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The Energy Institute offers a range of conferences, seminars, dinners, lunches and other events dealing with all sectors of the energy business and catering for the various interests of EI members and guests.

To keep you up to date with the topics of greatest concern, we run an annual programme of conferences. We are ideally placed to identify topical issues and provide a forum for debate led by experts from industry and government.

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  1. Events in March 2017

  2. Energy Behaviour Change Workshop 2017

    • 30 Mar

    • London, UK
    A workshop on reducing energy and carbon through behaviour change.

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  3. Events in January 2017

  4. Site Visit to Drax Power Station

    • 18 Jan

    • Selby
    The EI Yorkshire would like to invite you to attend its site visit to Drax Power Station. The visit will include time in the Visitor Centre, a walking tour and an environmental tour by coach.
  5. The Path to Delivering Nuclear Fusion Power, a talk by CEO of UKAEA Ian Chapman

    • 19 Jan

    • Oxford
    We will be holding a lecture with UKAEA CEO Ian Chapman looking at the key aspects of an integrated design for a nuclear fusion power plant, the main challenges ahead in order to realise fusion power, the UK fusion programme as it stands, and future opportunities in the field. This will be followed by an informal discussion at the pub.
  6. Smart Meters, Smart Grids, "Block Chain" and the Future of Cyber Security

    • 19 Jan

    • London
    EI London and Home Counties would like to invite you to their evening debate discussing links between three energy technology areas: Smart Meters/ Grids, Cyber Security and "Block Chain"?.
  7. Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference

    • 23 Jan - 25 Jan

    • Port of Spain, Trinidad
    You are invited to meet the EI at the annual Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference. We will be exhibiting at Booth 46. The conference attracts a range of senior industry speakers and seeks to explore the topic of "Building competitiveness in an evolving energy world".
  8. Oil and gas industry fundamentals

    • 24 Jan - 26 Jan

    • London, UK
    This course comprehensively covers the oil and gas supply chains from exploration through to fuel retailing. Along the way it addresses conventional and unconventional reserves and resources, drilling and production processes and facilities, economic fiscal and risk issues, transportation, refining, gas to power, wholesale product markets, contracts, physical and paper trading, ... and more.

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  9. AGM, Networking Event & Presentation by Mr Tony Regan "FSRUs the Great Gas Game-Changer" 26th January commencing 6.00pm at KPMG Clubhouse, 36 Robinson Road Singapore 06887

    • 26 Jan

    • Singapore
    EI Singapore invites members and guests to its Annual General Meeting followed by a presentation by LNG specialist Mr Tony Regan about the rapid global growth of Floating Storage Regasification Units (FSRUs) since their introduction in 2005.

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  10. Lecture by Prof Sir David King HonFEI - "The post-Paris energy transition"

    • 31 Jan

    • Aberdeen
    The Energy Institute is delighted to announce that Professor Sir David King HonFEI, Foreign Secretary's Special Representative for Climate Change, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, and recipient of the EI's 2016 Melchett Award, will give a lecture on the "Post Paris Energy Transition".
  11. Events in February 2017

  12. Moneypont and Ireland's low carbon future.

    • 01 Feb

    Moneypoint Power Station is the Republic of Ireland?s only coal burning power station and is one of the largest power plants on the electricity system. However, Moneypoint?s high emissions of CO2 mean that it cannot continue to generate electricity in its current configuration in the long term. Dr. Shane O'Sullivan will deliver a lecture that will consider the options available to Moneypoint for it to play a significant role in the nation?s future fully-decarbonised electricity system.
  13. Electric vehicle trends, challenges and future technologies.

    • 07 Feb

    • Leicester
    This presentation, given by Dr Rebecca Gough a Technical Specialist at Cenex, will primarily focus on the relationship between electric vehicles and the future of the UK electricity grid, paying particular attention to Smart Charging and Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) and the potential these technologies have to offer.
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