BP Award Winners 2013
On 19th November 2013, the Company made its annual awards to outstanding young apprentices and technologists from BP. The awards recognise and encourage achievement both in and outside the workplace.
The Master with 24 other members of the Company hosted a luncheon at the Hall which was attended by 93 people.
Awards were made to five technical apprentices: Callum Rose, John Greenan, Neil Rushford, John Rafferty and Sam Partington. Callum Rose, the overall winner, is a Designate Operations Technician at Magnus Field in the North Sea, the UK’s most northerly oilfield.
The winners of the technologist awards were: Angela Symington, David Williamson, Joe Binder, Robert Grace and John-Robert Eunson. Angela Symington, the overall winner, is a production chemist for BP’s Angola project team and is based at Sunbury-on-Thames. In her spare time, Angela is an English tutor.
The Lord Mayor’s Consort, Mr Nicholas Woolf, presented the winners with certificates and medals, plus engraved candlesticks for the two overall winners. Sherriff’s Consort Lady Judge was also in attendance from Mansion House.
Other guests included Bob Dudley, Group Chief Executive of BP and Honorary Freeman, Viscount Younger of Leckie, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and Ms Sheila Taylor, Chair of Governors of Greig City Academy.