The Energy Institute (EI) publishes a wide range of technical guidance documents, research papers and standards to support the global energy industry.
We hold a vast array of publications which are categorised both by topics, such as aviation, hydrocarbon management and energy management, and sectors, such as pipelines, road tankers and refineries.
Our publications are outputs of the EI Technical programme which aims to provide industry with cost effective, value-adding knowledge on key current and future issues within the energy sector. The programme is set and steered by the EI’s Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC) who deliver on their aims through publications, workshops and by facilitating technical discussion between different sectors of industry, including regulators.
Importantly, the technical work of the EI is funded by, and developed in association with, EI partners. Additional support is also provided by a diverse range of organisations, including industry regulators such as the UK Health and Safety Executive, Environment Agency, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, and other bodies such as the Global CCS Institute. Work is also often undertaken in partnership with trade associations such as the Carbon Capture and Storage Association, UKPIA, and UK Oil and Gas, and with standards setting bodies such as ASTM, BSI, CEN, API and ISO.
If you would like to discuss how you, or your organisation, can get involved with the EI Technical programme, contact the EI Technical Team: e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current EI Partners include: Apache North Sea, BP Exploration Operating Co Ltd, BP Oil UK Ltd, Centrica, Chevron North Sea Ltd, Chevron Products Company, CLH, ConocoPhillips Ltd, DCC Energy, DONG Energy, EDF Energy, ENGIE, ENI, E. ON UK, ExxonMobil International Ltd, Innogy, Kuwait Petroleum International Ltd, Maersk Oil North Sea UK Limited, Nexen CNOOC, Phillips 66, Qatar Petroleum, Repsol Sinopec, RWE npower, Saudi Aramco, Scottish Power, SGS, Shell UK Oil Products Limited, Shell U.K. Exploration and Production Ltd, SSE, Statkraft, Statoil, Tesoro, Taqa Bratani, Total E&P UK Limited, Total UK Limited, Tullow Oil, Uniper, Valero, Vattenfall, Vitol Energy, Woodside, World Fuel Services.
If you work for any of these companies, you are entitled to free access to EI Technical publications, including IP Test Methods. If you haven't already done so, simply follow the instructions below for gaining access to these titles.
Step 1: Register with this site
If you haven't already done so, register with this site, using the log in box to the right. Your email address should automatically be recognised as belonging to an EI Partner company.
The registration process will take you through the steps to set up access to EI Technical publications. A validation email will be sent to you as part of this process. Please ensure that you click on the link in the email to complete the registration process.
Step 2: Review your access
When you are logged in to the website, you can view your profile (using the link in the log in box). Click on the EI Technical Partners tab to check your subscription status.
If you think you should have access, but it is not showing, or if you have any questions relating to setting up your permissions, please contact us at email@example.com.
As the professional membership body for the energy sector, the EI is keen to encourage those involved in energy to demonstrate their professionalism and improve their knowledge.
Membership at any level includes a range of benefits, such as a 25% discount as standard on our publications. To find out more about becoming a member of the EI, click here.