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Edward Davey's meetings with external organisations: July to September 2013

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DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE
QUARTERLY INFORMATION 1 July – 30 Sept 2013
MEETINGS WITH EXTERNAL ORGANISATIONS (INCLUDING MEETINGS WITH NEWSPAPER AND OTHER MEDIA PROPRIETORS, EDITORS AND SENIOR EXECUTIVES)[1]
Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Rt Hon Edward Davey MP
Date of Meeting Name of External Organisation Purpose of Meeting
Jul-2013 CBI To discuss energy and climate change issues
Jul-2013 Net Power To discuss energy and climate change issues
Jul-2013 Energy Institute To discuss energy and climate change issues
Jul-2013 Roundtable with: To discuss energy and climate change issues
Chevron
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Talisman-Sinopec
BP
Shell
Petrofac
ConocoPhillips
Nexen
Premier Oil Group Audit,
Oil & Gas UK,
Jul-2013 Nuclear Industry Council To discuss energy and climate change issues
AMEC
Areva
Atkins
Babcock International
Bechtel
CH2M Hill
Dalton Institute
Doosan Power Systems
EDF Energy
GDF Suez
Hitachi
Horizon
Laing O’Rourke
Lloyds Register
M&W Group
NDA
NESA/NSAN
NiA
NNL
NES (Nuclear Engineering Services Ltd)
Prospect
NuGen
Rolls-Royce
Sellafield Ltd
UNITE
Urenco
Weir Group
Westinghouse
Jul-2013 The Carbon Trust To discuss energy and climate change issues
Jul-2013 National Energy Action To discuss energy and climate change issues
Sep-2013 Business and Roundtable event: To discuss energy and climate change issues
CBI
IIGCC
CMIA
Aldersgate
Eurelectic
Energy UK
International Emissions Trading Association
EU corporate leaders group
CCSA
UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association
Sep-2013 Institute for Government To discuss ongoing IFG work
Sep-2013 CBI To discuss energy and climate change issues
Sep-2013 Gentoo Green To discuss energy and climate change issues
Sep-2013 Centrica To discuss energy and climate change issues
Sep-2013 Wood Group To discuss energy and climate change issues
[1] Does not normally include meetings with Government bodies such as other Government Departments, NDPBs, Non-Ministerial Departments, Agencies, Government reviews and representatives of Parliament, devolved or foreign governments.