Gently down the stream: How international insurance programmes can help manage large and evolving energy risks
In this article, AXA XL’s Todd Wilhelm sheds light on the latest trends in the management and transfer of downstream energy risk and how downstream energy clients can work with insurers to get the best out of their multinational insurance programmes.
This report examines global developments in corporate insurance claims, highlighting the top causes of loss, and other trends. It also examines a number of industry-specific trends that will impact the claims landscape in future.
A year on from our feature, 'The future of fuel', which focused on electricity, we're going on a return trip to look at a few alternative solutions: hydrogen, biofuel and solar power. This guide highlights why insurers need to be prepared to accommodate whichever solutions become the prime choices.
Renewable energy sources are becoming more widely used within the UK and so there's a need to address what insurance is required for the installations. In this white paper, we evaluate four types of renewable power and peer into what might lie in the future for renewable energy generation.
With all the confusion around fuel consumption, drivers turning their back on diesel are ‘partly to blame’ for the first rise in CO2 emissions in 18 years. With alternative fuel sources gaining positive industry noise, are we seeing the slow death of diesel? Download this article to find out more.
Great strides have been made in the last decade to reduce the amount of harmful greenhouse gases our vehicles expel into Earth’s atmosphere. This report studies what the future of fuel might look like and the implications for insurance.
The waste-to-energy industry is booming, with revenues expected to reach US$28 billion this year. But integrated plants bring new risks. This article looks at simple precautions that can reduce the main risks - machinery breakdowns and fire.
FM Global looks at the driving factors behind emerging risk scenarios in the power generation industry and advises that most losses are preventable equipment failures due to human error or natural catastrophes. Plus, Lakeside Energy from Waste case study.
By 2050, the world’s population is set to hit 9.7 billion. Alongside this unprecedented rise, energy demand is forecast to increase by over 40%. How can the world satisfy this growing demand for energy? This StrategicRISK News Analysis looks at the challenges and offers a glimpse of the future.
If a recent Swiss Re report is to be believed, investment in renewable energy is set to skyrocket in the coming years – so why do insurers seem wary of taking on the sector’s risks? Post's article investigates.