EIC’s Jubilee Cocktail Reception 2023
EIC’s Jubilee Cocktail Reception 2023

Thursday 20 April 2023, 19:00 – 21:00

EIC’s Jubilee Cocktail Reception 2023

The Dorchester Hotel, London

Eic's History

EIC is turning 80 and we are celebrating in style with a 1940’s themed cocktail reception on Thursday 20 April at the Dorchester Hotel in London.

The Energy Industries Council started its journey in London in 1943 with a meeting of leaders from just thirteen engineering businesses. Eighty years on we are a global company with over 900 companies in membership, delivering goods and services to the energy industries worldwide. We are incredibly proud of our achievements and significant contributions to the energy sector, but most of all we are excited about the future.

The evening promises to be a fantastic night of networking to honour the incredible journey of EIC to date. Step back in time to the 1940s and discover more about the history of the Energy Industries Council and our story through the decades as we celebrate a fantastic 80 years supporting the energy supply across the globe.

Dress Code: 1940s cocktail attire, however this is of course optional.
Limited tickets available so book your place today to come along for the celebration.

  • Ticket option
  • Delegate Ticket (EIC Member only)
  • Ticket Price
  • £50 + VAT
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Eic’s Highlights


In February 1943, thirteen firms met in London to form the Council of British Manufacturers of Petroleum Equipment (CBMPE), now known as EIC.


One year on, with only two full-time staff, membership grows to 100 companies and the first ever monthly summary of weekly news is sent to members.


CBMPE changes its name to Energy Industries Council and opens its new London office while membership grows to 250 members.


The EIC launches the Project Database, a forerunner of what would become EICDataStream.


EIC registers its 500th member.


EICAssetMap is launched, the only operations and maintenance database to map all major UK facilities across all energy sectors.


UK Energy Supply Chain (UKESC) ministerial task force set up and co-chaired by EIC CEO Stuart Broadley and UK Energy and Export ministers.


EICTV and Event Solutions function launched.