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Logistics showcase: Oil and gas Pipeline Scheduling

When
September 26, 2017
2:00PM - 3:00PM EDT
Where
Online

Midstream pipeline companies have to up their planning game. In addition to satisfying customer demand and keeping the balance of product in the network, companies are also expected to keep operational risks related to inventory limitations or network shutdowns as low as possible.

Midstream pipeline companies are also focused on minimizing pipeline operational costs. Due to the resources required to manage, store and transport refined products, as well as its expensive nature, even small planning improvements can yield considerable savings.

Join Quintiq's Marcus Anderson and Peter Shin as they showcase the role of cutting-edge technology in helping midstream pipeline companies achieve their planning goals.

Register for our webinar and discover:

  • How to avoid operational risks associated with pipeline shutdowns
  • How schedulers can use a real-time KPI dashboard to achieve all their planning goals with a single platform
  • How you can leverage world-class optimization technology to help reduce costs associated with batch transmixing

Plus, get an in-depth look at how Quintiq can help satisfy demand by balancing product inventories in the network, as well as deal with pipeline complexities such as splits, junctions, flow rates and batch sequencing.

Click the button on the right to secure your spot for the webinar.
About the presenters
Marcus Anderson, Solution Architect

Marcus Anderson is an IT professional with over 15 years of technical consulting experience spanning many industry verticals including hi-tech, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, aerospace and defense, consumer retail, and telecommunications.

Peter Shin, Business Unit Director, Quintiq North America

Peter Shin has over 10 years of experience in operations research, with a focus on delivering value through technology, business processes, and change management. Peter holds a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University.