7 November 2018
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.
London, United Kingdom
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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Richard Foulger is Head of Claims at AEGIS London. His career spans over 30 years and he has been involved in the handling of many significant market losses. At AEGIS he has been involved specifically in many power generation claims and was one of the original creators of the London Power Forum. He serves on the LMA Claims Committee and is interested in educating and developing the next generation of London market claims professionals.
Robert Hartwig is clinical associate professor of finance and co-director of the Risk and Uncertainty Management Center. His research focuses on insurance markets and structures, risk management, risk-bearing capital market instruments, the financing of technology risks and venture capital in insurance markets. He makes frequent presentations to insurance industry management, boards of directors, regulators and legislators.
Richard is a Director within DeSimone's Property Loss Consulting group, Richard Ladroga provides leadership, management, and technical oversight of the firm's energy team.
With over 28 years of professional experience as an electrical power systems engineer, Mr. Ladroga has earned extensive experience in analysis, design, testing risk assessment, and forensic investigations of a large variety of projects involving electrical power systems. He has performed electrical substation design to 500 KV. Throughout the course of his career, he has also performed electrical system design for power generation facilities, including nuclear, fossil fuels, and hydro; for large scale microwave communication systems; large scale waste water treatment systems; aluminum and steel ore smelting foundries; petrochemical drilling fields and refineries; pulp and paper manufacturing; mining; and industrial.
Mr. Ladroga has also performed numerous electrical contact investigations. These investigations involved either serious personal injury or fatalities. Mr. Ladroga has contributed his expertise to revise electrical safety training manuals and courses in the industry.
Mr. Ladroga earned his Associates Degree in Electronics Engineering and his Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering with a concentration in Power Systems from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Experienced Senior Vice President with a demonstrated history of working in the insurance industry. Skilled in Financial Risk, Enterprise Risk Management, Risk Management, Corporate Finance, and Banking. Strong business development professional with a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) focused in Entrepreneurship / Entrepreneurial Studies from Wharton Business School.
Nigel is a partner in our Financial Services technology practice. Nigel has a background in end to end technology transformation, digital transformation and InsurTech – key enablers in enabling insurers on the journey to become true digital insurers.
Prior to this, Nigel led the UK Insurance business for Capgemini. Nigel has advised UK and European Insurance companies on major systems replacements and technology transformation projects helping to improve the customer and broker experience.
Nigel is one of the leading members of the InsurTech global movement and has been a mentor for many start-ups, including at the StartupBootcamp InsurTech programme.
Over thirty (32) years of experience performing investigations of the cause of insurance losses and available reinstatement options. Have been instructed to investigate the origin and cause of fires, explosions, machinery breakdown, power system design, code misapplication, human errors, contamination, corrosion, natural perils and others. Additionally, experienced in reinstatement of equipment and systems including heavy machinery, hi-tech equipment, power generation, transmission and distribution, manufacturing, medical equipment, printing systems, consumer electronics and other. Acted as expert witness in different jurisdictions (USA, UK, UAE and others) giving evidence on multiple engineering issues related to different matters of dispute, including causation, extent of damage, reinstatement options and liability.
Joe joined the loss-adjusting profession in 1974 and worked for a major UK practice. After qualifying as a Chartered member of the Institute of Loss Adjusters in 1981, he moved overseas for 10 years working in the Caribbean, the Far East and the Middle East.
In 1992, Joe returned to the UK and was based in London, specialising in large industrial losses throughout the world but particularly in the energy and petrochemical sectors. His portfolio has included major oil spills, refinery and petrochemical losses as well as specialising in delay in start-up and advance loss of profits. A large portion of his work has been in North America but he has handled claims in more than 40 countries.
Joe has been fortunate enough to deal with some of the largest offshore and onshore claims that have been presented to the major energy reinsurance market. Apart from physical damage claims, he has also dealt with many of the larger business interruption claims that have arisen in the onshore and offshore environment.
Joe worked closely with large brokers when dealing with one of the largest energy claims of recent times, this involved a major energy company based in Canada.