Energy Assets attended the IGEM Burns Night 2019

Energy Assets attended the IGEM Burns Night 2019

Energy Assets employees attended the IGEM (Institution of Gas Engineers & Managers) Burns Night Super on Friday 25th January 2019 to help celebrate a traditional Scottish night with esteemed colleagues and members from all across the gas industry.

Energy Assets was proud to sponsor the Toast and all of the wee drams that came with it at this year’s IGEM Burns Night Supper.

IGEM serve a wide range of professionals across the UK and the international gas industry through Membership, events and a comprehensive set of Technical Standards and Energy Assets actively seeks to support events and functions where it can.

Stuart McLeod (Engineering Policy Graduate Engineer) and Scott MacGregor (UIP/GT Field Auditor) of Energy Assets are accredited engineers by IGEM as well as active members of the IGEM Scottish section committee. They spearheaded the Energy Assets involvement for the night and helped to not only promote Energy Assets, but made sure that a good time was had by all.


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