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Dates for your Diary - please make every effort to attend
Tom Patten building, 36K

All meetings unless otherwise advised are held either in the lecture room of the Tom Patten Building at the Institute of Petroleum Engineering, Heriot Watt University Edinburgh or BP, Aberdeen at 5.30pm.   The University of Paisley (Room P121, P Block) will be added to the list of venues.

Members can participate at these meetings through the video-conference link between the venues. Please let Steve Bedford know in advance if you intend to attend at the BP offices.

Click here for a map and directions on how to get to the Tom Patten Building at Heriot Watt.

Click here for a map and directions on how to get to BP offices.

Click here for a map of the university campus at Paisley.

Click here for a map of the University campus at St Andrews.

Dates for your diary 2015/16

13 January 2016 5.00 p.m. for 5.30 p.m.*
The Brent Decommissioning Project
Venue: BP, Aberdeen
Speaker: Alistair Hope, Shell
Download: Flyer

17 February 2016 1.30 p.m. for 2.00 p.m.
Young Persons' Lecture Competition 2016
Venue: Irving Building, University of St Andrews
Downloads: Poster | Rules | Entry Form

24 February 2016 7.00 p.m. for 7.30 p.m.*
The Feasibility of Geothermal Hot Saline Aquifer Heat in Scotland the Guardbridge (Fife) Project
Venue: BGS, West Mains Road, Edinburgh
Speaker: Dr Ruth Robinson, University of St Andrews
Download: Flyer

8 March 2016 6.00 p.m. for 7.00 p.m.
Strengthening Loch Arklet Dam using Multi-Stranded Anchors
Venue: Garvock House Hotel, Dunfermline
Speaker: James Shields and Kenneth Henderson, BAM Ritchies

* Video-conference link between Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Paisley and St Andrews available.

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