South Hook Scholarship Supports the Development of Local Students

1st Aug 23

Having completed his first year of a four-year degree in Chemical Engineering at Loughborough University, Daniel is focused on attaining his degree and using his qualifications to carve a career in the energy sector.

With the aim of supporting local students to excel in their chosen field of study, the South Hook Scholarship is given to applicants who demonstrate a commitment to academic achievement and long-term career goals. Daniel was not alone in his impressive application; so much so, that the company made the decision to this year, recognise a further four local students with an Award of £1000 each.

The 2023 South Hook Scholarship Award winners are:

  • Daniel Morgan formerly of Haverfordwest High, studying Chemical Engineering at Loughborough University
  • Eve Mathias formerly of Ysgol Y Preseli, studying Mechanical Engineering at Bath University
  • Gruff Green formerly of Ysgol Y Preseli, studying Mechanical Engineering at Bath University
  • Iestyn Morgan formerly of Fishguard School, studying Geography at Aberystwyth University
  • Olivia Disney formerly of Redhill High School, studying Dentistry at Cardiff University

Commenting on the Awards, South Hook’s General Manager, Hamad Al Samra said, “We are pleased that our Scholarship continues to attract applications from students across Pembrokeshire, who are continuing their education in a wide range of subjects.

“Congratulations to Daniel, Eve, Gruff, Iestyn and Olivia – all of whom are incredibly impressive young people with ambition, focus and drive. We are proud to be able to support them in their continuing education and look forward to celebrating their future achievements.”

South Hook LNG’s Scholarship Programme encourages applications from local students seeking higher education in a range of disciplines, any year of their study. Details for how to apply to the 2024 Award will be available on the Company’s website during Spring, next year.