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As a specialty insurance broker, we recognize the need to support a wide range of emerging and expanding energy markets with the right combination of experience and specialized programs. Annually, our energy team places more than $353 million in premium.
Today’s smarter alternative energy solutions call for even smarter risk solutions. We have competitive markets that place coverage in the fields of biodiesel, engineering, geothermal, Ethanol/Butanol/Methane, solar/wind, hydropower, and oil & gas.
The technological advances in drilling techniques often requires access to highly specialized insurance markets. At AmWINS, we work with carriers who have appetites for placing coverage for oil and gas risks that include drilling contractors, work over contractors, pipeline construction/operation, site prep, oilfield service contractors, exploration & production, seismic companies, formation fracturing, derrick/rig/iron/steel erection, petrochemical and refinery and more.
We work with insurers who have the necessary breadth of underwriting experience in the alternative energy filed to offer the customized insurance solutions for conventional Coal, Gas Fired Steam Turbines, gas turbines, independent power producers, unproven technology, solar, wind, co-generation, gas utilities, underground and above ground mining, rock quarries and more.
Placing coverage for companies involved in the design, development, manufacturing or assembling of alternative energy products are exposed to a broad range of unique risks. We have market access to cover risk exposures that include mining and utility equipment, oilfield tool and equipment rental, wellhead equipment, mining equipment and more.
As a company, we have built specialized solutions for unique problems, and our energy practice uses the expertise of our London-based colleagues at THB Group to market on behalf of our U.S. retail clients. This gives our retail partners the assurance that we are using the full resources within the AmWINS organization to solve their clients’ problems.
The current Property market is not what most would consider a “traditional hard market,” where demand exceeds supply. Despite a strong capital position, most of the property market continues to harden at an increasing rate. In addition to the usual drivers, several new or heightened factors are affecting the market. Our Q3 State of the Property Market report examines these issues as well as impacts across several industry segments.
With capacity continuing to constrict, especially in the higher excess layers, the casualty market presents many challenges to buyers. These market conditions, which are often driven by claims, are expected to continue for at least 18 months. Our Q3 State of the Casualty Market report examines these issues as well as impacts across several industry segments.
The Casualty market’s response to COVID-19 is continuously evolving. With a wide array of factors already impacting this sector pre-crisis, segments of the Casualty marketplace are responding to the pandemic differently. In this article, our industry specialists share overall themes in the Casualty market and take a closer look at how various segments are being impacted.
In 2018, companies within the energy sector rely heavily on technology to perform daily operations. With this increased connectivity comes increased cyber risk. As threats continually evolve, it is virtually impossible to adequately prepare for every type of cyber-attack; however, appropriate insurance coverage can play a key role in mitigating risk. This article discusses energy-related claim trends and the value that Cyber Liability policies can add to your coverage offering for energy risks.