Risk Engineering Hub Leader, Marsh Specialty
Marsh has one of the largest risk engineering teams within the global insurance broking industry. For over 30 years we have supported energy and power clients in successfully managing their cost of risk. Our services are delivered by highly qualified industry experts with hands-on experience in design, construction, operation and decommissioning of a broad range of energy and power assets.
Identify areas where risks could be reduced — An independent review of your plant and systems by an engineer will provide recommendations for high impact risk improvements. This could significantly improve your risk profile.
Achieve significant savings — Improving your risk profile may enable you to reduce your insurance costs.
Demonstrate strategic planning — You will be able to clearly demonstrate the logic behind your risk finance decision-making process.
Make data driven decisions — You will gain access to comparative data that will help provide insight to support your organization’s broader operational excellence goals.
A Marsh risk engineering position paper defines the high level of standards that would be expected within the oil, gas and petrochemical industry. They include technical guidance, share best practice and include suggestions for improving operations.
ROEIVs are safety-critical equipment. Their primary purpose is to provide effective and timely isolation of plant items containing hazardous substances in the event of the primary containment system failing (including leaks from pipework and associated fittings, and pump seals).
Global Trends in Energy Risk Recommendations examines global, regional, and large company trends in light of these recommendations to identify areas of risk that require the greatest levels of attention.
The scope of this position paper includes the description and purpose, the ownership and development, and the format and content of fire pre-plans. It is applicable to any facility handling hydrocarbons and toxic materials.
As a result of the Buncefield incident in December 2005, more guidance has been provided to designers and operators of facilities regarding atmospheric storage tanks. The guidance has been included within this Marsh Specialty position paper.
A system for managing the defeat of SIS trips and alarms should be robust enough to cater for all eventualities; details on how to best manage this process are covered in this position paper.
During the lifetime of an operating process plant, many changes will occur. Each one of these changes has the potential to increase the risks involved in operating the plant, for example, through:
A lack of effective information transfer has led to serious process safety incidents in the energy industry. This position paper provides guidance on how to establish accurate and reliable communication of information from one set of shift workers to another.
This paper on PHA looks at the steps that can be taken to minimize the risk of a serious incident. Many of the PHA techniques discussed in this paper are considered to be well established within the industry, and standardized templates have been developed for organizations.
This paper defines the key attributes and processes required to establish a good process isolation management system in the oil, gas, and petrochemical industries. The paper also focuses primarily on operating site activities that require a break of the pressure envelope on systems that contain hazardous fluids, or critical utilities that have the potential to lead to significant losses.
In this paper, we summarize some of the key considerations when conducting a pressure test on process equipment. Common practical limitations, and respective solutions, are also described.
Marsh uses a proprietary risk-ranking system to provide an absolute measure of risk quality when compared against a defined set of criteria. From these rankings, Marsh developed its benchmarking tool to provide a proactive risk-improvement approach based on current standards and best practices.
Benchmarking the Middle Eastern Energy Industry
Remaining Strong Despite Industry Wide Cost Cutting Measures
This paper will contextualize risk quality in the Middle East as observed in recent years and explore regional and global trends to examine the factors driving risk quality.
Benchmarking the Middle East Onshore Energy Industry
Strengths and Opportunities of an Energy Superpower
This paper will contextualize risk quality in the Middle East and explore regional trends. It aims to help clients understand current trends and standards and provide a comparative view of the risk quality of their assets and operations.
Benchmarking the Asian Energy Market
Strengths and Opportunity
Through highlighting strengths and opportunities in the Asian energy market, it is our hope that this paper will help signpost the direction for further improvements and offers a positive contribution to ongoing loss prevention efforts.
Risk Engineering Hub Leader, Marsh Specialty