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Dragon LNG finalist in the 2017 Responsible Business Awards 

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Dragon LNG is celebrating after being named a finalist in the UK’s longest running and most prestigious awards programme, championing responsible business in the UK and abroad. 

Now in their 20th year, the Responsible Business Awards champion inspiring businesses who are making a difference by taking action to build more inclusive workplaces, stronger communities and tackle the biggest environmental challenges. 

Dragon has been named a finalist for the UK Award for Education. 

Commenting Maria Pena, Managing Director, Dragon LNG, said: “Our Corporate Social Responsibility passion is to inspire and develop the youth of Pembrokeshire, particularly in Science, Technology, Engineering and Science (STEM), ultimately strengthening the technical skill-sets and achievement of future generations. One way we look to achieve this is through our flagship project, The Dragon LNG Darwin Experience programme. The project continues to add value to the curriculum, working closely with our Education partners, Pembrokeshire County Council and Pembrokeshire College, numerous organisations and individuals. We continue to see evidence of project impact, of which we are extremely proud. Recognition by the Prince’s Responsible Business Network, Business in the Community, is the icing on the cake.” 

Dragon will find out if it is the overall winner in the UK Award for Education in less than two weeks at Business in the Community’s Awards Gala dinner, hosted by Jeremy Vine and Emily Maitlis at Royal Albert Hall. Over 1000 business leaders, key influencers and policy-makers will attend the 4 July event – the largest global gathering of the responsible business movement. 

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