By demonstrating and pursuing leadership in asset management, EEMUA helps improve the safety, environmental and operating performance of industrial facilities in the most cost-effective way. Member companies manage process plants, power stations offshore platforms, storage terminals and other industrial facilities around the world - engineering assets worth billions of Euros.
EEMUA has been representing users’ interests for more than half a century and yet the Association’s work has probably never been as relevant as now. Maintaining the right balance of in-house engineering expertise, keeping abreast of the regulatory environment and operating capital assets efficiently, effectively and in compliance - these are critical issues for owners of capital plants. The Association's members appreciate the value of the shared user community and the other benefits provided by membership of EEMUA.
EDF Energy has become the latest organisation to join EEMUA.
A wholly-owned subsidiary of the EDF Group, EDF Energy is one of the UK's largest energy companies and its largest producer of low-carbon electricity.
EEMUA's chief executive, Clive Tayler, said it was great news that EDF Energy had decided to join EEMUA, and meant that the Association now had very strong representation across the power generation sector.
EDF Energy's Head of Engineering, Wolfgang Hahn, commented: "We have been aware for some time that other major power companies are already members of EEMUA, and that they do appreciate the information, networking opportunities and news updates that EEMUA provides. Those factors, plus the opportunities afforded through membership of EEMUA to influence standards and best practice, made a compelling case for us to join."
EEMUA is an international non-profit membership organisation that aims to improve the safety, environmental and operating performance of industrial facilities in the most cost-effective way, developing and promoting leadership in industrial asset management.
12 June 2014 – Antwerp, Belgium
A one-day seminar to launch Edition 4 of the world-renowned EEMUA 159 "Users' Guide to the Inspection, Maintenance and Repair of Above Ground Vertical Cylindrical Steel Storage Tanks".
Presentations focus on key updates to the publication and what motivated the amendments.
4 September 2014 – Cardiff, Wales
A half-day seminar focusing on primary containment.
Should be of particular interest to operating personnel involved in static systems at process and power system plants.
EEMUA 231: The mechanical integrity of plant containing hazardous substances - a guide to periodic examination and testing
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