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Registration Now Open for the 2020 IRMI Energy Risk & Insurance Conference

Release Date: Nov 19, 2019

Dallas, TX—Risk managers and insurance professionals serving the energy industry can register now for the 2020 IRMI Energy Risk & Insurance Conference. International Risk Management Institute, Inc. (IRMI), will return to Houston April 6–8 for this annual event focused on the complex exposures faced by energy companies and insurance programs that cover them.

The Conference will feature multiple sessions covering topics such as technology innovations, managing risk with contracts, controlling insurance costs in as tightening insurance market, and cyber and artificial intelligence (AI) exposures. View the full agenda at www.irmi.com/ERIC.

“Emerging threats such as climate change, cyber threats, and geopolitical tension, along with a tightening insurance market, make it more imperative than ever for risk management and insurance professionals to develop specialized expertise in understanding, mitigating, and insuring energy risks,” said IRMI President and CEO Jack P. Gibson. “Through ERIC and our Energy Risk and Insurance Specialist (ERIS®) Certification, IRMI is committed to providing the educational resources needed to successfully navigate these challenges.”

ERIC attendees can also register for an intensive 1-day pre-Conference course, “Commercial Liability Insurance for the Energy Industry,” which is a part of the ERIS core curriculum.

To learn more or to register, visit https://www.irmi.com/ERIC or call (800) 827–4242.

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Contact:
Heidi Vincent
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