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Membership drop-in clinics at the EI's Head Office for members who are putting together an application for professional membership, or are interested in upgrading and would like some advice first
To book your place at one of the largest social gatherings in the oil and gas industry, please visit ipweek.co.uk
This introductory 5 day classroom course provides a comprehensive, practical overview of the fundamentals of energy management, equipping participants with all the essential knowledge and skills they need to save energy, reduce operational costs and carbon emissions, comply with legislation and meet their organisation's environmental goals.
Course topics include monitoring and targeting, energy auditing, solution development, as well as regulations and standards. As part of this course delegates will conduct a supervised energy audit visit to a plant room and cover writing an audit report.
The Northern Ireland branch of the Energy Institute (EI) would like to invite you to attend its 59th Annual Dinner on the Thursday 5th March 2020.
A free Taster Workshop, to gain insight into Quantitative Risk Management training course, teaching delegates how to acquire updated and practical knowledge in risk management from a quantitative approach to measure, analyse and make decisions.
Receive essential guidance and updates on aviation fuel specifications, including those for aviation turbine fuel, Def Stan 91-091 and aviation gasoline, Def Stan 91-090.
Event held by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
The annual Steam Turbine and Generator User Group offers attendees two days of high level technical content and knowledge sharing to support all engineers involved with steam turbine and generator assets.
Join us for an evening of fun, fast-paced networking with your peers in the energy industry. This will be a great chance for you to meet new faces in a casual environment, talk to people outside of your own sector and most importantly, make some great and rewarding new connections!