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Beginners Guide to Minimizing Hydrocarbon Losses caused by Measurement Inaccuracies in Refineries and Chemical Plants

February 2, 2018

By Abhilash Tyagi   The purpose of this blog is to outline key steps required to minimize hydrocarbon losses that occur in refineries and chemical plants due to measurement inaccuracies. Why is measurement accuracy important? Measuring quantity is a key component of every transaction, and any inaccuracy in determining the quantity can lead to losses…. read more →




A simple solution for news on the go

January 19, 2018

By Katie Orlando As a consultant, being on-the-go, and reading screens all day for work can mean I need a break from looking at things while travelling, commuting to a client site, or winding down after a long day. When I first started at Trindent, this problem could’ve meant that I started getting behind on… read more →




Top Reads to Break into Consulting and Succeed

January 12, 2018

By Daniel Nguyen   Unlike careers in medicine, law or priesthood, one doesn’t require seven, eight or ten years of education to break into consulting. However, it might often seem that way. Statistically, more and more top business school grads are gravitating towards a career in Management Consulting, so competition has never been tougher. Here… read more →




When to Start a Consulting Project

January 5, 2018

By Adrian Travis, President   When I meet with executives, the notion of ‘the right timing’ frequently comes up as a question as part of the scoping and structuring process.  While there’s never a convenient time to undergo an intensive consulting project that is going to challenge staff and drive business results, there are some… read more →




Establishing Credibility When Client Tenure is Greater than your Age

December 22, 2017

By Brant Morwald As someone who transitioned into Management Consulting following my undergraduate degree, it is not uncommon for me to find myself in a meeting full of executives who have sat in that same board room since before I was born. In this situation, it becomes a challenge to establish the credibility necessary to… read more →




Local problems, global perspective

December 15, 2017

By Scott Loveland With the holiday season around the corner, I’ve begun preparing for my annual tradition of sending out Festivus cards to update my loved ones on my year to date. While this task is often considered a wonderful time, certain aspects can become incredibly time consuming. As a consultant, free time is cherished,… read more →




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