Discover how energy leaders ensure safety and compliance, maintain asset reliability, and outperform their peers by controlling risk holistically.


While managers in all industries are grappling with visibility into, and control over, a multitude of internal and external risks, those in the energy industry have additional intricacies to combat due to the environment they operate in. These organizations must be flexible, well organized, and agile enough to quickly react to adverse events, as well as shifts in the market. In addition, stringent compliance and regulatory requirements (SOX, OSHA, FERC, NERC, etc.) add in concerns around safety, asset reliability, and auditing / reporting. All levels in a company are impacted operationally as well as strategically. As a result, companies in this sector are looking to implement an integrated and flexible risk management framework across the business.

Based on the experiences of over 175 respondents, this report will explore how the energy sector approaches risk management. Specifically, it will look at how leaders in the industry ensure safety and compliance, maintain asset reliability, and outperform their peers in an increasingly complex environment by controlling risk holistically, across the enterprise.

For the purposes of this report, the “energy sector” refers to respondents who indicated that they operated within the energy sector – including fuel extraction, manufacturing, refining, independent producers (solar, wind, fuel cells, nuclear, etc.).

What you will learn from this report:

  • The drivers behind why energy leaders are embracing risk management
  • A breakdown of the top risks with the biggest impact on energy operations
  • The tactics that energy leaders employ to manage risk across the enterprise
  • Key takeaways to help your organization embrace these concepts