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Oklahoma Energy Insurance2021-01-22T20:33:46+00:00
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Energy

Business in the energy sector is a fountainhead of complex and often costly challenges.
Having a comprehensive understanding of the energy industry is paramount to protecting
your assets, workers and company from risk and exposure.

INSURICA’s Energy Experts

INSURICA’s Energy Experts bring unparalleled knowledge of the upstream, midstream, and downstream energy markets, renewable energy markets, petrochemical and oilfield services.

Dave Deardeuff
Dave DeardeuffEnergy Practice Leader
Dax Deardeuff
Dax Deardeuff
Garrett Campbell
Garrett Campbell
Barry Tims
Barry Tims
Ryan Knowles
Ryan Knowles
Tom Caraway
Tom CarawayEnvironmental Practice Leader

Proven Process

Through a proven process our dedicated team develops customized insurance and risk management programs designed to help reduce our client’s loss frequency and severity, contributing to their overall profitability. Our clients have access to almost every major carrier, providing a wide variety of energy-specific coverages and services such as: Pollution Liability, Drilling and Large Servicing Rig Floaters, and Control of Well Insurance.

Find Out More About Our Services and Capabilities

We are here to answer any questions you may have and look forward to hearing from you.

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Today’s insurance programs must take into account the unique challenges faced by each client. In addition to a strong coverage program, some businesses may need advanced services. INSURICA has the additional Client Services required by complex business operations.

Oil and Gas Industry Challenges In 2022 And Beyond

November 30th, 2021|Blog, Energy|

The energy sector has experienced significant challenges in terms of prices, demand, supply, investment, and a variety of other issues. Some oil and gas companies have been able to resume normal operations now that the COVID-19 vaccine is widely available, but getting back to pre-pandemic normalcy hasn't been easy for everyone.

Winter Weather Oil and Gas Safety Tips

November 23rd, 2021|Blog, Energy|

To prevent injuries and illness as a result of winter weather, it’s important to learn about the causes, symptoms, and safety considerations to take so you are prepared to handle winter’s worst. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), there is no exact temperature at which the environment becomes hazardous. Instead, factors such as low temperatures, wind speed, and wetness contribute to cold-induced injuries and illness.

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