Results:1 - 10 of 60 for
The Energy Institute Aberdeen Highlands & Islands branch are holding their Annual General Meeting (AGM) on the 23 July 2019 at the Marcliffe Hotel & Spa, North Deeside Road, Aberdeen.
This session aims to:
- Give an overview of ISO 50001 and its benefits.
- Contrast ISO 50001:2011 with ISO 50001:2018 and describe the differences and the transition process.
- Provide case studies of savings attributable to companies implementing ISO 50001.
Who would benefit?
- Anyone with ISO 50001 certification who aims to transition to ISO 50001:2018.
- Those who are going direct to ISO 50001:2018.
Anyone with a general interest in ISO 50001 and/or are evaluating if it is worthwhile.
We are pleased to let you know the Energy Institute - Young Professionals Network is going to organize our 3rd Technical Visit to T-park.
This 3-day training course is designed for those who are or will be operating in the Supply & Distribution functions and will provide the background knowledge to allow them to take the right decisions on how to supply the network at the right cost.
This 5-day course delivers a comprehensive introduction into human factors for non-specialists. It provides a practical, engaging and interactive background to key topic areas, as well as to how human and organisational factors can be applied within the workplace.
This NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil & Gas Operational Safety training will provide students with an industry recognised qualification for individuals with safety responsibilities in the oil and gas industry. The course is available as a 5-day classroom course, E-Learning and In-House option.
The outgoing Branch Chairman fulfils his last obligation by speaking to the membership about his work permitting offshore energy generation projects.
The Energy Institute Aberdeen, Highlands & Islands branch would love you to take a team of four (or multiple teams!) for our annual golf day, an ideal chance to network whilst enjoying a great round of golf.
One-day aviation fuel filtration seminar to provide an insight into industry progress in the transition to the use of alternative filtration technologies
The International Energy Agency’s annual benchmark for tracking energy investment, World Energy Investment 2019 provides a full picture of today’s capital flows and what they might mean for tomorrow’s energy sector It assesses whether the frameworks and strategies put in place by governments, the energy industry, and financial institutions are spurring timely investment, and how spending across sectors and technologies matches with the world’s energy security and sustainability needs.