Rethinking Business Interruption Risks in an Optimized Oil and Gas Industry
Business interruption losses in the oil and gas industry are likely to increase over the next decade unless greater attention is given to how an event could affect supply chains that are more integrated, interdependent, and streamlined.
Marsh’s report, Rethinking Business Interruption Risks in an Optimized Oil and Gas Industry, assesses the increased business interruption risk to an industry that has become more integrated and consolidated against the backdrop of the sustained lower oil price.
Integration and consolidation are helping companies deliver more efficient shareholder returns in an increasingly competitive marketplace. But more integrated supply chains are changing the business interruption risk profile of the sector.
Topics covered by this report include:
- How the rationalisation of storage will affect the ability to mitigate the impact of unplanned losses.
- The risk implications of integrating value.
- The need to understand direct and indirect suppliers and contingent business interruption exposure.
To find out more, download the report.