Welcome to the North Eastern branch page

Welcome to the North Eastern branch page.

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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 northeastern@energyinst.org.

Andy Clarke CEng MEI Chartered Energy Engineer
Position: Chair
James Prime AMEI
Position: Secretary
Michael Blades MEI Chartered Energy Manager
Position: Treasurer

Publications and documents

Latest news

Oil companies operating onshore assets in England should be aware of a recent Co ...

18-07-2009
Oil companies operating onshore assets in England should be aware of a recent Court judgment1 ruling that drill pipe passing through the substrata of the surface landowner at any depth without consent having been obtained constituted trespass, writes Neil Q Miller*, Dispute Resolution Partner at Nor...

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Fracking for shale gas in England report

21-10-2019
Progress in establishing a shale gas industry in England has been slower than government planned, according to a recent report by the UK’s National Audit Office (NAO).*The UK government has supported the development of a shale gas industry in England amid public concern over the environmental and pu...

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The heat map of England

29-03-2012
The Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) have published a ground breaking heat map showing heat demand from buildings across England. It provides a range of tools to help developers and planners identify priority areas for low carbon heat projects. The map has been created on DECC's behalf b...

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North-west England’s first offshore wind farm has begun generation from it ...

7-03-2006
North-west England’s first offshore wind farm has begun generation from its first row of turbines off Walney Island, near Barrow, Cumbria. The 30-turbine, 90-MW Barrow offshore wind farm is a joint venture between Centrica and Danish energy group Dong. It will provide clean, green electricity to the...

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Eight new nuclear power stations planned for England

14-07-2008
To ensure future energy supply, the construction of nuclear power stations to replace existing sites and reduce Britain's dependency on fossil fuels is a matter of urgency. The new nuclear plants will mainly be based alongside existing facilities and are expected to be constructed over the next deca...

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