Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands

Welcome to the Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands branch page

The Aberdeen, Highlands & Islands branch works in partnership with schools, colleges, universities, industry and the general public to raise awareness, provide career information and networking opportunities to assist all those working in and studying energy.

The majority of the events programme is held in Aberdeen with additional events planned for Inverness, Orkney and Shetland.

There is a programme in place with regular technical meetings and industry site visits, plus the annual fundraising dinner, held in May. The branch boasts strong student networks at the University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University, and the University of Dundee.

To hear about upcoming events in Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands - sign up to our mailing list here.

Forthcoming events in 2020:

EI LIVE free webinar | Branch Forum on 'GW electrolysis in energy islands'Postponed and new date to be announced
EI LIVE free webinar | Annual MSc students competition, RGU & University of Aberdeen17 November 2020
EI LIVE free webinar | Game Changing Offshore Energy Projects19 November 2020
EI LIVE free webinar |Technical meeting in partnership with ICoRR26 January 2021
Asset Management Conference10 - 11 March 2021
Annual Dinner 13 May 2021

All members, guests and colleagues are welcome to participate in branch activities. To find out more about membership and chartership go to: https://www.energyinst.org/membership-and-careers/membership.

We hope to welcome you to an event very soon!

To contact the branch, please email aberdeen@energyinst.org

Committee contacts

Rebecca Allison
Position: Chair
Katrina Dunbar
Position: Branch Manager
Yvonne Onuegbu CEng, MEI
Position: Membership and Education Advisor
Hannah Mary Goodlad
Position: Vice Chair
Angela Ellison BA MEI
Position: Membership and Education Advisor

Events and training

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