As the global energy sector continues to transition and invest in new technologies to deliver clean and sustainable futures, we are helping clients to identify and manage the new and evolving risks they face.
Who we work with
Servicing all the main regional energy hubs, our clients ranges from niche service providers to major multinational energy companies. We believe that the diversity and global spread of our client portfolio gives us exceptional insight into the energy insurance market.
Working with insureds, insurance companies and independent intermediaries, we access Lloyd’s, London and international markets to provide insurance and reinsurance solutions for companies operating across upstream, midstream and downstream activities, power generation and the renewable energy and environmental technology sector.
We place our clients at the front and centre of everything we do and believe in building long-term partnerships. Our service model, based on this ethos, is what differentiates us from our peers. We quickly assemble experts from across our specialist lines and global offices into one team to service your account to meet your needs . Whatever stage of transition or field your company operates in, we can arrange integrated risk transfer programmes to protect all aspects of your business operations.
Proactive claims advocacy
We never overlook the importance of a prompt and helpful claims service and the peace of mind this can offer. As a result, we have built one of the strongest claims teams in the industry, where our claims specialists work alongside our placing brokers and technical teams from the outset to ensure maximum efficiency and delivery when clients need it most.
Martin HendersonHead of Energy & METL
Alex VincentChairman of Energy
Simon LazarusHead of Upstream Energy
Daniel NichollsHead of Onshore Energy
Rhys NewlandHead of Renewable Energy & Environmental Technology
Rhys heads up Miller’s renewable energy and environmental technology team, assisting clients who are developing into new technology areas to counter climate change to identify and manage new risks as they change their business to be more sustainable and robust for the future.