01 April 2020
FIRST GUEST SPEAKER CONFIRMED at NORTH SEA FLOW MEASURMENT WORKSHOP
We are pleased to announce Stuart Broadley, CEO of the Energy Industries Council (EIC), as our first invited guest speaker at the North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop, 27-29 October, P&J Live Aberdeen. The Workshop is the premier flow measurement event focusing on the global oil & gas sector but also exploring challenges for the wider energy sector, as the energy transition continues to be a strategic priority for many stakeholders.
Stuart is Chief Executive of the EIC, the Energy Industries Council, the UK’s largest energy supply chain trade association. Prior to joining the EIC in 2016, Stuart enjoyed a successful 25-year career leading global O&M businesses in oil & gas, power and renewables with Rolls-Royce, Wood, Senvion and Hoerbiger. He is also the author of the renowned Survive & Thrive annual report which highlights successful growth strategies in challenging markets.
“We are delighted to have someone of Stuart’s stature on board for the Workshop. As Stuart is passionate about the energy transition, we look forward to his insight into the future goals, priorities and challenges for the industry,” said Dr Bruno Pinguet, Workshop Technical Committee Chair.
Stuart commented: “The EIC is passionate about working with like-minded organisations that are looking at the technology needs of the future across all areas of energy.”
About the EIC
The EIC is the UK’s largest energy supply chain trade association, a not-for-profit with 650 member companies, across oil & gas, power, nuclear and renewable markets that, for 76 years, has advised governments and boardrooms, and helped companies to grow at home and around the world. Their real passion is helping companies to diversify and grow internationally – and their members benefit from EIC’s unique suite of energy market CAPEX & OPEX databases, 130 events p.a., industry & government networks, international launchpad offices and extensive market insight.
For more details visit the North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop page