- The South Western and South Wales branch of the Energy Institute (EI) organised a site visit to Aberthaw power station which was open to EI members as part of the branch's continuing efforts to promote professional development in the area.
- The Energy Institute (EI) is pleased to announce the first Chartered Petroleum Engineers in the Middle East from the Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO).
- The Humber branch of the Energy Institute (EI) hosted an evening presentation about plans for the Humber Gateway offshore wind farm.
- In the last 10 years, average fuel prices have almost doubled, rising from 73.68 p/l to 136.26 p/l for unleaded petrol, and 75.57 p/l to 142.39 p/l for diesel. The latest Retail Marketing Survey, conducted by the Energy Institute (EI), shows there are more registered UK vehicles on the road than ever before, yet total fuel sales have dropped by 6% since 2002.
- The London and Home Counties branch of the Energy Institute (EI) held an evening event on the subject of energy demand, which was attended by 72 members and guests. The speakers' presentations are now available online (members only).
- The Aberdeen Highlands and Islands branch of the EI welcomed more than 400 guests to this year's Annual Dinner at the Marcliffe Hotel in Aberdeen.
- Notice is hereby given that the tenth Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Energy Institute (EI) will be held at a Central London venue to be confirmed, on Monday 10 June 2013 at 4.30 pm.
- The Energy Institute in Northern Ireland recently celebrated its 52nd annual dinner at the Culloden Estate and Spa, Holywood. This black tie dinner is a key date in the energy sector calendar in Northern Ireland and serves as an important business networking opportunity for over 160 professionals working within and on the periphery of the energy industry locally.
- The South West and South Wales branch of the EI was proud to host this prestigious event in honour and in memory of Dr W. Idris Jones. As always, the lecture was delivered by an expert speaker on a highly topical and interesting subject. This year's lecture, 'Shale gas: a geologist's perspective', was presented by Dr Nick Riley, MBE, C. Geol., FGS of the British Geological Survey.