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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 July 2015

  2. Shale Gas and Integrated Water Management

    • 07 Jul

    • SOAS, University of London
    This conference will look at the perceived risks of shale gas extraction to the environment and the management of these risks. Speakers will also discuss the use of best available techniques (BAT) of produced and flow back waters, monitoring and management of extractive waste and integrated water management.
  3. Europe and energy. The EU as part of an interconnected world: how far can it go on its own?

    • 07 Jul

    • NEW VENUE: Ashurst LLP
    The EU is struggling with Energy Policy. Europe is becoming a smaller part of a global energy picture; ever more dependent upon imported energy and with energy costs higher than many competing regions of the world creating big penalties for the economy. But not only are Member States still in the driving seat and EU competence to agree coherent policy response is limited, but the EU is not an energy island and will remain interdependent with the rest of the world.

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  4. EI South Western and South Wales branch AGM

    • 07 Jul

    • University of Gloucestershire
    The South Western and South Wales branch of the Energy Institute (EI) will be holding their Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 7 July 2015.
  5. Seveso III/COMAH Regulations/Safe Loading Pass Scheme Seminar

    • 07 Jul

    • Motorcycle Museum,
    The Energy Institute is hosting a seminar on Seveso III which comes into effect on the 1st June 2015. The seminar will look at how the UK COMAH Regulations have changed as a result of Seveso III and how this will affect Petroleum Distribution Terminals.
  6. DSEAR Seminar for Road Tanker Workshops

    • 08 Jul

    • Motorcycle Museum
    The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR) require employers to control the risks to safety from fire and explosions.

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  7. Transitional Electricity Market Forum

    • 10 Jul

    • Oriental Hotel
    The power industry plays a vital role in Nigeria's economic development and the Energy Institute (EI) is committed to explaining the changing dynamics which impact the industry.
  8. Summer social - a stroll up Pen Y Fan

    • 11 Jul

    The South Western and South Wales branch of the Energy Institute (EI) would like to invite you to join us in our annual branch summer social.
  9. Oil and gas fiscal designs and systems

    • 13 Jul - 16 Jul

    • London, UK
    The 4-day course will also focus on the fiscal, contractual, economic, negotiation and operational issues associated with a comprehensive range of agreements encountered in the upstream oil and gas industry. Detailed explanations are provided of the key components (i.e. bonuses, royalty, cost oil, profit oil and various elements of taxation) of structurally different types of agreements and their implications for petroleum companies and governments.... AND MORE.

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  10. Certificate in Energy Management Essentials - SOLD OUT

    • 13 Jul - 17 Jul

    • London South Bank University, Elephant & Castle, London
    A 5-day practical introduction to energy management, recommended for those new to an energy management role or those taking on energy management responsibilities for the first time. This course has a strong focus on energy auditing including a site tour and audit report project, which will suit delegates looking to gain practical skills and/or be able to conduct internal energy audits for ESOS.

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  11. ISO 50001 Internal Auditor Training Course

    • 16 Jul - 17 Jul

    • Sedgebrook Hall, Northampton
    During this two-day course, you will be guided you through the elements of an energy management internal audit based on ISO 50001:2011 and ISO 19011. Through discussion and hands-on exercises, you will learn the fundamentals of the standard as well as how to plan, conduct and report on an internal audit.
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