Charterfields Expands Presence in the Global Energy Sector
Charterfields activity in the energy sector for the global insurance market continues to expand. Having recently performed insurance assessments of oil terminals, processing and supply facilities in Bulgaria, Moldova, Romania and Turkey, the team has been appointed to cover assignments in Sweden, Denmark and Germany, scheduled to begin in late Spring.
The team’s comprehensive knowledge of costs and values of property, marine structures and plant and equipment in the sector is being well received by clients, brokers and risk managers. With focus on comprehensive reporting, and proven ability in covering risks using combinations of inspection and/or desk-based cost modelling, the plan is to develop further our support for the domestic and international insurance markets.
Charterfields Director, Neil Warburton, comments:
‘This growth is excellent progress for the company as we seek to expand further into this market sector. Charterfields has a strong pedigree in oil and gas, stemming from the first Gulf war, when a Charterfields team acted for the United Nations Compensation Commission in evaluating and settling reparation claims.
We have built a good reputation with a focus on offering a pragmatic and cost effective approach to corporate valuations of major facilities, and delivering reports that match the insurance market’s expectations’
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