Energy and Government Accounts

Our team understands the complexity of this class of claims and thus always looks for innovative and agile ideas that put the specialized knowledge into practice for the problems that appear in these cases.

For the purpose of meeting the Insurer and Reinsurer market’s needs, R&G Espinosa created the Energy and Government Accounts Division. It seeks to provide clients the specialized technical support in loss adjustment based on our Adjusters’ experience and impartiality. They have more than 20 years of service in the management and handling of Energy Sector claims in Latin America.

To maintain top-level quality in its services, R&G Espinosa combines its experts’ knowledge with the impulse of its young professionals that comprise the new generation of adjusters. Constant training programs, both technical and human, complemented with field work, shape them. This achieves a solid team that guarantees the firms’ clients tranquility with the results achieved in each assigned case.

Client satisfaction obliges R&G Espinosa to assume the commitment of combining its disciplinary knowledge linked to the claims as well as laws, the insurance contracts and the local market behavior. For this purpose, the firm selects its adjuster’s profiles according to their professional specialization. This avoids improvisation in the delivery of our services.

Our Adjusters’ management of important, complex and specialized losses in the oil industry, large risks and government accounts during more than 20 years has placed R&G Espinosa on a highly competitive international field. This serves to motivate our young adjusters to maintain the firm’s prestige.

Among the most important cases R&G Espinosa’s experts have handled in this division are:

  • Flooding of the PEMEX industrial complex in Agua Dulce, Veracruz.
  • Crude oil spill in Las Choapas, Veracruz.
  • Chiapas-Giraldas battery explosion belonging to PEMEX in Reforma, Chiapas.
  • Explosion and Fire in High-Density Polyethylene Plant belonging to PEMEX, Escolín, Veracruz.
  • Fire with Business Interruption in the Spanish-owned electrical energy generating plant, Altamira, Tamaulipas.
  • Supervision of the claims affecting the CFE policies’ aggregates since 2010.
  • Federal Government Natural Disaster Fund Insurance Program.
  • Blockage of the Rio Grijalva from landslide in the town of San Juan Grijalva, Chiapas, CFE
  • Fire in PEMEX TV 7 vertical tank, Minatitlán, Veracruz.