8-10 March 2023
In-Person Event

Registration opening soon

Lillehammer Energy Claims Conference
Virtual Event Experience

Bringing together leading international underwriters, claims adjusters, insureds, brokers and other service providers involved in claims arising from activities which are commonly referred to as offshore energy risks (which extend to related onshore activities and include well and drilling operations irrespective of location) this 3-day event includes presentations, activities and networking. The Conference is a non-commercial undertaking organised by a Committee drawn from professionals with extensive experience of energy claims.

Since its modest beginning in 1996 as a forum for informal discussions between leading energy insurers and their loss adjusters, the annual Lillehammer Energy Claims Conference has grown to encompass representatives from global oil & gas companies, claims brokers and certain specialist service providers.


2022 Agenda

All times GMT
14:00

Young LECC (YLECC) Primer

14:00

Introduction to the day: Young LECC Primer

14:10

Sanctions and Energy Claims & War and insurance contracts with Q&A

14:55

Under Pressure! Well Control Detection and Management with Q&A

15:15

Introduction to carbon capture with Q&A

15:35

Wind Farms - Market update and emerging risks with Q&A

16:05

Offshore construction claims (relationships operator/contractor) with Q&A

16:20

Close

14:00

Claims Handling and Legal Development

14:00

Welcome & Introduction to Lillehammer’s 2022 Virtual Conference

14:05

Introduction to the day: Claims handling and legal development

14:10

Well control claims: an endangered species? With Q&A

14:30

Claim Inflation with Q&A

14:50

Claims Panel Discussion (Interactive Q&A)

15:45

JRC Communicable Disease Endorsement

16:05

Break

16:10

Legal Session Part 1 - Legal updates

16:10

Welcome to the session and intro

16:11

Developments in English law on pre-contract cases and the Insurance Act

16:21

Developments in English law on post contract cases, including construction and aggregation

16:31

Nordic/civil law comparative perspectives on legal developments

16:38

Legal Session Part 1 Wrap Up

16:40

Legal Session Part 2 - COVID 19

16:40

Introduction

16:41

The UK Perspective

16:48

The US Perspective

16:55

The Australian Perspective

17:02

The Nordic Perspective

17:09

Legal Session Wrap Up

17:10

Wrap up for the day

14:00

Looking Ahead - Where is the energy industry heading?

14:00

Introduction to the day

14:05

Energy Transition - The inside story with Q&A

14:35

Carbon Capture and Storage

14:35

Carbon capture and storage... the basics

14:55

Overview of Northern Lights Project and Risk and Insurance considerations

15:25

Carbon Capture Projects - How is the insurance market responding?

15:45

Carbon Capture and Storage Q&A

16:00

Break

16:05

Artificial Intelligence with Q&A

16:30

Geopolitics Session with Q&A

17:00

Wrap up for the day

17:05

Event Close

The conference is the leading international gathering of underwriters, claims adjusters, insureds, brokers and other service providers involved in claims arising from activities which are commonly referred to as offshore energy risks (which extend to related onshore activities and include well and drilling operations irrespective of location).

For over five years the conference has attracted capacity attendances - some 345 delegates in 2015 for the 20th Anniversary Conference. In recent years participants from America, Angola, Australia, Bermuda, Canada, Denmark, Dubai, France, Germany, Indonesia, Jordan, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, The Netherlands, Norway, Qatar, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, the U.K., Venezuela, Vietnam and elsewhere, have clearly justify the conference’s claim to be the premier international energy claims forum.

Attendance at the Conference is, in general, restricted to representatives of underwriters, claims adjusters, insureds, claims brokers and other service providers directly involved in claims arising from offshore energy risks.

The Conference is not open to members of the legal professions although the Committee will usually issue a very limited number of specific invitations to lawyers closely involved with subjects under discussion. To encourage an atmosphere of open debate and participation, opinions expressed at the event are considered personal to the speakers and members of the media are excluded.

Delegates are always encouraged though Q&A and commentary sessions to play an active part in the Conferences’ interactive programmes.


Committee

YLECC