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As widely circulated reports of BP’s plans for a major organisation shake-up emerge, the energy industry can only wait in anticipation to hear what Bernard Looney FREng FEI, Incoming Group Chief Executive of BP, has to say. Updates to their climate change strategy are sure to have an impact on other oil and gas major’s policies going forward, especially when paired with the increasing pressure from investors and the wider public.
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The Energy Institute’s branch for Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands has appointed its first ever woman chairperson.
Scotland’s energy minister has said carbon capture and storage (CCS) is not a “wishlist” item and that government and industry must deliver the technology.
Hypothermia, falls from height and electrocution are among the injuries caused to Scotland’s windfarm workers over the last five years, according to new figures.
Twice as many UK energy industry professionals believe companies and not customers will benefit the most financially from the data revolution in energy, a new report said.
The incoming president of the Energy Institute (EI) has said the industry is facing “mammoth tasks” in climate change and diversity.
New guidelines have been published to help North Sea operators manage corrosion.
The incoming president of the Energy Institute (EI) has condemned the “appalling” record of oil and gas on gender and ethnic diversity.
An energy industry stalwart was recognised for his technical nous and role in inspiring young people to get into engineering careers at a glittering awards ceremony in Aberdeen last night.
As the Energy Institute (EI) becomes a supporting organisation to the Methane Guiding Principles, Chief Executive Louise Kingham OBE FEI explains why she wants to see CH4 discussed alongside CO2 at next week’s IP Week conference.
International Petroleum (IP) Week, 26-28 February 2019, Intercontinental Park Lane, London
The prestigious annual dinner of the Energy Institute’s (EI) Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands branch will take place on Thursday 9 May with tickets already being snapped up.
The Aberdeen, Highlands & Islands branch of the Energy Institute (EI) has announced a key appointment which will be instrumental harnessing future growth.
High numbers of retiring staff and lack of access to skilled labour as a result of Brexit are key challenges facing the energy sector, according to a think tank.
The Energy Industries Council (EIC) has announced that a team of six riders will cycle 600 miles in six days from Aberdeen to London in aid of Cancer Research UK.
North-east industry leaders were entertained by a host of prestigious speakers at the Energy Institute (EI) Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands branch's annual dinner last night.
The Aberdeen, Highlands & Islands branch of the Energy Institute will hear an update on construction of the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) at its next meeting.
The Energy Institute has postponed the annual dinner of its Aberdeen, Highlands & Islands branch in the Granite City tonight.
Hosted by the Energy Institute, the renowned annual International Petroleum (IP) Week will be held at the InterContinental Park Lane in London on 20th – 22nd February 2018.
Aberdeen masters students wowed senior oil industry figures with their ideas at a recent Energy Institute competition.
The Energy Institute’s new president has said he fears for North Sea’s future if industry and government fail to stimulate innovation.
With the aim of improving maintenance management performance across the oil and gas sector, Pertofac have been awarded a research project by the Energy Institute’s Process Safety Committee.
Political risk must not undermine the "essential need" to provide reliable energy in a way that keeps emissions and prices down.