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We think there's no substitute for meeting in person, so we hold and attend several key energy events throughout the year. Find out more and request invitations below, or view our past events.



Fuellers Conversation: A revolutionary approach to getting girls into science and engineering

22 July | EY Office, 1 More London Place, London

EY are proud to sponsor The Worshipful Company of Fuellers

The Worshipful Company of Fuellers is pleased to announce the latest ‘Conversation’ evening that examines some of the challenges facing the energy industry.

A conversation with Professor Averil Macdonald, OBE, D.Univ CPhys FInstP FRSA

Averil Macdonald is Professor Emerita of Science Engagement at the University of Reading and leads on diversity for SEPnet, the South East Physics Network of nine physics departments.

She was awarded the international Bragg Medal and Prize (1999) by the Institute of Physics, London, the accolade of Woman of Outstanding Achievement in Science (2007) in recognition of her work in Science Communication, the prestigious Plastics Industry Award for Personal Contribution to the Industry (2007), Honorary Doctorates by the University of York (2010) and Kingston University (2015) and an OBE in the Birthday Honours list 2015 for services to women in science and engaging the public with science.

Averil is a Trustee of the Science Museum Group, sits on the STFC Advisory Panel for Public Engagement, is a Director of the Cheltenham Festivals and of WISE, the Campaign for Women in Science and Engineering, and sits on the Court of Imperial College.

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For more information, please contact Laura Thompson.

Oilfield Services Report: Dinner and Debate

28 July 2015 | Blenheim House, Aberdeen

We held a dinner and debate in February which discussed our latest oilfield services report. Our next private dinner will continue this debate, under Chatham House rules, on how the industry is adapting to the current changing environment. For more information, please contact Joni Craigie.