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Genesis Energy wins Australasian Reporting Award

Genesis Energy Annual Report wins Australasian Reporting Award

Genesis Energy has taken a top honour in this year’s Australasian Reporting Awards (ARA).

At the awards ceremony, held in Sydney on Thursday 8 June, Genesis Energy won the Communications Award (Public Sector) for its 2005 Annual Report. The Communications Award recognises excellence in communication with stakeholders and rewards a report that presents clear messages, excellent design and a strong corporate identity and culture.

In addition, Genesis Energy’s 2005 Annual Report was presented with a Bronze Award. The Bronze Award recognises annual reports which meet the requirements of ARA Criteria, provide high-quality disclosures in several major areas and address current legislative and regulatory requirements.

Richard Gordon, Genesis Energy’s Public Affairs Manager says, “It is very satisfying to see our report recognised among top Australian and New Zealand companies and organisations. It is a real credit to the writers and designers of the 2005 annual report.”

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