G+, the health and safety organisation for the offshore wind sector, recorded that incidents in the sector were down in the UK during 2022, however, nearly 350 were reported.
“I know orderly can imply slow or dragging our heels. But we don’t mean that."
Denis Pinto, a former chair of the Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands Energy Institute (EI) branch was honoured at an industry event last night.
The Energy Institute Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands branch, has confirmed the speakers for its annual dinner which is set to take place in the Granite City this month.
BP (LON: BP) has decided to end the publication of its statistical review of world energy after 70 years.
International Energy Week Transitioning Out of Crisis 28 February – 2 March 2023 ieweek.co.uk
The Energy Institute (EI) has announced the results of its annual thesis competition, commending Aberdeen’s best MSc students for work on solar monitoring, subsea engineering and wells.
More than 100 injuries were recorded in the UK onshore wind sector last year, according to new figures.
A popular energy industry event is making its return to the north-east calendar following the pandemic.
I remember at school, saying to my friends that once I finished university, I wasn’t planning on studying again – how wrong I was! Fast forward almost a decade later and I’ve completed two degrees, night classes in Chinese and Russian and taken several industry courses.
Rachel Kyte CMG, Dean of The Fletcher School at Tufts University, former Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General, and CEO of Sustainable Energy for All, will be speaking as guest of honour at the International Energy Week Dinner.
The G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation (G+) has today announced Jakob Nielsen as its new chairman.
The Energy Institute (EI) recently hosted its annual competition, recognising Aberdeen’s best MSc students for studies exploring elements of carbon capture, solar and subsea engineering.
‘We are as passionate about the climate challenge as Extinction Rebellion’ – Young energy professionals to premiere film at COP26
“We are as passionate about the climate challenge as Extinction Rebellion and people that protest from the outside. It’s the fire that gets us up in the morning to do the job we do.”
Several young energy professionals have undertaken a voyage across Scotland to spotlight the country’s net zero offerings.
With Energy Institute members having their say this week in the annual Energy Barometer, and the Government’s Green Jobs Task Force publishing its recommendations, EI President Steve Holliday FREng FEI welcomes fresh focus on the net zero skills issue…
The Energy Institute has said the majority of UK workers plan to train for net zero in the coming year, but concerns persist on cost, timing, and availability of courses.
More than 500 incidents were reported for onshore wind farms in the UK in 2020, according to an inaugural safety report.
The Energy Institute (EI) has announced two new appointments to its top team.
The Energy Institute (EI) Aberdeen Young Professionals Network (YPN), a networking group which develops the skills and energy sector knowledge of those in the early stages of their careers, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary in May.
The Energy Institute has announced that a renewable energy boss at BP will become its new CEO.
This coming decade will be defined by three historic, global challenges: building a resilient recovery from the devastating Covid-19 pandemic; achieving the UN goal of universal access to energy for all populations; and charting an ambitious course - at COP26 and beyond - for tackling the threat we all face from the climate emergency.
The CEO of the Energy Institute, Louise Kingham, has announced she will leave the organisation for a new role at BP.
With COP26 less than a year away, an intergenerational climate emergency requires intergenerational action. We have over 1,000 young energy experts that can help shape the climate debate, writes the Energy Institute’s Sinead Obeng AMEI
Energy bosses have been served a “fresh wake up call” that the sector needs to accelerate progress to tackle climate change in order to attract top talent.