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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. Site visit to ITM Power Manufacturing Facility and M1 Hydrogen Fuel Station

    • 22 Mar

    • Sheffield
    The EI Yorkshire Branch would like to invite you to attend its site visit to ITM Power's Manufacturing Facility and the M1 Hydrogen Fuel Station.
  3. Energy for transport - a double industry transformation

    • 28 Mar

    • London
    The energy system for transport has been fairly simple to date, but new influences are driving change. These are likely to result in a more complex future, but several trends are already discernible. The vehicles industry is facing more change than it has for many decades, at a time when the energy industry is also undergoing transformation. This talk will explore this dynamic picture, drawing conclusions about the future of energy for transport.

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  4. Energy Efficiency Conference 2017: Embedding behaviour change to unlock efficiency potential

    • 29 Mar

    • London, UK
    The EI's popular Energy Efficiency Conference returns in 2017 to continue the discussion on how to manage energy use more effectively.

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  5. Events in April 2017

  6. Oil and gas fiscal designs and systems

    • 04 Apr - 07 Apr

    • 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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  7. Project Planning and Performance Management in the Upstream Oil and Gas Sector

    • 10 Apr - 12 Apr

    • London, UK
    This course focuses on the practical skills and methods needed to improve project and operating performance across the oil and gas industry. The skills taught are industry specific and can be widely applied at upstream, downstream and corporate levels. Integrating knowledge of projects and operations along oil and gas supply chains provides valuable management insight..... and more.

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  8. Government's Industrial Strategy - can policy keep up with the energy market?

    • 18 Apr

    • London
    Creating an industrial strategy that responds to the challenges of climate change and the economic challenges of a post-Brexit Britain is no small endeavour. Integrating business, energy, and industrial strategy into a new department (BEIS) creates an opportunity for decarbonisation to become fully embedded into the UK's industrial and business policy.

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  9. The Renewable Heat Incentive

    • 19 Apr

    • London
    An overview of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), forthcoming changes to the scheme and what these will mean for Domestic and Non-Domestic scheme participants and the renewable heat industry in general.

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  10. Economics of the oil supply chain

    • 24 Apr - 28 Apr

    • Cambridge, UK
    Delegates will examine the various activities of the Invincible Energy Company to explore the economic forces which drive the oil supply chain. They will concentrate on the main areas of risk and opportunity from the crude oil supply terminal, through transportation, refining and trading to the refined product distribution terminal. During their time in Invincible's refinery, delegates will learn about the quality aspects of product supply.... AND MORE.

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  11. Webinar - How to apply for professional membership and chartered status

    • 26 Apr

    How to apply for professional membership and chartered status
  12. Annual Dinner

    • 27 Apr - 27 Jan

    After the great success of the new venue in the last 3 years, the event will again be held at Gaskell's Restaurant, Wakefield City Campus, Margaret Street, Wakefield WF1 2DH which is close to both bus and railway stations. Gaskells was voted restaurant of the year in 2011 and is run by the Hospitality and Catering Department of the Wakefield College. The theme on the evening of Wednesday April 27th will be the English 6 Course Set Menu.
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