FABIG Events | September and October 2021
26 August 2021
FABIG EVENTS PLANNED FOR SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER 2021
We are delighted to advise that we are planning to restart the organisation of traditional face-to-face Technical Meetings with a full-day event covering 'Renewable Energies: What do we understand about hydrogen fire & explosion hazards?' to be held on Thursday 7th October in London and via Webcast. We will also continue to organise Webinars as we understand that FABIG Members appreciate the convenience of our Lunchtime Webinar format.
As such, please find below the FABIG Events to be held in September and October 2021:
Wednesday 8th September 2021 | 13.00-14.00 (BST)
Title: Explosion & Fire Hazards From Oil-Insulated Electrical Components
Speaker: Francesco Chillè, FCSolutionS
Wednesday 22nd September 2021 | 13.00-14.00 (BST)
Title: CO2 Is Not Flammable But...
Speaker: Bhavesh Ladd, BP
Thursday 7th October 2021 | 10.00-17.00 (BST)
Title: Renewable Energies: What Do We Understand About Hydrogen Fire & Explosion Hazards?
Wednesday 20th October 2021 | 13.00-14.00 (BST)
Title: The Northern Lights Project (provisional title)
Speaker: Sandra Hennie Nilsen, Equinor
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION & REGISTRATION:
You can find additional information and register for the above events via the Events section of the FABIG Website. Additional FABIG Events to be held after October will be listed shortly.
If you have not already done so, you will need to create a new account on the new FABIG Website to register for our FABIG Events. Following registration, please wait until your Membership status shows as 'FABIG Member' to register for events (if your Membership status is initially not as expected, this is likely because we need to approve your account).
INTERESTED IN PRESENTING AT A FUTURE EVENT?
We are always looking for interesting presentations for future events, so please drop me a line if you or your colleagues would like to put forward a presentation.
We hope that you will enjoy our forthcoming FABIG Events.
Take care and stay safe,