EITEP GmbH - Business Concept

EITEP Institute

Exchanging Information And

Technology On A Global Basis

Pipelines

Water &
Waste Water Treatment

Traffic & Transport

Traffic & Transport

Energy Supply

About Our Institute

The Euro Institute for Information and Technology Transfer in Environmental Protection, EITEP, was originally founded by the German technical and scientific associations on energy and water. The main objective of the EITEP Institute is to foster the international information and technology transfer in the water, energy, environment and infrastructure sector.

Our institute cooperates with different federal and regional governmental ministries, institutions of higher education and our partner associations and their member companies. By means of this network in Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa, the EITEP Institute develops and organizes international conferences, seminars, electronic journals (Pipeline Technology Journal, Infrastructure Technology Journal) and trade shows like Pipeline Technology Conference, Infrastructure North Africa and Infrastructure Middle East.

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The Pipeline Technology Journal is released six times a year. Check out the Website for further Information.

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15 December 2021 - Virtual Pipeline Summit "Offshore Pipeline Technologies"

The 6th Virtual Pipeline Summit (VPS 6) will provide a comprehensive overview and competitive technology showcase of a spectrum of problems and solutions related to the “Offshore Pipeline Technologies”.

www.pipeline-virtual.com

7 - 10 Mar. 2022 - 17th Pipeline Technology Conference (ptc), Online

Europe’s Leading Conference and Exhibition on New Pipeline Technologies

www.pipeline-conference.com

 

 

Our fields of work

  • Water Treatment
  • Waste Water Treatment
  • Pipes and Sewers

  • Waste
  • Power Supply and Transmission
  • Renewable Energies

  • Pipelines
  • Traffic and Transportation
  • Telecommunication