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Regulatory Update: A compendium of recent EPA, OSHA and DOT hot issues impacting upstream and midstream energy operations

Marsh 2012 Denver Energy Forum on Risk Management

Risk and insurance are a high-stakes game in the energy industry. Major industry events such as the blowout of the Macondo well and the San Bruno pipeline explosion, as well as other pipeline incidents, fracking exposures, and regulatory and contractual changes, have caused insurance markets to react, leaving energy companies wondering what they can expect and how they should best adapt their insurance and risk management programs to this constant cycle of change. Marsh’s 2012 Risk Management Energy Forum in Denver is specifically focused on providing insights and answers to such questions to risk management, operational, financial and legal professionals working in the energy industry.

Joining Marsh Energy Practice leaders from Denver, Houston, San Francisco and London as speakers for this one-day event is McAfee & Taft regulatory attorney Chris Paul. His regulatory update presentation discusses a number of recent Environmental Protection Agency, Occupational Safety & Health Administration, and Department of Transportation hot issues impacting upstream and midstream operations.

October 23, 2012
Westin Denver Downtown
Denver, Colorado