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Best ever year for Energy Institute offshore guidance

Released on 29/08/2017

Latest publications to be showcased at Offshore Europe 2017.

The Energy Institute (EI) is on track to produce over 60 technical guidance documents in 2017, a record number, promoting good practice amongst the 23,000 energy professionals and the 250 companies the EI supports worldwide. 

As part of Offshore Europe 2017, the EI will be showcasing six new guidance documents on asset integrity to support upstream oil and gas operations focusing on corrosion management, ageing plant and asset life extension. 

Energy Institute Technical Director, Martin Maeso CEnv MEI, said:

“The Energy Institute continues to work closely with its members and the wider energy sector to develop technical guidance that provides industry with cost effective and value adding knowledge.”

“The scale and nature of our guidance output is an indication of demand in particular around mature asset management on the UKCS.”

“At Offshore Europe 2017 we will be exhibiting some of our significant technical guidance on the EI stand. I would encourage anyone who would like to know more about our member benefits or the latest EI publications to come and find us.”

The EI is a leading provider of technical publications covering health, safety, environment, fuel quality and distribution. These include good practice guidance, test methods, measurement manuals, conferences and workshops. 

Discounts for two further EI events will be available at the EI’s stand - the Asset Integrity 2017 conference, to be held in Aberdeen on 5 October, and the biennial 2-day Human Factors 2017 conference, being held in London on 17-18 October.

Anyone attending Offshore Europe 2017 and wanting to know more about EI member benefits or the latest publications should come visit stand 3B178. To arrange a prior slot, please email: comms@energyinst.org 

ENDS.

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Notes to editors

1.Martin Maeso will be attending Offshore Europe 2017 on Wednesday 6 September and is available for interview. For any media enquiries please contact Neil Michie, Communications Manager, on +44 (0)20 7467 7132 or nmichie@energyinst.org 

2.The Energy Institute’s technical guidance is available at: http://publishing.energyinst.org/ 

3.The Energy Institute will be exhibiting on stand 3B178 at Offshore Europe 2017. To arrange a prior slot with Energy Institute staff, please contact comms@energyinst.org

4.The Energy Institute (EI) is the professional body for the energy industry, developing and sharing knowledge, skills and good practice towards a safe, secure and sustainable energy system. The EI supports over 23,000 individuals working in or studying energy and 250 companies worldwide, providing learning and networking opportunities to support professional development, as well as professional recognition and technical and scientific knowledge resources on energy in all its forms and applications.

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