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Oil and Gas

3 Ways to Identify Cost Savings in Your Oil & Gas Supply Chain

Identify Cost Savings in Your Oil & Gas Supply Chain

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No doubt, oil and gas supply chains are changing. Concerns about sustainability have driven developments in innovations like electric cars, beginning to reduce the demand for oil and gas worldwide. This, in addition to other ever-shifting global market and government factors, has caused oil and gas prices to go down in recent years. » Read More

3 Strategies for an Optimized Oil & Gas Supply Chain

6 Steps to an Optimized Oil and Gas Supply Chain

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The oil and gas industry is vitally important; it keeps our lights on, gets our cars moving, and supports technological innovation. Because oil and gas supply chain effects are so widespread, business operations absolutely cannot suffer delays or disruptions.

Thus, optimizing your oil and gas processes is incredibly important, not just to your business success but to global functioning.

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Will Jet Fuel Surcharges be a Thing of the Past?

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For some time, airlines have been using a pricing structure that included various surcharges. Fuel, security, and other surcharges served to help air carriers recover fluctuating external costs, like skyrocketing fuel prices or the added expenses tied to changing security measures. Miscellaneous fees have become familiar costs, but we’re on the cusp of a pricing structure shift.
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7 Questions: How Oil and Gas Companies Can Save on Transportation

Oil and Gas Supply ChainIf you can answer “no” to these questions, you can skip this blog post. Your supply chain is already a smooth-running machine. But if you answer “yes” to any of them, you may be making common supply chain errors that can dramatically increase transportation spending. Whether you are in exploration and production, transfer and storage, or refining, purifying, and marketing crude oil and natural gas products, here are some of the best places to look for your savings.

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How the Bakken Oil Boom Impacts U.S. Supply Chains

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For those of you on the coasts (all three of them—East, West, and Gulf) you may be vaguely aware of the Bakken oil boom in North Dakota. For those of us in neighboring states, North Dakota is the source of a clichéd “giant sucking sound,” the likes of which this generation has never experienced. And it has all happened incredibly quickly. The Ninth District Federal Reserve Bank (FRB) has been diligently monitoring and quantifying this boom. They recently calculated that North Dakota just topped an average output of 1 million barrels of oil per day. Typically, you can get 19 gallons of gasoline out of a barrel of oil. Therefore if that oil was turned into gas, North Dakota alone would produce 19 million gallons of gas per day! » Read More