As a Committee we investigated and priced a number of possible locations including various Conference venues in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Phillipines and Singapore, all being geographically central to Asia. After careful consideration it was clear that Indonesia was by far the most cost effective location. The Organising Committee wanted a residential Conference at a hotel that could specifically cater for our needs and where all delegates could maximise their time to network.
The Conference is organised by an Organising Committee made up of market participants who give of their own time to make the conference happen (for more information please see the Committee page).

Since its inception in 2010, the Organising Committee has held the view that its members must come from a broad spread of disciplines including underwriting, adjusting and various specialist service providers.

It is a Conference that is organised by insurance practitioners on a not-for-profit basis, non-commercial and without sponsorship such that it remains a neutral platform.

The Asian offshore energy insurance and reinsurance market has grown considerably in the past decade. It now offers sufficient capacity such that entire risks are being produced, broked, underwritten and claim adjusted within Asia Pacific. We now have a stand alone ‘energy’ market and there needs to be a forum where all parties can come together to network, build new relationships and better understand how the global market is evolving. There is no better venue to discuss how best to meet the expanding needs of both the highly dynamic insurance and energy industries.
Representatives of any Company that has an interest in the Asian energy sector and specifically including buyers of offshore/upstream energy insurance for risks in Asia.
Now in our 9th year, the Conference provides a neutral, and informal venue to encourage the exchange of ideas and information between offshore energy market specialists and participants. With over 1,000 delegates in the last seven years, the Conference also provides an environment to build and foster relationships. We encourage and facilitate a lively debate of current market conditions and drivers as well as insight from experts on the various topics on the agenda and more.

Name cards for all attendees shall be provided at registration and the Organising Committee would appreciate all delegates wearing these throughout the Conference.

The temperature in Bali ranges between 23°C and 33°C, with the dry season between April to October, and the wet season November to March

GMT +8: Central Indonesian Time (WITA, Waktu Indonesia Tengah)

Indonesian Rupiah (Rp) – please check the exchange rate at time of purchase

All delegates are responsible for arranging their own visas

The position on Indonesian tourist/short term entry visas and Visa On Arrival for Bali is constantly changing. As a guideline please refer to the current details published by the Bali Tourism Board at

Please consult your nearest Indonesian Embassy or Indonesian Consulate to confirm requirements and arrange visas prior to travel (if required).

Please make sure that your passport has the appropriate validity from the day of travel and that you have a full page free in your passport so that there is space for the visa sticker and stamp (if required).

As soon as possible. September/October is peak season and flights are often fully booked.
Check in time for the hotel is 2pm. The hotel will endeavor to ensure early check in for delegates who arrive earlier. In the event this is not possible delegates will be able to leave their luggage with the hotel concierge and explore the hotel grounds, restaurants and facilities.
Check out will be midday on 28th September 2018 unless otherwise arranged with the Hotel at the delegates own convenience and cost.
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