After BP: Self-insurance considerations for smaller energy companies

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By Derek A. Jones, Jason B. Kurtz | 23 September 2010

Following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, many small energy companies may soon find commercial insurance too costly. As they reevaluate their existing insurance programs, energy risk managers at these smaller firms may wish to consider self-insurance or the formation of a captive. This article outlines several key questions that energy risk managers should ask as they examine their insurance options.



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