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Our Next Event

Visit to ExxonMobil Ethylene Plant

at Mossmorran, Fife

Afternoon of Wednesday 7th May 2014

ExxonMobil Chemical's Fife Ethylene Plant (FEP) is one of Europe's largest and most modern ethylene plants. It was the first plant specifically designed to use natural gas liquids from the North Sea as feedstock.

Ethylene is used in the production of a variety of everyday articles that are used around the home, such as plastics, textiles, toiletries, detergents, paints, antifreeze, lightweight car components and medical supplies. It can also be used to help seedlings, vegetables and fruit trees ripen and grow faster.

It is hoped to arrange a pub lunch in the area before the visit for those interested.

Registration is required

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A Date for your Diary

Tuesday 13th May 2014 at 7pm

in the Apex European Hotel,
90 Haymarket Terrace, Edinburgh EH12 5LQ

Digital Troposcatter Communications in Malaysia

A talk by Professor John Roulston

 The talk will be preceded by the
SERMS and SE Scotland Local Network AGMs

Click HERE to Register and for more information.

Refreshments from 6.30pm

Scotland South East events

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Your committee of nine retired IET members has arranged a programme of lectures and visits which will be shown on these pages and which we hope will be of interest to all members and friends.  We look forward to welcoming you at these events. Do look out for the Monthly Newsletter which provides more details and a summary of lectures and visits.

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Committee Members

David Dick

Nigel Shepherd
Senior Vice Chairman

Frank Sharp
Junior Vice Chairman

James Prettyman
Past Chairman

Ian Currier

John Russell

Frank McCall
Programme Secretary

Walter Thomson

John O'Connor

Lynsay Callaghan
Community Relationship Manager