APEAAssociation for Petroleum and Explosives Administration

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Membership to the APEA

All you need to know about membership of the Association and how to join - why not join today?

If you are:

  • involved in the Oil Industry
  • work for an oil company
  • work for a retailer operating petrol filling stations
  • a Petroleum Officer, or a Regulator concerned with the industry
  • a supplier of goods or services to the petroleum industry
  • a contractor to the industry

Then you should join the APEA -- the Association for Petroleum and Explosives Administration. It represents extremely good value for money.

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Individual membership

This entitles you to one copy of the Bulletin per quarter, use of the APEA logo, one APEA Yearbook and discounts on APEA Training courses.

 

£50.00

Corporate membership

This entitles you to five copies of the Bulletin per quarter, five copies of the APEA Yearbook, use of the APEA logo and discounts on APEA Training courses for all your company staff. The company can have one nominated representative (named person for contact) per Corporate membership.

 

£175.00

Retired Membership

This entitles you to one copy of the Bulletin per quarter and one APEA Yearbook

Retired membership can only be purchased if you are no longer in employment and a personal home address should be provided on your contact details

£15.00

PO Box 106, Saffron Walden, CB11 3XT, Essex, United Kingdom

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The APEA organise a range of training courses on a variety of topics. Click here to find out more . . .