| BUILDING | TECHNICAL
As a broker, underwriter, or
adjuster are you involved in Oilfield Risks? Do you ever wonder exactly what
processes are involved in the oil industry in Alberta? Have you ever been
confused by oilfield terminology? Are you confused by figuring out the insurance
coverages? If so we’ve planned the perfect two day session for you with two
topic sections: O&G-The Technical Side and O&G-The Insurance
O&G-THE TECHNICAL SIDE:
We will first delve into the technical aspects of
O&G exploration & production. This portion of the session will take you
through the processes and contractors involved from drilling to pipelines and
- Drilling the Well
- Well Evaluation
- Completions and Production
- Workovers - Unconventional O&G
- Refinery Processes
- Gas Processing
Presenter: George Sutherland has over thirty
years of experience in all facets of petroleum technology, project management,
needs assessments and training, having worked extensively in Asia, South
America, Africa and Canada. As head of the Petroleum Technology Department at
the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology for eight years, he successfully
managed a program with 500 full and part-time students per year. During the last
twenty-seven years he has conducted numerous workshops internationally and in
Canada on all aspects of petroleum technology for participants from over 70
countries. He has designed petroleum engineering curriculums for schools in Nova
Scotia, Newfoundland and Saskatchewan and carried out Petroleum Engineering
Needs Assessments for Universities and Governments in Bangladesh, Bolivia,
China, Colombia, Nigeria and Pakistan.
We will also cover how the Emergency
Response Planning is managed in the oil patch with the use of the operatives
that are in place and its use as a loss mitigation process, discussion relating
to hydrofracking, and some discussion on heavy oil (although it is not a focus
of his session we will touch on it as insite production now represent over 50%
production in Alberta). (for a full outline of the O&G technical topics
covered please email IISA)
SIDE: The second day will provide you with an introduction to the
insurance side of the Oil & Gas Industry and will help you to understand the
different types of Oil & Gas classes written and enable you to propose to
your customer’s suitable coverages for liability, property, and auto exposures.
You will learn about basic coverage, typical well exposures, claims examples,
and prevention tactics.
Arnie Zippel, B.Comm, CIP : Arnie has been in the insurance
industry for over 30 years. The insurance business has provided a variety of
learning opportunities for him, from underwriting to managing, marketing, and
product development. Currently working with Intact Insurance, and prior as
Branch Manager at Travelers Canada and as Manager of Market Segmentation at AXA
Pacific Insurance, Arnie lead the underwriting team's training and development
in specialized classes of commercial business, including oil & gas,
manufacturing, wholesale distribution, public sector and other significant
Western Canadian industries and institutions.
Registration: 8:15 a.m.
a.m. - 4 p.m.
Lunch, coffee, and snacks included on both days
Credits: AIC Course ID # 48729 13 CE Hours General & Adjuster Please
be aware that tardy arrival to or early departure from any
Deadline: October 12,
Sorry, no refunds issued, with the exception of an
incomplete session as a result of unresolvable technical difficulties.
Substitution of another person is acceptable - please notify us of such changes
so CE records can be adjusted appropriately. IINA reserves the right to cancel
this seminar due to unforeseen extenuating circumstances - in such an event, all
fees will be refunded.
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