IRMI Energy Risk & Insurance Conference

Online | October 11–13, 2022


The IRMI Energy Risk & Insurance Conference

Online. On Demand. On Point.

Join leading energy risk management and insurance professionals at the IRMI Energy Risk & Insurance Conference (ERIC) . You’ll take away proven strategies for insuring the complex exposures of energy risks and tactics for fine-tuning risk management programs to control your costs.


NEW! Expanded Agenda Has Tracks for Oil & Gas and Renewables

The energy risk management landscape is changing rapidly, and IRMI ERIC is keeping pace so you can stay up-to-date. Along with topics that apply to all segments of the industry, this year's conference agenda also features session tracks focused on specific challenges faced by traditional oil and gas companies and those impacting renewable energy providers.

Sessions Focused on Oil and Gas Include

  • Pollution Liability: Changing Trends and Emerging Risks
  • Effective Risk Mangement for the Oil and Gas, Capital Markets, and Insurance Industries
  • Political Risk Management

Sessions Focused on Renewables Include

  • Renewable Energy Risk Trends
  • Renewable Energy and Risk Maturity: Why Mature Strategic Partnerships Matter
  • Emerging Risks: Occupational Hazards in Renewable Energy

5 Reasons Why You Should Attend IRMI ERIC

1) Affordable

Registration is only $299 with the early bird discount. This low fee includes a post-conference Energy Risk and Insurance Specialist (ERIS®) course or your ERIS renewal fee at no additional charge.

2) Convenient

No travel hassles, and no missed sessions. You can log on to ERIC from anywhere you have an Internet connection and access recorded sessions on-demand for 3 months after the Conference.

3) Relevant

IRMI ERIC focuses on the unique risk management challenges faced by energy companies and the nuances of properly insuring those exposures. Topics include energy and the economy, contractual indemnity provisions, and emerging risks.

4) Complimentary Post-Conference Course: Contractual Risk Transfer in Energy

Join us for the post-Conference course, Contractual Risk Transfer in Energy—an additional $129 value included with your registration. After this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify problematic energy contract provisions and propose appropriate recommentationsf or contract insurance requirements
  • Identify gaps between contractually assumed liabilities and contractual liability insurance coverage
  • Assist in obtaining compliance with additional insured coverage requirements
  • Identify suitable recommendations and strategies for fairly and legally allocating energy contract risks.
This course is 1 of 5 required to earn the prestigious Energy Risk and Insurance Specialist (ERIS®) certification.


5) Invitation-Only Risk Management Forum

This exclusive, closed-door setting provides risk managers a forum to openly discuss problems and concerns and share ideas for handling today's toughest risk management challenge. To attend, you must be directly employed by an energy company or contractor. Eligible attendees will receive an invitation to join this session prior to the Conference.

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The No-Risk IRMI Conference Guarantee
If you attend this Conference and don't agree that the value of attending outweighs the registration fee, we will refund your registration fee upon request. 

Need to Renew Your ERIS Certification?

Renew your ERIS certification at IRMI ERIC and your renewal fee will be included with your registration at no extra charge. That's an additional $129 value! Attending five sessions or more will satisfy the annual continuing education requirement to maintain your ERIS certification or another IRMI certification you may hold including Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS®), Management Liability Insurance Specialist (MLIS®), or Transportation Risk and Insurance Professional (TRIP®).

What Is ERIS Certification?

The Energy Risk and Insurance Specialist (ERIS®) continuing education program certifies your specialized expertise in the unique exposures and complex insurance needs of energy companies.

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