Our aim is to provide the energy industry with cost-effective, value-adding knowledge on key current and future issues
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
Learning before incidents: What we can learn from understanding variation in performance
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
Toolbox - putting safety in your hands
Aviation misfuelling prevention
Differential pressure for aviation fuel filters
Oil and gas
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
Hearts and Minds
The Hearts and Minds Toolkit enables you to create a truly proactive and generative approach to HSE management
Improve your ability to learn from incidents with the Tripod Beta methodology
The G+ is committed to promoting and maintaining the highest possible standards of health and safety throughout the lifecycle of offshore wind farms (OWFs)
Toolbox puts safety in your hands.
Toolbox is free to use. It holds incident lessons and safety information shared by global energy companies for you to use at work every day, helping you and your team to get home safe.
SafetyOn is the health and safety organisation for the onshore wind sector.
Providing leadership in health and safety, ensuring transparency about the onshore wind industry’s H&S performance and assisting industry stakeholders to see that key emerging risks are mitigated through co-operation and shared learning.
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How we work
The technical work undertaken by the EI is defined by the Scientific and Technical Committee (STAC) and coordinated by a number of technical sub-committees supported by EI staff.
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Company Membership of the Energy Institute (EI) is a statement of your organisation’s commitment to promoting and engaging good practice and professionalism within your organisation and across the industry for the benefit of society as a whole. It is open to all organisations involved in the energy industry.
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