April 2015, Vol. 242, No. 4

Features

Business End of Pipeline Scheduling

Energy consumption costs are on the rise. Similarly, pipeline schedulers and managers’ energy are increasingly consumed by challenges to keep pipeline operations running in a smooth and cost-effective manner. The time and extensive management commitment required to reduce energy consumption and increase productivity can actually be a net cost to operators and their businesses. To avoid this, the addition of an automated and fully integrated pipeline scheduling system can add tremendous value and cost savings to a company. In many cases, pipeline schedulers and managers use manual or limited automatic systems, like spreadsheets, that do not provide for an accurate schedule. If a compa

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