BREAKING NEWS: FULL-DAY FACE-TO-FACE FABIG TECHNICAL MEETING ON HYDROGEN FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS PLANNED FOR 07 OCTOBER 2021 IN LONDON

Webcast | Renewable energies: What do we understand about hydrogen fire & explosion hazards?

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Live webcast
7
07 October 2021
10:00 - 17:00 (BST)
THIS WEBCAST

The programme for this Webcast of a full-day FABIG Technical Meeting is currently being developed and will be announced as soon as possible. The objectives of this event are to review the state-of-the-art and present recent projects/studies.

If you or your colleagues would like to put forward a presentation for this event, please do not hesitate to contact us at fabig@steel-sci.com.

We are looking forward to you joining this Webcast on 7th October.
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This event is for FABIG members only.

FABIG members: Free

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We would like to remind you that members of most engineering institutions can count FABIG Technical Meetings as Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Attendance certificates are issued following our events.

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