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Dates for your Diary - please make every effort to attend

Tom Patten building, 36KAll 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.

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Dates for your diary 2014/15

12 November 2014 6.00 p.m. for 6.30 p.m.*
Venue: BP, Aberdeen
Engineering in Mature Subsea Oil & Gas Operations
Speaker: Mark Dempsey, BP

3 December 2014 5.00 p.m. for 5.30 p.m.*
Venue: BP, Aberdeen
Issue 2 of the Oil and Gas UK Well Integrity Guidelines
Speaker: Steve Bedford, BP

7 January 2015 5.00 p.m. for 5.30 p.m.*
Venue: BP, Aberdeen
Pressure core analysis: historical use in gas hydrate investigations and its applicability for other unconventional oil and gas resources
Speaker: Peter Schultheiss, GEOTEK

25 February 2015 7.00 p.m. for 7.30 p.m.*
Venue: BGS, Murchison House, Edinburgh
Making better use of the ground beneath our cities: the Glasgow experience is that it helps to ASK
Speaker: Diarmad Campbell, BGS

4 March 2015 6.30 p.m. for 7.30 p.m.
Venue: Management Centre, University of Stirling
The construction of wind turbines in adverse ground conditions
Speaker: Alan Bowey & Mike Tavern, Grontmij

22 March 2015 6.00 p.m. for 6.30 p.m.
Venue: Garvock House Hotel, Dunfermline
Energy: Can we really have it all secure, low-carbon and cheap?
Speaker: Professor Paul Younger, University of Glasgow

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

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