In today’s volatile and challenging energy market and facilitated by digital disruption and innovative technologies, owner and contractor companies prioritize contract risk management. Both parties’ legal & contract experts need to be in front of their businesses to prevent losses in costly disputes.
9th Contract Risk Management for Energy Sector welcomes decision-makers from legal, procurement & contract management departments of leading Energy Utilities, Nuclear, Oil & Gas Operators, Energy Contractors (renewable as well as non-renewable), Sub-contractors & EPC service providers in an exclusive closed-group and business-friendly environment for peer-to-peer networking, ample knowledge-sharing and learning opportunities to stay abreast of current CRM execution in a highly evolving energy market.
This event will examine latest legal practices in contract, risk and claims’ management, project finance, competition law risks, joint ventures’ projects, etc.
- Maersk Drilling’s Outlook on CM Setups
- Allocated Risk on Contract Lifecycle
- Important Terms & Conditions in the Energy Supply Contracts – TotalEnergies’ Perspective
- EDF Renewables’ Outlook on Risk Mitigation Strategies
- The Impact of Covid-19 in the Context of Offshore Wind Farm Projects
- Contract Risk Management During Construction
- Limitation of Liability Clauses
At the conference, we will discuss mitigating risks, gaining efficiency & ensuring successful ROI of contracts by utilizing legal-tech innovations and digital transformation tools.
Our expert panel at 9th Contract Risk Management for Energy Sector 2022:
Maersk Drilling is a leading offshore drilling operator, that provides drilling services to energy companies worldwide. Maersk Drilling owns and operates a fleet of offshore drilling rigs and specialises in harsh environment and deepwater operations.
TotalEnergies is a broad energy company that produces and markets energies on a global scale: oil and biofuels, natural gas and green gases, renewables and electricity.
Cadeler operates two highly efficient Windfarm Installation Vessels (WIVs), Wind Orca and Wind Osprey. In addition to offshore wind farm installation, these vessels are very well suited for a wide range of maintenance, construction and decommissioning tasks.
Siemens Gamesa is a leader in the renewable energy industry, working to provide the world’s best offshore and onshore wind turbines and services. The company is notable for its SG 14.0-222 wind turbine, the largest variant based on the Siemens D7 Platform, as well as being the largest wind turbine in the world.
EDF Renewables is a wholly owned subsidiary of the French utility EDF Group, specializing in renewable energy production. As an integrated operator, the Group develops and finances the construction of renewable energy facilities and manages operations and maintenance for its own account and for third parties.
Enerparc AG is an internationally oriented specialist for all business related to photovoltaics, whether it’s in a technical or commercial role, pure consultation or implementation. ENERPARC offers a variety of specialised services in the field of solar power.
Engie is a French multinational utility company, which operates in the fields of energy transition, electricity generation and distribution, natural gas, nuclear, renewable energy and petroleum.
Wärtsilä is a global leader in innovative technologies and lifecycle solutions for the marine and energy markets. The core products of Wärtsilä include technologies for the energy sector, including gas, multi-fuel, liquid fuel and biofuel power plants and energy storage systems; and technologies for the marine sector, including cruise ships, ferries, fishing vessels, merchant ships, navy ships, special vessels, tugs, yachts and offshore vessels.