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Risk Panel Limited is a limited liability company registered in England and Wales under number 6957230                                                                                                                           Contact us

 

 

Risk Panel

Risk - Identification, Reduction, Management and Mitigation

 

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Welcome to the Risk Panel.  

 

Understanding the RISKS for all parties in offshore construction and development projects is vital to their success. The Risk Panel bring a deep understanding of the associated risks for all parties involved in  complex and often ground breaking projects.

 

Incorporated in 2009 following a number of high profile losses in the subsea cable industry The Risk Panel saw the opportunity to provide to this developing industry sector its skill sets gained  from many years service to the subsea market, a product which is unique in its simplicity and  focus.  

 

Through our expert analysis, the introduction of tested project management skills and the use of financial tools, we seek to advise our clients to mitigate the risk, and provide balance sheet protection to the investors, developers and associated parties involved on a cost effective basis

 

Our services are geared to providing transferable solutions of the unexpected risks associated with all subsea engineering.

 

Our products serve Offshore Grids, Offshore renewables, Hydrocarbon Developers, Equity providers and the Insurance markets.

 

Interconnector 'out of action for weeks'

Cable will be unavailable for several weeks following a power failure ...Read more

 

Undersea Cable Failure demonstrates Internet’s vulnerability

Breakdown of the global undersea fibre-optic cable network at  key chokepoint...Read more

 

Six cables damaged on the last day of 2006

31 December 2006 extremely bad weather with wind speeds up to 38 m/s caused a 38,237 tonnes cargo ship to break loose and drift across the cable area in the Baltic ...Read more

 

Cable failure

A cable that brings power ashore from an offshore windfarm has failed ...Read more

 

Offshore wind farm hasn’t worked for around 9 months

Movement of the cable has resulted in its failure...Read more

 

Old Charts cause incident

Bridge team had been completely unaware of the hazard beneath them...Read more

 

Snagged 132,000 volt power cable

Starboard anchor of the container feeder vessel  snagged a submarine power cable ....Read More