The Innovation Award portal is now open! This award is known as a door opener and unique marketing opportunity in the energy industry. It has been a high-profile distinction in the energy industry since 1982.
Nominate your candidate
While the portal is open you can nominate your candidate. The submissions are completely confidential and are only seen by the Innovation Award Jury. This jury will closely assess all entries and make sure the nominees meets the criteria. The finalists will present their innovation at the ONS Technical Sessions before the winners are announced at the Conference.
Portal is now closed
The portal for nominations was closed 19 May. This will give the jury enough time to assess all projects submitted in detail and chose their finalist by June.
What are we looking for?
As the energy industry grows and changes, there is a demand for better solutions to replace and improve current value chains. We want to encourage inventors, operators, entrepreneurs, suppliers and contractors to nominate their projects and ideas. Through the Innovation Award they are able to promote their ideas and solutions to the broad, international energy industry.
To make room for as many great ideas and technology as possible, we have the Innovation Award and the SME Innovation Award. This is to make sure that small and medium sized enterprises are also given the chance to highlight their new developments.
Previous Innovation Award winners
“The Innovation Award has provided TRUST in our technology, and we have received a lot of interest from companies world-wide”, says Sverre Helge Eide co-founder of Blue Logic. “Now the companies are contacting us to test our innovation – and not the other way around”.
Blue Logic won the SME Innovation Award in 2020 for their seabed installed universal docking station for drones.
“When the Innovation Award was presented approximately 70 persons were working on Northern Lights”, explains Børre Jacobsen Managing Director of Northern Lights. “Today we have about 150 persons working for the Joint Venture and the project organization”.
Northern Lights won the Innovation Award in 2020 for their Longship Project where they are committed to storing 1,5 million tons of CO2.