Energi of Canada has launched property & casualty programs for energy business in parts of Western and Atlantic Canada.
The new energy programs provide risk management solutions and insurance offerings for energy related risks in the following segments:
- Fuel distribution
- Fuel transportation
- Energy contractors
- Renewable energy
- Alternative energy solutions
Energi’s programs in Canada will be offered only to companies who exhibit a commitment to loss prevention and who implement industry best practices, the company said in a statement.
The program will first be offered in Alberta, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, and will expand to other provinces in the coming months.
“Our programs are designed to encourage best practices, mitigate risk, and help protect companies in the energy industry. We have helped our clients in Ontario tremendously, and we believe it will add great value to new clients in Western and Atlantic Canada,” said Lilli Chiu, vice president of Loss Prevention & Safety, of Energi of Canada Ltd., which is based in Toronto, Canada.
“Our expansion into other parts of Canada is an exciting step forward for us and we trust that brokers and customers will see the value and support we bring to the energy insurance business,” said Tony Passarelli, Energi of Canada’s general manager and vice president of Distribution. “We hope to continue our international growth and eventually offer our full coverage line to clients throughout Canada.”
Energi of Canada is a subsidiary and the international program arm of Energi, the Peabody, Mass-based provider of specialized insurance programs to more than 1,000 energy companies in the United States.
Energi Inc. is the parent company of Energi Insurance Services Inc. (MGA, wholesaler & program manager), eRisk Solutions (LP safety, accident recon, environmental management services, fire & explosion experts), eClaims Management (claims TPA), eMarketing Strategies (marketing services company) and eTech Services (technology services company for the Insurance Industry) .
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