Breakfast Meeting – ‘Apprentice to Director’ – Martin Alderson from NGN
The Northern Branch PDN are holding their 3rd breakfast meeting as we head East to Leeds. Director of Asset and Risk Management at Northern Gas Networks – Martin Alderson will be discussing his Journey from Apprentice to Director and share his experiences.
Pipeline Industries Guild - South East Branch Luncheon
The South East Branch are holding the annual Luncheon aboard the HQS Wellington, with guest speaker James Harrison on 18th July 2019.
Tour of Diamond Avenue Reservoir
Join us for this rare and exciting opportunity to visit a 15Ml District Service Reservoir during construction before it’s filled with water! It is a free event to all Members a fee will be applicable to Non Members.
Visit to Isle of Grain LNG Terminal
The South East Branch have arranged a tour of the Isle of Grain Liquified Natural Gas Import Terminal.
Buried pipe design vs performance: where we have it right and where we don’t
Prof Ian Moore of Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario has been undertaking large scale laboratory testing on buried pipes in order to verify or disprove long established structural design methods. He will be presenting the results of his work for the first time in the UK.
4th Annual Awards Lunch 2019
We have an excellent opportunity to Celebrate Technology and Innovation within the Pipeline Industry which is being held at The Hilton Deansgate, Manchester, with Guest Speaker Professor Ruth Allen
Deadline for entries is Friday 26th April 2019
We are pleased to invite all Guild Members to our Annual General Meeting 2019.
Anglian Water GRID project-SPA
The Pipeline Industries Guild is pleased to announce that James Crompton will be joining the Eastern Branch on Tuesday 25th June to provide an update and presentation on the extremely important Anglian Water GRID Project, which will take place throughout AMP7.
Hydrogen Alliance – Chris Barron, Costain
Hear from Costain’s Power Sector Business Development Manager about founding the North West Hydrogen Alliance; Who’s involved? Why has it been formed? What’s been happening since its launch?
Wales & West Hinkley Point C - Tour
The Wales and West committee are pleased to invite you to an introduction and (closed bus) tour of the construction site for the new Hinkley Point C Nuclear power station.
15th Northern Branch Karting Challenge
The Northern Branch invites all Pipeline Industries Guild members to a Karting Endurance Challenge at the Three Sisters Race Circuit, Wigan on Wednesday 5th June 2019 at 17:45pm (prompt).
BIG Data in Pipelines
How are the pipelines industries embracing BIG data within their asset management? Learn about the techniques in use and the advantages the industry have taken.
Midland Branch 40th Annual Golf Day
Branston Golf & Country Club, Burton on Trent
The Midlands Branch of the Pipeline Industries Guild are hosting their 40th Annual Golf Day on Thursday May 23rd 2019.
Utilities Panel - Why build in Leakage?
Leak Free New Networks workshop
Water companies are being challenged to achieve lower leakage levels than ever before, a significant task with ageing networks.
Are we adding to the problem by building new networks which could be prone to leakage now and in the future? Hear the industry experts and take part in an interactive workshop to develop an action plan, to achieve the aim of leak free new networks - now and in the future.
SNS2019: The Southern North Sea Conference & Exhibition
Discover the scale of opportunity for the East of England’s fastest growing industry with speakers from offshore wind, oil & gas, nuclear, supply chain, skills and careers.
The Guild Annual Conference - Doing Things Differently
Focusing on doing things differently, this year's conference will focus on the themes of sustainability, innovation, planning, technology and design in the pipeline industry PLUS the highly anticipated PDN National Presentation Competition Final!
Pitch Your Plan 2
Pitch your plan is back! And this time, it’s your opportunity to help the water companies solve their challenges for AMP7. The floor is yours!
Wales and West AGM
The Wales and West committee are pleased to invite you to their 2019 AGM. Please join them to hear about their plans for the future and review of the year past.
Midland Branch AGM and Diverting the water mains for HS2 – Jack Simmons, Kier
The Midland Branch committee are pleased to invite you to their 2019 AGM. Please join them to hear about their plans for the future and review of the year past.
Eastern Branch St George's Day Annual Lunch & Innovation Event
The Eastern Branch of the Pipeline Industries Guild invites you to celebrate St George's Day at its annual Lunch & Innovation afternoon at the Peterborough Marriott Hotel.
The Norman Howell Award Paper and Presentation Competition for the PDN (35 Yrs of Age and Under)
The Northern Branch are holding The Norman Howell Award Paper and Presentation Competition for the Professional Development Network of The pipeline Industries Guild. The Northern Branch AGM will also take place this day.
Challenges Facing the Water Industry
Mike Rose; Arcadis’ UK Asset Management Director will discuss the challenges facing the Water Industry in the new investment period starting in 2020. This is of interest to anyone involved in the supply of services to the water industry in the UK.
Northern Ireland Branch Dinner
The 23rd Annual Northern Ireland Branch Dinner will take place in Belfast on 29th March 2019 at The Europa Hotel.
1st Northern Branch Networking & Shooting Event
The Northern Branch Invites Pipeline Industries Guild members to our first Networking and Shooting event at Catton Hall, Frodsham, Cheshire on Tuesday 26th March 2019 from 12:00pm.
Pipeline Integrity & Corrosion Management in the Oil & Gas Industry
Pipeline integrity is key to maintaining operational success, safety and security and minimising harm to the environment.
62nd Annual Pipeline Industries Guild Dinner
The Guild’s Annual Dinner is the most widely recognised event for members to entertain guests and to network at the highest level. An audience including the leaders of companies across the entire spectrum of the industry. it is the networking event in the Pipeline industry and a great occasion to celebrate the success of our industry.
Innovation and Achievement in the Pipeline Industry
Join us ahead of the 62nd National Dinner to celebrate our 2018 technical awards with presentations from our award winners.
"Innovate like Google" Training Day which includes National Dinner Ticket
Innovation is the word of the moment – but how can you do it efficiently and quickly come to a reasoned decision? Back by popular demand after a sell-out day for the Wales and West branch, this training day will take the infamous Google 5 day sprint and show how it can be applied in your workspace.
London Showcase and Lions' Lair
London Showcase and Lions' Lair a joint event with The Pipeline Industries Guild and IGEM London, Southern & Eastern Section.
Irish Branch Technical Event - 7Km Trunk Water Pipeline & Tunnelling of N7, Leixlip Saggart Strategic Watermain Project.
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED
Gas Technical Talks!
Northern Branch - The 2nd PDN Breakfast Networking and Presentations. Gas technical presentations from Cadent (HyDeploy 1 and 2) and Murphys (Asset Health and Above Ground Installation Builds). Breakfast will be provided!
South East Branch PDN Presentation Competition - CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
The South East Branch Professional Development invite submissions for their annual Presentation Competition by 14th February 2019.
Sir John Parker Competition
The Sir John Parker Competition, run by the Professional Development Network (PDN) of the Midland Branch of the Pipeline Industries Guild (PIG), which looks to promote the opportunities and challenges of working in the pipeline industry. The Guest speaker will be Chris Train – CEO of Cadent Gas
Midland Branch - Newark Water & Waste Improvement Project
Tim Sawyer CEng MICE, Programme Manager, Capital Delivery Infra, for the Newark Water & Waste Improvement Project will be giving an overview of the upgrade project including progress to date, challenges faced and more importantly why this work is needed.
Eastern Branch Technical Event - Battersea Cable Tunnel Project
Battersea Power Station stopped generating electricity in 1983 and a new electricity substation is being built to help distribute power to homes and businesses across the new neighbourhood. The substation will connect to the existing electricity network via the Battersea Cable Tunnel.
Sir John Parker Competition
Call for Entries