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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.

Please view the Events Terms & Conditions prior to booking.

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  1. Events in September 2017

  2. Power Nigeria 2017

    • 05 Sep - 07 Sep

    • Victoria Island, Lagos
    Power Nigeria is the annual bespoke Power conference organised by Informa Plc and with support of the Energy Institute Nigeria.
  3. Fuel poverty and domestic energy efficiency in Great Britain

    • 20 Sep

    • London
    Addressing fuel poverty and improving domestic energy efficiency are two key areas for government policy to help reduce carbon emissions and to ensure that vulnerable consumers are protected.

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  4. Financing and de-risking the energy industry in a new global context

    • 26 Sep - 27 Sep

    • London, UK
    Following the success of this event in 2016, the UK National Committee of the World Petroleum Council, in partnership with the Energy Institute, will host its next two-day workshop in September 2017 in London. The workshop will bring finance industry and energy industry experts together to address the challenges surrounding long-term financing and the possible financing solutions that facilitate the de-risking of the energy industry in the new global context
  5. September EPD

    • 26 Sep

    • London
    September EPD

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  6. Future of gas - implications for infrastructure

    • 26 Sep

    • London
    Energy Policy Debate

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  7. Oil and gas industry fundamentals

    • 27 Sep - 29 Sep

    • 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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  8. Events in October 2017

  9. Aviation jet fuel

    • 03 Oct - 05 Oct

    • London, UK
    This 3-day course is designed to provide a technical overview and to introduce delegates to the many facets of the Aviation Jet Fuel business - a business which operates at a truly global level. It will not only examine the workings of the modern jet engine, but will build the picture as to why, unlike some fuels, jet fuel specification, production and handling is critical to the continuing success of the aviation industry..... AND MORE.

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  10. Asset 2017: Integrity, ageing and life extension for oil and gas assets

    • 05 Oct

    • Aberdeen, UK
    EARLY-BIRD OFFER: Book your place before 14 July and save 20% on the cost. Booking fees start from only 240+VAT.

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  11. Planning and economics of refinery operations

    • 17 Oct - 20 Oct

    • London, UK
    This intensive, 4-day course will enable delegates to understand the essential elements of refinery operations and investment economics, to review the various parameters which affect refinery profitability and to develop a working knowledge of the management tools used in the refining industry.... AND MORE.

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  12. Human factors application in major hazard industries

    • 17 Oct - 18 Oct

    • London, UK
    This biennial 2-day conference returns in 2017, exploring the practical application of human factors in the management of major accident hazards (MAH). The event will focus on two key themes:

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