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Energy

From ports to power stations, and petrochemical facilities to production platforms, our specialist energy lawyers can resolve your energy insurance disputes efficiently.

Overview

Energy disputes and the associated insurance processes can be costly for providers. Without experienced counsel, your liability can increase and become unmanageable.

Based on years of experience with clients of every size, our expert team of energy insurance lawyers will work with you to reduce the value of your liability and resolve cases before they spiral out of control. We provide sensible, commercial and realistic advice on the merits of a matter and are often able to resolve disputes without the need to litigate or arbitrate.

In instances where dispute resolution becomes necessary, we can offer mediation, arbitration, or other forms of resolution to avoid a costly litigation process.

We have the international capability to support your specific case. Our teams in Hong Kong and Singapore have especially strong reputations for handling all manner of energy insurance disputes with particular focus on power generation and onshore/offshore oil and gas claims and recoveries.

We are also founding members of Global Access Lawyers – an association built on trusted relationships with six specialist law firms across America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Through Global Access we combine specialist insurance legal talent ensuring you tailored insights and bespoke strategies across the global energy insurance market.

To learn more about our tailored energy insurance services, please reach out to a member of the team.

Get in touch

Toby Savage

Partner

+44 20 3060 6576

London

Toby Savage

Team

Toby Savage

Partner

+44 20 3060 6576

London

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Iain Anderson

Partner

+65 6422 3050

Singapore

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Alex Almaguer

Partner and Latin America Insurance Practice Lead

+44 20 3060 6000

London

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Jonathan Wood

Partner, Chair of International Arbitration

+44 20 3060 6562

London

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