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Steered by expert panels made up of senior industry figures, our good practice work reflects the world’s most pressing energy issues and underpins changing global operations. We’re here to support the safe and responsible generation of energy now and during the transition to a low carbon economy.

EI good practice resources take the form of technical guidance, research reports, equipment and fuel specifications, test methods and videos. Covering the entire energy system, find a wealth of resources to improve operations and add value to your business model.

Technical guidance publications by topic

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Good practice videos

Maintaining aviation fuel cleanliness in an airport hydrant system

Guidance for offshore oil and gas installations that are not permanently attended

Control of fuel system icing inhibitor and diesel exhaust fluid at airports

Guidance for the training of road tanker drivers at fuel storage terminals

Aviation misfuelling prevention

Differential pressure for aviation fuel filters

Bunding awareness

Hazards to the environment: Let's look at spills

Hazards to the environment: Let's look at chemical management

Hazards to the environment: Let’s look at how to manage waste

Hazards to the environment: Let’s look at atmospheric emissions

Learning before incidents: What we can learn from understanding variation in performance

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Transport Fuel

Quality assurance for sustainable aviation fuel

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SafetyOn

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