Category: EnergyAugust 12, 2019
In 2018, the U.S. energy storage market nearly doubled. It is expected to double again by the end of 2019, according to Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables and the Energy Storage Association’s report: U.S. Energy Storage Monitor 2018 Year-in-Review.
Category: EnergyJune 4, 2019
In the renewable energy industry, many companies depend on contractors to support their operations. This is why contractor pre-qualification is an important initial step, not only in determining the most suitable contractors for a project but also in helping mitigate costly claims.
Onshore Upstream Oil & Gas Production: An Overview of Onshore Upstream Oil and Gas Insurance, Part 3
Category: EnergyOctober 19, 2018
While oil pipelines are safer than trucks, they transport only a fraction of oil shipments. However, when pipelines do fail, the results can be catastrophic. Leaks and ruptures occur frequently, and experts warn that, as already aged pipelines grow older, accidents will only increase. What does this mean to insurance industry professionals?
Onshore Upstream Oil & Gas Production: An Overview of Onshore Upstream Oil and Gas Insurance, Part 2
Category: EnergySeptember 21, 2018
If prices continue to rise, rig counts will likely increase, creating market opportunities for retail insurance agents. According to Kiplinger, geopolitical worries “are pushing crude oil prices higher” and the industry continues to ramp toward a jump in oil prices and increased production.
Onshore Upstream Oil & Gas Production: An Overview of Onshore Upstream Oil and Gas Insurance, Part 1
Category: EnergyAugust 17, 2018
For those less acquainted with the oil and gas industry, this three-part article will help delineate the industry’s sectors and describe the insurance challenges faced by exploration and production companies. With the help of a wholesaler specializing in the oil and gas sectors, the retail insurance agent can tailor coverage to fit the demands of this challenging and rapidly innovating business sector.
Category: EnergyMarch 13, 2018
By: Loren Henry – Broker, Worldwide Facilities – San Diego
To help reduce liability for clients whose businesses employ commercial motor vehicle drivers, insurance retailers should be aware of the new Department of Transportation (DOT) drug testing regulations that went into effect on January 1, 2018.
Category: EnergyDecember 1, 2016
By: Cade Felker – Senior Vice President, Worldwide Facilities
The past twelve months have been big for renewable energy. A large number of global companies have made multi-million- and multi-billion-dollar investments—in various renewable energy projects, as well as high-profile commitments to move their operations to 100% renewable energy by the end of the decade. Here are just a few of the most prominent.