The Power and Infrastructure sector is one of the most dynamic industries of the 21st century and very few industries are experiencing a transformation or transition like what is occurring in Australia.

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The Power and Infrastructure sector is one of the most dynamic industries of the 21st century and very few industries are experiencing a transformation or transition quite like it.

Climate change, system security, reliability, storage, evolving electricity market demand, technologies, unprecedented investment, government policy and regulations and erosion of traditional base load markets all present a complex set of risks to all market participants. 

Whether that be power generation, transmission and distribution network owners, developers, retailers or infrastructure service providers, we help businesses manage their risk finance strategy and deliver innovative solutions that support your aspirations.

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From upstream to downstream, participants in this heavily regulated market are operating in a uniquely challenging environment. 

Global pandemics, volatile commodity and financial markets, supply chain challenges, decreased oil consumption etc have placed greater uncertainty on our industry and the risks that need to be considered are unique. Operators, contractors and service companies alike need innovative, cost effective methods of managing their risks.

New problems require new solutions and Lockton is here to help the energy sector companies optimise risk financing and to deliver innovative solutions to support your aspirations.

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Chief Executive Officer, Lockton New Zealand
craig.buckle@lockton.com
+64 21 909 147

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