We have a vacancy for a Knowledge and information Officer
Entrance to the EI library is free to EI members. Non-members are welcome for a fee.
New Books - books received within the last 30 days
The EI Library holds an extensive collection of material on the energy industries ranging from oil exploration to petrol retailing, nuclear energy to renewables, technical to business and dating from the mid 19th century to the present day.
We hold conference proceedings, directories, statistical publications, textbooks, CD-ROMs, and have access to online and in-house databases such as Petroleum Abstracts.(See our catalogues)
Most of our books can be borrowed by EI members.
A collection of material that individual EI members can access from their own offices - including Knovel (150 searchable full-text e-books), Ebsco Environment Complete (full text articles from over 700 journals) and the EI Data Service (statistics and fact sheets).
Visitors are welcome and will be assisted in their research when necessary.
Entrance is free for all EI Members but there is a fee for non-members.
Library facilities include:
- 12 desks with powerpoints and individual lights
- WiFi access for visitors' own laptops
- One PC for visitors with access to:
- Internet - free of charge
- In-house databases
- Petroleum Abstracts
- CD-ROMs including:
- Petroleum Economist (various CD-ROMs)
- OTC papers
- Photocopier and scanner
The EI Knowledge Service (EIKS) staff have between them over 60 years experience in the energy sector.
- Chris Baker, MEI - Knowledge and Information Officer
t: +44 (0)20 7467 7114
Use of library; loans; photocopying; Information queries; Online searches
- Catherine Cosgrove, MCLIP, FEI - Knowledge and Information Manager
t: +44 (0)20 7467 7111
Information queries; Online searches, Desk research; UKWEC
Information for Energy Group (IFEG)
- General EIKS email: email@example.com
Outside opening hours, please fax (+44 (0)20 7255 1472) or e-mail your query and it will be dealt with as soon as possible.
The library has amazing painted ceilings dating from 1777, complete with chariot and mythical beasts: