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Ask the Expert Q&A: Energy Insurance

Ask the Expert Q&A: Energy Insurance

As the energy industry continues to rebound after a challenging year, Crain’s Content Studio recently spoke with Cree Teel, Vice President, Broker, Burns & Wilcox Brokerage, Dallas, Texas, to learn more about Energy Insurance. What are the greatest risks in the energy industry today? C.T.: In my opinion, the greatest risk is the price of oil. When prices dip below…

Energy Insurance Market Overview

Energy Insurance Market Overview

The price of crude oil last year reached negative territory, exacerbated by a drop in the price of West Texas Intermediate crude of 300 percent to around negative $37 per barrel in April 2020.The challenges tied to the pandemic created a market we had not seen in decades, forcing many smaller businesses to shutter operations. The good news is that we have seen significant recoveries in 2021.…

Examining Energy Insurance Specialty Categories & Trends

Examining Energy Insurance Specialty Categories & Trends

Our experts gathered for a discussion on the state of the energy insurance market, trends within the sector and the impact on specific products. During this webinar, we discuss: Specialty areas within the energy industry Market conditions and rate impact Challenges and solutions within the energy market https://vimeo.com/561535323/bc265100b4

Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack Exposes Severity of Cyber Threats

Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack Exposes Severity of Cyber Threats

The ransomware attack that shut down one of the largest fuel pipelines in the U.S. and set off gas shortages and panic-buying is indicative of the growing cyber risk threatening American infrastructure, experts said in a recent USA Today report. Colonial Pipeline Co., which moves 2.5 million barrels of petroleum each day, was forced to discontinue operations May 7 after…

Hurricane Laura Slams Energy Industry Reeling from Pandemic

Hurricane Laura Slams Energy Industry Reeling from Pandemic

Oil and gas production in the Gulf of Mexico was slowed significantly beginning on August 23, as a pair of tropical storms approached U.S. shores and forced the shutdown and evacuation of nearly 300 offshore platforms. Hurricane Laura, one of the most powerful storms to ever hit the U.S., made landfall on August 27, devastating the city of Lake Charles,…

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