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AAG Energy Garners Green Leadership Prize at the Asia Responsible Entrepreneurship Awards

Release date: 14-Jul-2016

 

(Hong Kong, 14 July, 2016) –AAG Energy Holdings Limited (“AAG Energy” or the “Group;” stock code:2686), a leading independent coalbed methane (CBM) producer in China,has announced thatthe Grouphas recentlybeen honoured as the Green Leadership category winner atthe prestigious Asia Responsible Entrepreneurship Awardsfor 2016in Singapore.This accolade is asolid testimonyto AAG Energy’s dedication to supply clean efficient energy for the support of local economic development in a socially and environmentally responsible way.It also is in recognition of the Group’s EHS (environment, health and safety) management excellence while simultaneously assisting withthe capacity development in local communities.

 

AAG Energy is honoured in winningthe Green LeadershipAward amid intense competition. Thisaccoladeaffirms the Group’s contribution in implementingthe measurable impact of its sound and effective corporate social responsibility (CSR)philosophybenefittingpeople, the community and the environment. AAG Energyis committedto providing superior rates of return to shareholders’ investment while simultaneously shouldering its CSR. It intends to continue working closelywith Chinese organizations at all levels to jointly address social, energy, and environmental challenges in order to contribute to economic growth by supplying clean and economically efficient energyand share even greater benefits wherever the Group operates.

 

The Asia Responsible Entrepreneurship Awards (AREA) is an Asia-Pacific regional program recognizes and  honors Asian businesses for championing sustainable and responsible entrepreneurship in the following categories, Social Empowerment, Investment in People, Health Promotion, Green Leadership, SME CSR, and Responsible Business Leadership. More than 300 submissions from 28 countries were received from companies across Asia this year.