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Hall Maines Lugrin Leads ESG Panel Discussion at Energy Insurance London

­HOUSTON – Earlier this month, Hall Maines Lugrin president George H. Lugrin IV served as moderator of an environmental, social and governance panel during Energy Insurance London.

Recognizing the ambiguity many public and private companies face as they navigate around ESG issues, Mr. Lugrin led the discussion about insurance risks in the energy sector as well as topics such as ESG metrics, how clients can receive the best risk transfer offers, the composition of portfolio that insurers have and how they want to manage that, among others.

“The ESG movement has changed the nature of capitalism from a model of only maximizing profit to a model of maximizing profit and shareholder well-being,” said Mr. Lugrin. “The panelists today bring an incredible depth of expertise, and we hope the information shared will provide clients with valuable information to assist them as they identify and assess their ESG risk.”

Panel Discussion: ESG in Practice – How Will This Growing Movement Impact the Energy Sector? How Will It Affect Your Day-to-Day Business Operations?

Panel participants included:

  • Alison Clarke, Insurance Specialist, BP
  • Kristina Nielsen, Lead Risk and Insurance Manager for Offshore Wind, Ørsted A/S
  • William Lynch, Energy Business Leader, Global Broking Centre London, Aon
  • Radmil Kranda, Vice President, Energy Underwriting, Gard

Energy Insurance London was launched in 2019 by the quarterly journal The Marine Insurer and TMI Business Intelligence. The annual one-day remote event provides participants with the latest developments in the marine and energy insurance sector. For more information about Energy Insurance London, visit  

Hall Maines Lugrin, P.C. opened its doors in 2000 and quickly rose to the top as a litigation firm with unparalleled knowledge and experience in energy insurance and business disputes. The firm’s deep roots in the insurance and energy industries have made it the go-to firm for companies facing difficult commercial issues involving appellate, commercial, competition, energy, insurance coverage, products liability and professional liability disputes.

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