG for Argus Media, an Industry Leaders Discussion panel will follow and will feature Argus LPG Awards for Excellence judges and other key LPG executives. The discussion will be an informal, open conversation and questions from the audience will be actively encouraged. The Argus Leadership Forum will take place at the Science Museum and is free to attend. Please join us by registering now.

Venue: Science Museum

Argus LPG Leadership Forum and the Argus LPG Awards for Excellence award ceremony will take place in the Science Museum. Address: Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2DD

Order of events

  • 15:00 – Registration and refreshments
  • 16:00 – Argus LPG Leadership Forum
  • 18:00 – Leadership Forum drinks reception
  • 19:00 – Argus LPG Awards welcome reception – for dinner participants only
  • 20:00 – Awards dinner and ceremony
  • 23:00 – Carriages

Menu - available in due course

Award categories

In this dynamic trading and business environment, judges will be looking for nominations from either domestic or international traders who have shown creativity in trade activities. Entries should showcase success and leadership in adapting to changes in trade flows, opening up of new supply sources and demand centres in support of the LPG community and local economies.

For this award, the judges will be looking at those celebrated C-level executives who have excelled in demonstrating leadership that has been critical to the success of their business. The judging panel will look out for those who can give examples of strategic initiatives that have strengthened or improved the business’ position in the LPG industry.

The Shipbroker of the Year award recognises a company which offers overall excellence in customer service, operational efficiency and one which has built sustainable long-term relationships with ship owners and the wider LPG industry over the years.

Infrastructure projects can include anything from storage facilities, ports and terminal projects to new LPG fractionation. The winner of the Infrastructure Project award will illustrate an excellence in driving project management through to implementation and execution.

The Industry Rising Star award recognises the overall achievements of a start-up business or an existing business that has gone above and beyond, and has taken their business into a new field or new product.

Recognising exceptional operations and developmental strategies, judges will look for a company who can demonstrate its vision of achieving excellence through their people’s performance. Entries should showcase how they’re fostering talent, diversity, supporting career progression and investing in training and development strategies that enable their team to grow and flourish.

Nominations for the technology award are open to technology companies or individuals working for the benefit of the LPG industry. This award is for technology in its broadest sense, whether that be engineering, HSE, digital or any other technology that adds value to the LPG industry and the people that work in it.

For this award, the industry will recognise a company who has immersed their business in prioritising corporate social responsibility in their work and has already made a positive influence where they operate. Nominations are open to influential players across the entire LPG value chain including; LPG producers, suppliers, traders, marketing and distribution companies, shipping and logistics.

This award demonstrates the work done to increase LPG penetration in nascent markets whether they be geographic or developing new sources of demand. Companies may have successfully done business in new markets or may either be collaborating or in a joint venture.

The Advocacy award will celebrate those policy makers, NGOs or companies who are actively influencing government action to improve the environment, safety of LPG use and the overall industry.

Awards host

Will Greenwood is not one to shy away from high pressure, highly competitive situations. Having started working life on London’s City trading floor he went on to become the second highest try scorer in English rugby history and helped power England to victory at the Rugby World Cup in 2003. He is widely regarded as one of England’s greatest ever rugby players, as well as one of the sport’s most engaging, intelligent and entertaining characters.

Your judges

James Rockall
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, WLPGA
Samuel Maubanc
General Manager, Liquid Gas Europe
Henry Cubbon
Managing Director, DCC
Nicola Williams
Director, Clarksons
Supporting partners