Company Description

The growth in the energy sector has resulted in a multitude of complex and often costly challenges. Having a comprehensive understanding of the oil and gas industry is paramount to protecting your assets, workers, and company from risk and exposure.

Our comprehensive approach to insurance and risk management begins by analyzing business operations from the ground up, including:

  • Exploration & Development
  • Midstream
  • Drilling
  • Lease Operators
  • Well Servicing
  • Testing & Treating
  • Production
  • Distribution & Reclamation
  • Service Contractors

We develop customized insurance and risk management programs designed to help reduce our client's loss frequency and severity, which contributes to corporate profitability.


We recognize the insurance needs of the coal industry. Our dedication to the mining industry has not stopped with our past achievements. We continue to explore and devise new plans to help you deal with the issues facing your industry.

Some of the current issues are:

  • MSHA Compliance
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Subsidence
  • Claims Management

We also recognize the challenges the mining industry faces in the areas of reclamation bonding, workers' compensation, subsidence, pollution, limited underground equipment coverage, and umbrella coverage restrictions.



  • Oilfield Construction / Contractors
  • Pipeline Construction


  • Consulting - General Oil Field


  • Drilling Contractors
  • Drilling Services

Equipment & Supplies

  • Above Ground Storage (AST Tanks)
  • Chemical Supplies


  • Gas Processing
  • Gas Transmission / Distribution
  • Midstream Gathering

Legal Services

  • Workers’ Comp Law

Producers – Exploration, Production & Development

  • Producers – Exploration, Production & Development

Professional Services

  • Safety and Risk Management

Reclamation Products

  • Agronomy
  • Erosion & Sediment Control
  • Site Specific Solutions for Vegetation
  • Soil Testing
  • Water Treatment


  • Oilfield Trucking
  • Trucking Services