Onshore Energy Conference

London

7 November 2018

A changing world of energy

The world of energy has increasingly challenging and conflicting issues to address and these directly affect and impact insurance. This conference is aimed at addressing some of them as the industry 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

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Agenda

08:15

Investigating renewable energy claims in remote locations

Breakfast Briefing by Ceerisk Consulting

Mamoon Alyah

Mamoon Alyah

Managing Director, Principal Engineer, CEERISK Consulting Limited

08:15

Breakfast Briefing 2

by RPC

08:15

LEG Exclusions and Project Delays

Breakfast Briefing by Capital Consulting

Steven Horne

Steven Horne

Regional Director, Capital Consulting International

08:30

Arrival and Networking

09:15

Introduction to the Onshore Energy Conference 2018

09:20

The Economics of Energy and Insurance: A Global Perspective

Robert Hartwig

Robert Hartwig

Director, Risk and Uncertainty Management Center Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Finance Darla Moore School of Business

10:20

Captives and Mutuals - The Future?

Amy Barnes

Amy Barnes

Energy Chief Client Officer, Marsh

George Hutchings

George Hutchings

Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Oil Insurance Limited

10:55

Keynote 3

Nina Skorupska

Nina Skorupska

CEO, Renewable Energy Association

11:30

Coffee Break

12:00

Choose from the following breakout sessions:

12:00

Policy Holder Only Session

by invite only

12:00

Economics of the oil price

Interactive review of recurring claims issues.

12:00

Electric Power Grid - Fundamentals and Changes

Richard Ladroga

Richard Ladroga

Director, Energy, DeSimone

12:00

Legal

13:00

Lunch

14:15

Choose from the following breakout sessions:

14:15

Renewables

14:15

BI Related

14:15

Refining 101

15:15

Coffee Break

15:45

LNG

by Braemar

16:15

Scenario Planning

Rafael Ramirez

Rafael Ramirez

Director, Oxford Scenarios Programme and Professor of Practice

16:45

Getting to pole position... winning the insurance race

Jim Newton

Jim Newton

Director, McLaren

Nigel Walsh

Nigel Walsh

Partner, Deloitte

17:25

Review of the day

Richard Foulger

Richard Foulger

Head of Claims, AEGIS London

Venue

QEII Centre
London, United Kingdom

Website

Key reasons to attend

The OEC 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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OEC London Committee

Richard Foulger

Richard Foulger

Head of Claims, AEGIS London

Susan Culley

Susan Culley

Conference Organiser, Onshore Energy Conference

Nick Barber

Nick Barber

Head of Property& Energy Claims - Europe, AIG

Paul Dawson

Paul Dawson

Major Loss Claims Adjuster, Property & Energy Claims, AIG