- In April, Joan MacNaughton CB HonFEI, President, Energy Institute, presented the first Chartered Energy Manager award in the Middle East at the Water, Energy and Environment exhibition (WETEX).
- This year's Annual Dinner was held at Meltham Golf Club on 18 April 2013. This event provides an ideal opportunity for branch members to socialise and network with colleagues and meet new friends from within the energy industry. The dinner was held in conjunction with the Royal Society of Chemistry.
- The Northern Ireland branch of the Energy Institute (EI) organised a technical site visit to Copper Industries (Ireland) Ltd. for members as part of their ongoing events programme to promote professional development and engage with local industry.
- The EI is pleased to announce the first Chartered Energy Manager in the Middle East has received his award from the EI President. Joan MacNaughton CB HonFEI, EI President, presented Jayachandran Sambandam MEI, Project Manager - Energy, DALKIA , with his award at the Water, Energy and Environment exhibition (WETEX).
- The Zayed Future Energy Prize recognises achievement, provides support to help accelerate promising technologies and funds organisations, schools and individuals committed to impacting communities around the world.
- From prevention through to detection, protection systems and mitigation measures, this updated technical publication from the Energy Institute (EI) aims to reduce the risk from design event fires at installations that process and store crude oil, petroleum, intermediates and refined products. EI Model Code of Safe Practice Part 19: Fire precautions at petroleum refineries and bulk storage installations provides guidance on selecting, implementing and monitoring the continuing performance of installation-specific justified risk reduction measures.
- The South Western and South Wales branch of the Energy Institute (EI) organised a site visit to Aberthaw power station which was open to EI members as part of the branch's continuing efforts to promote professional development in the area.