Signal Hill Petroleum earns Corporate Social Responsibility Award

 Signal Hill Petroluem President/CEO Craig Barto and Director of Community Relations Debra Russell with the company’s award for Corporate Social Responsibility at the 2013 West Coast Oil and Gas Awards at the Marriott at the Convention Center in Bakersfield, Calif. on Oct. 24


Signal Hill Petroluem President/CEO Craig Barto and Director of Community Relations Debra Russell with the company’s award for Corporate Social Responsibility at the 2013 West Coast Oil and Gas Awards at the Marriott at the Convention Center in Bakersfield, Calif. on Oct. 24

Signal Hill Petroleum, Inc. (SHP) won the national Corporate Social Responsibility Award at the 2013 West Coast Oil and Gas Awards at the Marriott at the Convention Center in Bakersfield, Calif. on Oct. 24.
“We are incredibly honored to receive this award and be recognized for our commitment to bridging the gaps between industry, academics and the community,” said Craig Barto, president of Signal Hill Petroleum. “I am proud of our industry’s commitment to strengthening our communities through local programs and initiatives.”
SHP was selected as the winner for their ongoing philanthropic efforts and community involvement, including the company’s recent gift of $250,000 to California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) for the development of the environmental geochemistry laboratory.
The company has made donations to the Long Beach Movies in the Park Program, the Long Beach Food For Kids Program, Signal Hill Movies in the Park, The Long Beach Public Library Foundation, WomenShelter of Long Beach, The Guidance Center of Long Beach and the Signal Hill Police Department National Night Out program.
“Partnering with local programs to promote education and unite our community has been an incredibly rewarding experience that we look forward to building upon,” said Debra Russell, director of Community Relations at SHP.
The Oil and Gas Awards recognize and reward advancements made by the oil and gas industry in the areas of environmental stewardship, efficiency, innovation, corporate social responsibility and health and safety.
The complete lists of finalists can be viewed at oilandgasawards.com . The judges, made up of a panel of 52 industry executives, reviewed more than 400 entries from 250 companies in 19 categories.

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