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Hazardex Live 2024 Speaker - Energy Institute 24 January 2024

Peter Webb from Beyond Risk Ltd. and on behalf of the Energy Institute will be speaking at Hazardex Live 2024 about safe plant reinstatement following intrusive work....

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Shortlisted finalists announced for Energy Institute Awards 2014 13 October 2014

The Energy Institute (EI) Awards judging panel, made up of distinguished industry experts, has now reviewed the submissions to this year's competition and shortlisted the finalists.The winners will be announced by Huw Edwards, respected news correspondent and broadcaster, at a black tie ceremony and dinner in London on 13 November. ...

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Power generation contractor engagement programme gains momentum 08 October 2013

The Energy Institute (EI)'s new Power Utility Committee (PUC) is developing a work programme to increase safety at work on power generation sites. The EI is has announced the appointment of global management consultancy, Oliver Wyman, to lead an industry-wide initiative drawing together a snapshot of commercial best practice....

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Energy Institute updates technical guidance on small bore tubing assemblies 11 September 2013

A significant proportion of hydrocarbon releases in the UK between 2009 and 2010 were related to small bore tubing (SBT). To assist in improving the safety and integrity of SBT assemblies, the Energy Institute (EI) has updated its guidelines for the design, installation and management of small bore tubing assemblies....

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UK forecourt numbers continue to fall 19 March 2012

The latest Retail Marketing Survey, conducted by the Energy Institute (EI), shows that the number of forecourts in the UK continued to decline over the past year, falling to just 8,480 sites – down from 8,892 outlets in 2010. This is compared to 1967's all-time high of 39,958 forecourts....

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Improving process safety in the energy industry 08 September 2011

Recent incidents at offshore installations, and petroleum refineries and storage facilities in various parts of the world have highlighted the increasing importance of effective process safety management....

New edition of electrical safety code of practice 29 July 2010

The Energy Institute (EI) has published a new, 8th edition of the EI Model code of safe practice Part 1: The selection, installation, inspection, and maintenance of electrical and non-electrical apparatus in hazardous areas. This replaces the 7th edition (previously called the Electrical Safety Code) Read More...

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Guidance on petroleum road tanker design and construction 18 June 2010

The Energy Institute (EI) has recently published a new edition of Petroleum road tanker design and construction. It provides comprehensive recommendations for the design and construction of road tankers for the conveyance of petrol, kerosene, diesel and gas oil....