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Jeffrey Hubbard

Principal, Energy & Environmental Practice Leader
Phone: 972.402.6664
Email: [email protected]

Energy Products
  • Auto Liability
  • General Liability
  • Pollution
  • Professional & Management Liability
  • Property
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • USL&H & MEL
  • Excess / Umbrella Liability
Environmental Products
  • CGL, Contractor’s Pollution Liability, Professional Liability
  • Contractor’s Professional and Contractor’s Pollution Liability
  • Contractor’s Pollution Liability, including Mold
  • Environmental Casualty (CGL, Products Pollution, Site Pollution Liability)
  • Products Pollution Liability
  • Site Pollution Legal Liability
  • OCIP and CCIP Environmental, Professional Products
  • Project or Contract Specific Policies
  • Excess Liability for All Products
  • Underground / Above Ground Storage Tank Pollution Liability

We work with you to provide a complete range of competitive products in the energy and environmental insurance marketplace.

Our team is dedicated to energy and environmental accounts and uses a collaborative approach to leverage the experience and knowledge of all team members to deliver superior results. With over 100 years’ combined experience, our specialists are highly skilled, efficient, and transparent at helping clients find the full range of solutions for all types of energy and environmental insurance.

What Makes Us Different
  • Coordinated placement and service across multiple coverage lines
  • Industry-leading market relationships, knowledge, and clout
  • Marketing transparency
  • Tailored marketing strategies based on the client’s needs/desires
  • Comprehensive, client-specific coverage comparisons
  • Maintain an extensive claims example database
  • Exclusive wholesale markets / products
Target Classes
  • Oil & Gas and Petrochemical (including, but not limited to): engineers and consultants, petrochemical and refinery contractors, chemical blenders, distributors and manufacturers, pipeline – operations, construction and terminals, site prep contractors, oilfield service contractors, drillers, workover contractors, well servicing, roustabouts, welders, pipe fitters, fabricators, electrical and instrumentation contractors, geophysical service contractors, hydraulic fracturing contractors and consultants

  • Utilities (including, but not limited to): contractors, independent power producers, electrical cooperatives, publicly owned, investor owned, merchant power, co-generation, wind, solar, hydro, projects (build, own, operate or sell combinations), nuclear projects

  • Alternative Energy (including, but not limited to): biofuels, co-generation, wind, ethanol, geothermal, landfill methane, solar, micro turbines, nanotechnology-energy related, research and development, manufacture, start-ups, construction, facility operation, project planning and management, supporting maintenance work

  • Manufacturers and Dealers: chemicals, tools (downhole included), machinery and equipment, custom fabrication, valves, tanks, pumps and compressors, control panels, pipe or tube, equipment rental

  • Environmental Consultants – including environmental site assessments, impact studies, groundwater and air quality testing, training and education, laboratory analytical services, regulatory and permit consulting, facilities design and supervision

  • Environmental Contractors – including asbestos, lead and mold remediation contractors, clean-up contractors (including fire and water restoration and emergency response contractors)

  • Non-Environmental Contractors – including general contractors and subcontractors doing carpentry, electrical, excavation and grading, roofing, sewer and water, demolition; virtually all contracting exposures for both residential and commercial work

  • Manufacturers – all types of manufacturing, including chemical blenders, plastics operations, pollution control equipment, and distributors

  • Waste Management – including recycling facilities, transfer stations, landfills, waste haulers and brokers

  • Real Estate – site pollution for any type of property, including but not limited to habitational, brownfields, and property transfer transactions

  • Underground / Aboveground Storage Tanks – including tank farms and petroleum or gas distributors

Wholesale Insights

Emerging Risks in the Green Energy Revolution

December 15, 2022- Understanding the emerging issues in the energy sector helps us be a better source and advocate for clients. As agents and brokers, we cannot abandon fossil fuel (especially natural gas) clients, and we must continue to press for capacity and innovative risk solutions for these clients.

Tricky Environmental Market Brings Healthy Returns for In-the-Know Brokers

October 6, 2017- B&R's Chris Dockery weighs in on issues facing the environmental risk industry and where opportunities exist for brokers in an article by Insurance Business America.

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Contact Information Location Practice Areas
Harrison  Scheider
Harrison Scheider
Senior Vice President, Broker
Phone: 608.282.5342
Texas
Casualty, Energy & Environmental
Jeffrey  Hubbard
Jeffrey Hubbard
Principal, Energy & Environmental Practice Leader
Phone: 972.402.6664
Texas
Casualty, Energy & Environmental
Cathy  Griffin
Cathy Griffin
Senior Vice President, Broker
Phone: 616.285.6500
Michigan
Casualty, Energy & Environmental
Chris  Dockery
Chris Dockery
Principal, Broker
Phone: 616.285.6503
Michigan
Casualty, Energy & Environmental