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Welcome to the Humber branch page

Welcome to the Humber branch page.

The EI Humber branch is centered on the South Bank of the Humber Estuary at Immingham, North Lincolnshire. All members, guests and colleagues are welcome to participate in branch activities. We hope to see you at a local event soon.

Committee contact

To contact the branch, please email

David Talbot
Position: Chair
John Kersey MEI
Position: Vice Chair
Tim Brant FEI
Position: Secretary
Geoff Fulcher FEI
Position: Treasurer


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Publications and documents

Latest news

New 'energy estuary' map showcases 'jewel of the UK energy system'

Which region of the UK is responsible for a third of the UK’s coal imports, a sixth of the UK’s electricity generation, landing a fifth of the UK’s natural gas and refining a third of the UK’s fuel?The answer is the Humber – described by EI Chief Executive Louise K...

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CLH Pipeline System and Phillips 66 announce 16 year throughput contract

CLH Pipeline System (CLH-PS) and Phillips 66 have entered into a long-term throughput contract to December 2033. Under the contract, which took effect from 1 February 2018, Phillips 66 will continue to supply a significant volume of petroleum products from its Humber refinery into the CLH-PS pipelin...

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First power generated at Rampion offshore

The generation of power at the 400 MW Rampion offshore wind farm located 13 km off the coast of Sussex has begun – the first turbine was brought online in November last year, says majority owner and operator E.ON.  Work began offshore in autumn 2015 to prepare the seabed for the turbine ...

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Is CCS about to make a UK comeback?

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) could be back on the UK agenda shortly, following remarks made by the Minister for Climate Change and Industry Claire Perry at the recent Conservative Party Conference in Manchester. Perry hinted that new plans for the technology could emerge in the coming weeks as p...

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Centrica to cease storage operations at Rough

Centrica has announced that it is to permanently end Rough’s status as a storage facility and to produce all recoverable cushion gas from the field, which is estimated at 183bn cf. The company first announced plans to assess the future pathway for Rough’s commercial operations in early...

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