Onshore Energy Conference

Dubai

25 April 2019

Considering a different landscape

The world and the MENA region in particular have many challenging and conflicting issues to address and these directly affect and impact insurance. This conference is aimed at addressing some of them as the region seeks to continue to establish itself as a centre of insurance excellence.

This conference is aimed at all parties and stakeholders in the insurance chain including buyers and clients, underwriters, brokers and relevant service providers. The conference looks to provide current and relevant sessions for all these interested parties together with valuable networking opportunities.

Speakers

Sponsors

Agenda

08:15

Breakfast briefing 1 - Investigating Claims in Utility-Scale PV Plants

Experts review of claims during construction and operation.

Mamoon Alyah

Mamoon Alyah

Managing Director, Principal Engineer, CEERISK Consulting Limited

08:15

Breakfast briefing 2 - DSU: what’s it all about?

Risks & Claims from a Timeline Perspective

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Alan Purbrick

Alan Purbrick

Chief Executive Officer, Capital Consulting International

09:00

Conference Introduction

Shazia Aslam Rafique

Shazia Aslam Rafique

Vice President, Onshore Energy Middle East North Africa, Liberty Specialty Markets

09:10

Keynote

Picking up pennies in front of a steam roller - how the world has forgotten about Risk

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David Hughes

David Hughes

CEO, International eChem

09:50

Evolving Energy

A look at past, present and future trends in the Energy Insurance Industry. The landscape is changing - what challenges and opportunities does this present for the MENA region and globally?

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David Hawksby

David Hawksby

Chief Executive Officer, Talbot Underwriting Services (US) Limited, Validus Holdings Ltd

10:20

CEO Insomnia Risks

Top 5 risks of the next 10 years e.g. politics, competition, cyber and more.

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Mutlaq H. Al-Morished

Mutlaq H. Al-Morished

CEO, TASNEE National Industrialization Company

10:50

Coffee break

11:15

The three following sessions are introduced by:

Kamal Tabaja

Kamal Tabaja (Moderator)

Group Chief Operating Officer, Trust Re

11:15

Geopolitics as disruptor-in-chief for businesses in the Middle East

Geopolitical uncertainty is increasing as the global order is moving away fromunipolarity to a more competitive environment between global powers. Which geopolitical trends and state or non-state actors will be the next source of disruption for organisations in the Middle East?

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Sorana Parvulescu

Sorana Parvulescu

Partner, Control Risks

11:45

Blockchain: game changer or just another tech trend?

This fascinating session on Blockchain will include network effect, immutability, transparency and smart contracts.

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Ken Marke

Ken Marke

Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, B3i Technologies

12:15

What does 2020 mean for the MENA Region? – Being Relevant is Being Prepared

The presentation aims to begin the process of preparation for a milestone year. Change for insurance professionals is swift and speed of technology integration for business begs the question – What is coming in terms of changes that will rewrite how we adapt existing business models to new challenges.

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Kyle E. Krall

Kyle E. Krall

Senior Principal & UAE Office Director, Thornton Tomasetti

Phillip Thompson

Phillip Thompson

Principal and Regional Leader of European Operations, Thornton Tomasetti

12:45

Lunch

13:45

Choose from the following 3 breakout sessions - Technical & educational lectures from leading market experts:

13:45

Powergen – Evaluating the financial impact of BI losses

A recap of the insured risk under Power Purchase Agreements and the key claim issues arising from a Powergen interruption.

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Clive Burrows

Clive Burrows

Director, RGL Forensics

Sahaab 2

13:45

Oil and Gas - Issues encountered during commissioning and early production/operations

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Mark Leonard

Mark Leonard

Risk Survey Manager/Regional Engineer, MatthewsDaniel

Sahaab 1

13:45

Cyber…the energy sector’s next big challenge

A look at the cyber threat faced by the Middle East energy sector and practical mitigation tips.

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Shabnam Karim

Shabnam Karim

Senior Associate, Clyde & Co

Will Anderson

Will Anderson

Partner, Brunswick Group

Alex Blom

Alex Blom

Head Financial Lines, MENA, AIG

Scott Davies

Scott Davies

Director, AON Risk Solutions

Radwane Saad

Radwane Saad

Senior Manager, Cyber Security (Risk Advisory Services AIM), EY

Ballroom A (Main Conference Room)

15:25

Break

15:45

The MENA Claims Experience

Claims are the ultimate product of insurance but can be a challenge to handle in the Onshore Energy sector. This session will look to consider the recent claims experiences in the MENA region and what these mean for the various stakeholders. The session will focus on the region and consider lessons that can be learnt and what can be done to enhance the claims offering locally.

Matthew Snee

Matthew Snee (Moderator)

Partner, Energy Broker, JLT Speciality

15:50

The Regional Claims Experience

The facts – setting the background to the claims story in the region.

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Chris Ling

Chris Ling

Executive Director, Claims Advocate – Natural Resources, WillisTowersWatson

16:05

Pecha Kucha

Short presentations from industry leaders setting out the key points, issues and challenges to the region. 10 minutes from each speaker.

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Ian Robb

Ian Robb

Global Head of Risk Engineering, Liberty Specialty Markets

John Matthews

John Matthews

Head of Claims, Trust Re

Hugh Kennaway

Hugh Kennaway

Director, MatthewsDaniel

David Leich

David Leich

Chief Operating Officer, MESCAT Engie

16:45

Panel discussion

Ian Robb

Ian Robb

Global Head of Risk Engineering, Liberty Specialty Markets

John Matthews

John Matthews

Head of Claims, Trust Re

Hugh Kennaway

Hugh Kennaway

Director, MatthewsDaniel

David Leich

David Leich

Chief Operating Officer, MESCAT Engie

17:15

Review of the day

Shazia Aslam Rafique

Shazia Aslam Rafique

Vice President, Onshore Energy Middle East North Africa, Liberty Specialty Markets

17:30

Networking reception (sponsored by HFW)

Olive Garden Terrace

Venue

The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre
Gate Village, DIFC
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Website

Key reasons to attend

The OEC Dubai brings together insurance professionals from across the oil, petrochemical and power sectors and is unrivalled as the stand out business and technical conference.

To be a part of developing the insurance expertise and knowledge in the region.

Speakers from the region talking about the issues and challenges and hearing practical solutions for moving forwards.

Benefit from speakers and conversations with individuals from other businesses, out of which the regional insurance expertise can develop.

Tailor your experience with streams focusing on technical training and development.

Build valuable relationships with your peers and customers during dedicated networking.

The conference is not only of value to business leaders but also provides an ideal opportunity for individuals looking to develop within the sector and become the leaders of the future. OEC is proud to be a supporter of learning and development for the future leaders and provides a range of conferences and training events.

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Advisory Committee

Richard Foulger

Richard Foulger

Head of Claims, AEGIS London

Susan Culley

Susan Culley

Conference Organiser, Onshore Energy Conference

Kamal Tabaja

Kamal Tabaja

Group Chief Operating Officer, Trust Re

Mark Cooper

Mark Cooper

Country Manager - UAE, Lloyd's of London

Shazia Aslam Rafique

Shazia Aslam Rafique

Vice President, Onshore Energy Middle East North Africa, Liberty Specialty Markets

Adam Wakeley

Adam Wakeley

Senior Vice President - Dubai Energy hub leader, Marsh

Pavel Chernoverhsky

Pavel Chernoverhsky

Senior EER Underwriter, AIG