R Winkler & Co. LLC is a firm of loss adjusters, based in Houston, Texas, that provides energy loss adjusting and consulting services to oil and gas / energy insurance markets and professionals worldwide. Our team consists of licensed loss adjusters with extensive complex claims experience in the upstream, midstream, downstream and multifaceted energy industry. We are able to service claims including, but not limited to, operator's extra expense, control of well, physical damage, downhole tools, pollution, business interruption and general liability losses located in North America and worldwide. Our core philosophy is to provide clients with unmatched technical support and custom-tailored work products that simplify and expedite resolution of complicated loss scenarios.
Rodney Winkler: +1 (832)-261-7181
Robby Nixon: +1 (832)-261-7182
Ashley Alberts: +1 (832)-261-7183
Darrell Smith +1 (832)-261-7184
Main: + 1 (832)-261-7180
2245 Texas Dr., Suite 300
Sugar Land, Texas 77479
Rodney acquired a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University in 1997. He spent the next several years with an international oilfield service provider working as a Trainee Engineer and Field Representative in drilling and production operations in Dubai and Venezuela. Thereafter, Rodney started his career as a licensed insurance loss adjuster specializing in claims unique to the oil and gas industry and has worked for various energy loss adjusting firms throughout the years primarily in Houston, Texas, with one posting in London, England. His claims experience includes control of well, rig physical damage, downhole tools, pollution remediation, processing plants and refineries, general liability, pipelines, and business interruption/loss of production income. The claims Rodney has been involved with span the globe and range in quantum from hundreds of thousands to hundreds of millions of dollars. Rodney has also spoken at various seminars and training courses and routinely given presentations about industry trends.
After obtaining a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from Texas Tech University in 2009, Robby worked with an international oilfield service provider as a Field Engineer specializing in a diverse scope of drilling, completion and production oilfield projects throughout the United States. In 2012, Robby began his career as a licensed energy insurance loss adjuster with a specialization in claims unique to the oil and gas industry including, but not limited to, control of well, physical damage, pollution remediation, processing plants and refineries, general liability, and business interruption/loss of production income claims. His claims experience ranges from domestic to international with claims in the capacity of hundreds of thousands to hundreds of millions of dollars.
Ashley completed her B.S. in Business Administration from Sam Houston State University in 2008. In March 2009, she commenced her career as an energy insurance loss adjuster assisting on Hurricane Gustav and Ike claims and has since managed and assisted on a variety of oil and gas insurance claims including, physical damage, downhole tools, control of well, pollution remediation, and general liability. Her claims experience ranges from domestic to international with claims in the capacity of hundreds of thousands to tens of millions of dollars. Ashley also has earned her Associate in Claims (AIC) certification.
With an extensive oilfield and adjusting career spanning over 40 years, Darrell started in the oil and gas industry as a drilling fluids engineer where he assisted in drilling wells at onshore, offshore and international locations. Darrell also worked at an independent oilfield service company specializing in the distribution of oilfield tubular equipment, during which he managed sales offices in Texas and California. Darrell has worked for 17 years as an energy insurance loss adjuster in Houston. He has handled a wide range of domestic and international claims specializing in control of well, onshore/offshore construction, physical damage (including rigs, compressors, tank batteries, offshore fixed and deep water floating platforms, subsea installations, and pipelines), business interruption/loss of production income, and pollution. Major loss assignments include various deep water claims for pipeline collapse during installation and floating platform riser failures (Gulf of Mexico); deep water marine riser failure (Brazil); various massive surface blowouts resulting in pollution and third-party claims (GOM, Louisiana, Venezuela, Mexico & Bolivia); pipeline construction claims and numerous onshore and offshore physical damage claims caused by named storms/hurricanes.